Barnsley Beer Company They Think Its Ale Over!

Barnsley Beer Company
Formerly brewed at Wentworth

Style: Bitter
Ardsley, England
Serve in English pint


on tap

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RATINGS: 12   MEAN: 3.02/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.99/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 126   ABV: 4.2%
Our limited edition traditional English Ale, They think its ALE OVER is now available! As drunk by WAGS (Wentworth Ale groupies!), this beer of two halves should be drunk with your best-est footy mates, in front of a great big 66 inch widescreen plasma with surround sound.

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ManVsBeer (11190) - Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - SEP 9, 2017
Bottle from B&M Bargains, Halifax, which has been sat in my cellar for a couple of years, but was still fine when opened. Dark copper-amber with no head. There's a hint of chocolate in its nose, but this gets much more prevalent in its taste, which has a smoothness to it.

zacgillbanks (5661) - Tyne & Wear, ENGLAND - SEP 6, 2014
Bottles from b&m, Team Valley, Gateshead and Rhythm & Booze, Skipton. Mahogany coloured with a slight sour red fruity flavour, burnt toffee and nutty flavours followed by chocolate and wood on the finish.

Mr_Pink_152 (5772) - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, ENGLAND - JUL 19, 2014
500ml bottle from B&M. Colour is deep amber, with no head. Aroma of fruit and spice. Flavour seems to have a lot of sweet caramel.

danlo (3366) - Darlington, Durham, ENGLAND - JUL 13, 2014
500ml bottle from B&M Darlington. Dark brown colour, thin beige head and aroma of roast, malt, caramel, coffee. Taste is roasted malty, dark chocolate, nuttty & roasted bitter. Medium bodied, low carbonation, dry roast bitter finish. OK.

s_hartshorne (2840) - wakefield, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - JUN 29, 2014
Bottle b+m. Red brown no head. Aroma is choc dark fruits. Taste is same good malts slight sweetness decent bitter finish. Medium body. Decent stuff.

gegwilson (3827) - North Yorkshire, ENGLAND - JUN 17, 2014
Bottle from B&M, Stockton. Pours ruby with nothing in the way of a head. This seems a little flat to me. There’s some reasonable flavour going on. A little coffee, fruitiness and a bitter finish. Not too bad.

Philym (1003) - St Neots, Cambridgeshire, ENGLAND - JUN 13, 2014
Appearance: Clear dark ruby with finger thick beige head. Aroma: Burnt/roast malt, chocolate note, peppery, bread, metallic, fruity. Taste: Medium bitterness and sourness with low sweetness. Palate: Thick smooth texture, light/medium body, average carbonation, lingering dry burnt malty, bitter, peppery finish. Comments: Tasty and refreshing.

deanso (10282) - Chiang Mai, THAILAND - MAY 5, 2012
50cl bottle shared with my brother, Almost no head. Blond/amber pour. Watery taste. Slightly bitter. Needs some pep.
Earlier Rating: 12/25/2010 Total Score: 2.5
50cl bottle for 99p at Doncaster Rythm & Booze Decent head. Amber beer. A reasonable beer

jamesie1857 (1986) - Sheffield, South Yorkshire, ENGLAND - APR 27, 2012
Deep colour, no head, very little in way of carbonation. Thin body and dull bitter taste. Not a good one.

BlackHaddock (7961) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - APR 12, 2012
Brown 500ml bottle, best before 7th July 2011, drank and reviewed 16th Jan 2011. Poured into an Abbot Ale glass tankard. The beers name is a play on a famous comment made during the 1966 World Cup final. Good clear looking beer, reddy/dark amber body with a tight white cap of bubbles on top. The smell was fruity as well as both hoppy and malty, so a mixed bag of aromas. The flavours in the smell carry on into the taste, this is a well balanced bitter and really tasty. Wentworth brew loads of beers for this company, cheap, tasty and great value, good on um!

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