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Brewed by Badger (Hall & Woodhouse)
Style: Bitter
Blandford Forum, England
Serve in English pint

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RATINGS: 72   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.02/5   EST. CALORIES: 138   ABV: 4.6%
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Inspired by the cunning countryside fox, this moreish auburn ale combines the biscuity and aromatic qualities of our speciality malts with the citrus hop charge of Celeia and Cascade hops. A refreshing beer ideal with spicy Mexican dishes. We’ve been brewing in the heart of Dorset since 1777.

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john44 (3510) - SW London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JAN 28, 2018
Bottle. BBE Nov 2018; Drank Jan 2018 - Clear orange gold in colour. Medium foamy white head. Fruity; lemon and orange citrus. Malty; biscuity malts, caramel. Hoppy; light hops. Bittersweet citrus fruity caramel malty throughout. Dry more bitter finish. (2018-01)

3.3
spiffero (49) - Camelford, Cornwall, ENGLAND - JAN 19, 2018
UPDATED: JAN 20, 2018 Nice beer. Tastes like a classic British beer trying to update itself with the citrus hops, and ending up being a normal British beer with just a bit of added hops bitterness in the flavour. Which is all right by me because I am challenged by hop-forward American beers. The hoppiness comes in at the beginning, with a touch of yeasty flavour in the mix as well. Then you get a full-bodied mouthfeel and almost a syrupy, honeyish element, which balances the bittterness perfectly Then the taste ends with a welcome bready undertone. So I enjoyed this one, without a doubt.

3.7
NotABeerFan (46) - GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - OCT 27, 2017
Nice citrus hopped beer, a little paler than I expected, nice aroma and bitter citrus taste.

3.1
adamnase (1038) - Kronoby, FINLAND - JUL 20, 2017
50cl bottle @home. Pours copper-coloured with a mediumsized white head, lacing. Classic bitter , biscuity, caramel, English hops. Woody, biscuity flavor, some toffee. Dry finish. Refreshing and smooth!

1.2
hutsi123 (14) - Oulu, FINLAND - JUN 26, 2017
bottle says tastes like citrus but it really dosen’t taste anything like citrus. tastes very bitter. leaves bitter taste to mouth. Not my cup of tea.

3.9
NallePalle (733) - Uppsala, SWEDEN - MAY 7, 2017
Bottle, 50 cl. Pleasant bitter, not too hoppy in spite of the print of the label; actually refreshing and well balanced.

3.1
Davros IX (601) - Hertford, Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - MAY 4, 2017
2016 catch up - Bottle at home from Tesco - A good bitter. Well made, with some extra dimensions of malt and hops. It was a very pleasant drink with a nice biscuit flavour.

3.4
Leighton (23090) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 25, 2017
Bottle in W2 - sourced from Ocado. Pours totally clear gold, lightly effervescent, with a frothy, white head. A little English yeast in the nose, light doughy bread, hints of caramel. Light sweet flavour with rounded bready malt character, more dough, hints of citrus and meringue. Light bodied with average carbonation. Alright balance on the finish, further pale and light doughy bread, white sugar, English yeast, mild bitter hay. Simple but very enjoyable.

3.2
undercurrent25 (2282) - Barnton, Cheshire, ENGLAND - DEC 15, 2016
Pours an amber colour. Taste is quite malty with some red fruit and woodiness. Quite an easy drinking ale

3.4
FCox143 (109) - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, ENGLAND - OCT 7, 2016
Aroma: mild malt smell with citrus hop notes. Appearance: deep gold/amber colour with thin head. Taste: citrus and pine from the hops over a mild malt flavour.


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