rRobster (1) - - JUL 25, 2015 does not count
Just what a great beer should be. Delightful. I don’t see not marking high when something deserves it. They’ve done a fine job. hastead (1) - Chichester, Bedfordshire, ENGLAND - JAN 15, 2018 does not count
A surprisingly clean tasting, satisfying, old-fashioned bitter. Light chestnut coloured, nicely balanced hop and malt flavouring and not too strong. Well-kept at the Royal Oak, Hooksway, near Chichester. cgarvieuk (26365) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - FEB 3, 2009
Cask at cloisters ... copper bubbly ligth tan head ... sweet fruity malts nose ... woody fruity malts ligth fruit and toffee . harrisoni (19534) - Ashford, Kent, ENGLAND - JUL 16, 2007
Cask gravity at Bowl Inn, Charing. Copper with thin beige head. Delicate roasted caramel and earthy hop aroma. Very tasty session bitter. Good earthy bitterness on finish, quite citrusy, but good malt balance. Terrific session bitter from one of the better English breweries. omhper (25948) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - APR 28, 2005
Cask at Akkurat, Stockholm. Amber colour. Medium bodied with rounded mouthfeel. Citric and juicy notes of grass and toffee as well as red currant. Dry, with somewhat resiny finish holding medium bitterness. Well balanced.
Benjii (3050) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - SEP 28, 2011
On cask at Cloisters. An amber ale with a lacy beige head. Aroma is a little smoky with caramel, chocolate and Arnott’s milk arrowroot biscuits. Similar flavours with mild carbonation and a fairly dry finish. Long caramel and hay like linger. I quite enjoyed this, especially the milk arrowroot biscuit nose which was a first for me. DanielBrown (4563) - Birmingham (via Leicester), West Midlands, ENGLAND - JUN 10, 2016
Bottle from Aldi. I rather enjoyed this. It is an unashamed traditional Bitter. Nice bright ginger colouring, with brusque salty arome. Taste of bitter, British hops. Some small pith, but mainly crusty seashell sour malt quench. Spot. Hit. Yep. johndoughty (5600) - cheslyn hay, West Midlands, ENGLAND - DEC 12, 2016
Bottle. Bronze with a small head. Slightly malty with a bitter finish. Typical CAMRA bottled beer. Average to say the least. Hildigöltur (5103) - København, DENMARK - JUL 13, 2005
[Cask conditioned at Oliver Twist, Stockholm] Hoppy and fruity aroma and flavour with some toffee notes. Smooth.