nigos (631) - Ipswich, Suffolk, ENGLAND - JUN 23, 2003
Think this is the same beer. Had in a bottle (Badger, but mentions the Gribble Inn). Clean fresh crisp hop and honey nose. Golden colour with white foamy head. Malty barley taste. Very refreshing but nothing special. davidpl (435) - Santiago, CHILE - MAR 8, 2008
Appearance: copper amber color. Little to medium head with ivory color, some rocky and lasting.
Aroma: mainly malty, with some fruity smells similar to peaches and nuts. Light floral hops aromas.
Flavor: malty and slightly sweet start, both lasting. Fruitiness similar to peaches and nuts. Light citric progress, maybe from hops, with reminiscences of oranges. Little but persistent dryness.
Palate: light body with medium carbonation.
Low character, mediocre beer.
yespr (47037) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - MAY 12, 2008
50 cL clear bottle. Pours clear and golden orange with a lacing white head. Dry hoppy aroma with a mild bitterness. Light roasted and bitterness in the flavour. Mild bitterness into the finish. tarjei (1954) - Bryne, NORWAY - JUL 19, 2008
50 cl bottle, bougth at Tesco, Liverpool. Amber color, moderate white/off-white head. Aroma is malt, some hops and some sweetness. Flavor is very malty with caramel sweetness, also some hops. MBison (548) - Southern Highlands, AUSTRALIA - JUL 20, 2008
Bottle (500ml).Poured amber brown with a small, frothy, off-white head which was mostly lasting. Aroma was sweet with toffee, biscuity malts, strong earthy/oak notes, hazel nuts, cereal and a subtle fruitiness. Flavor was of sweet/dry biscuity malts with strong earthy/wood notes, hazel nuts, chewy caramel, a subtle fruitiness (oranges, blackberries) and light notes of dirt in the finish. Light to medium bodied with medium carbonation a dry/sweet mouthfeel and a good finish.
Borup (15157) - Albertslund, DENMARK - FEB 9, 2009
Bottle. Amber colour with a small white head. Aroma and flavour of hops, citrus and caramel. bluevegie (3073) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - MAR 25, 2004
Typical bitter, easy to drink, not a lot of flavour, some caramel and slight citrus. Thin but drinkable! JonMoore (2067) - Loughborough, Leicestershire, ENGLAND - NOV 19, 2004
Bottle. Copper coloured, mid sized head. Vague hoppy and malty aroma. Taste is light hops and malts, caramel with a bitter/sweet finish. Did not improve on warming (had it cold from the fridge), yeasty and metallic flavours coming into play. JohnBarleycorn (537) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - JUL 30, 2005
Appearance is a mixture of brown and amber. Nice, forward hop/skunk aroma dominates the nose, but unfortunately does not carry through in the flavour. Instead, Fursty Ferret is surprisingly malty with a hint of fruitiness. Not much of a finisher. A regular, everyday, drinkin’ beer. TimE (6067) - Tokyo, JAPAN - SEP 21, 2005
Copper color, malty nose with a faint hint of wood and apples. Malty mouth that is very woody and a malty finish, but really boring. One of the maltist English beers I have ever had.