Brewed by Ayr Brewing Company
Style: Bitter
Ayr, Scotland
Serve in English pint


on tap


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RATINGS: 42   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.08/5   EST. CALORIES: 114   ABV: 3.8%
Cask; Regular. Also available bottled.
Leezie Lundie is brewed using celeia styrian golding hops from Slovenia to produce a fruity, pale golden, thirst quenching, session ale.

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daniele (9778) - ITALY - MAY 11, 2017
bottle ambrata leggera schiuma media persistenza discrete note maltata nota citrica buona secchezza amaro medio lieve terroso piacevole beva

TEJA (3293) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - AUG 8, 2016
Bottle shared by Björn, thanks.
Bright white head. Woody hop aroma. Light clowdy solid yellow color. Fruity and malty taste with a small bitterness.

thmsboyd (206) - Ayr, SCOTLAND - FEB 17, 2016
500mL bottle BBE: Dec 2015. Medium chill (approx. 10 degrees). A little gush when opened. Pours a lightly-hazy, copper body with pinkish hue and a medium, loose, patchy off-white head that hangs around. A low-medium intensity nose reveals sweet, malty, vanilla aromas that are nicely matched by grassy hop notes, with some perceptible oniony hop-staling in the background. To taste, a medium vanilla fudge sweetness is prevalent, with only a light bitterness not really able to compete. The fullish body has a chewy texture, whilst carbonation is medium-low and the finish has an almost bourbon-like vanilla sweetness to it. To my taste, the sweet, malty nature of this beer is more akin to a Scottish Ale. Quite pleasant as it is, it may have scored higher had it been classified as such.

BlackHaddock (7746) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - SEP 11, 2015
11th Sep 2015: 500ml bottle poured into an ’Old Speckled Hen’ badged vase shaped pint glass at home in the ’Shires Virtual Bar’ day on the British Forum of RateBeer. Slight haze to the light amber bodied beer, the head soon fell away to a wispy covering from the true head it initially had. The aroma and taste were lending towards the malts more so than the mildly bittering hop content. Toasted semi-sweet maltiness is tempered nicely by the piny hops and the combination sits nicely. A decent thirst quenching blend that filled the lunchtime pint slot very well.

Mr_Pink_152 (5637) - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, ENGLAND - JUL 26, 2015
Tried at the Deepings Beer Festival. Dull bitter. Amber colour. Malty caramel aroma and taste.

MrJamesMcEwan (252) - SCOTLAND - MAR 6, 2015
* Bottle. Pours slightly hazy, amber, with a white head. * Aroma is sweet, rhubarb, grapefruit & pine. * Palate is full & creamy, high carbonation, fine bubbles. * Taste is dried fruits, sherry, thirst quenching. * Finish is long & refreshing. * Pale ale, full bodied, dried fruits.

Tonyrony (1) - SCOTLAND - FEB 15, 2015 does not count
A very refreshing pale ale. The nose is toasty, toffee and cracker. The taste is bitter-sweet, biscuit, toasty grain, earth and cracker with a dry finish. Light-medium body and soft carbonation.

allmyvinyl (11073) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JAN 26, 2015
Cask at cloisters. Pours clear honey gold, thin white head. Malt and honey aromas. Taste is honey, cornflakes. Light body, sweet finish.

Stuu666 (15056) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JAN 26, 2015
Cask at cloisters. Pours clear amber, nose is light honey, citrus, taste is sweet honey, light toffee.

ianwelby (1531) - SCOTLAND - OCT 28, 2014
Light golden beer with a thin head and a light citrus aroma. Flavour is grassy citrus with a touch of hop and an almost creamy quality to it. Not special but not bad.

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