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Brewed by Brakspear (Marston's)
Style: Bitter
Witney, England
Serve in English pint

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RATINGS: 464   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.06/5   EST. CALORIES: 138   ABV: 4.6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Bottle: Filtered
"The Oxfordshire Beer"
Previously sub-titled "Organic Beer"
Ingredients: Pale & Crystal malts; Styrian Golding, Golding, Fuggle and Admiral hops
Brakspear Oxford Gold is a remarkably zesty brew, with fresh, citrussy aromas and a firm, fruity flavour. Pale ale malts provide the beer with its gold-gilt shimmer, spruced by a hatful of crystal malts to give body, texture and a delicate honey’d wrap.

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3.7
artyom (1229) - Osijek, CROATIA - JAN 7, 2018
0.5l bottle. Golden color with white head. Aroma is malty, earthy, light caramel and floral. Taste is malty with medium bitterness. Thin to medium body. Overall it's good beer.

3.5
Kita (2302) - Koper, SLOVENIA - DEC 12, 2017
Bottle, 0.50l. Aroma is grassy, herbal and citrussy. Clear amber color with thin creamy off-white head, fair lacing and average sparkling appearance. Taste starts with medium sweet toasted malt and fruitiness, following is grassy, mouthfeel is smooth, while finish is moderate bitter. Medium body, creamy texture and average carbonation in palate. A blonde that I certainly like :)

3.3
BeerViking (5132) - Brentford, Greater London, ENGLAND - DEC 10, 2017
UPDATED: DEC 10, 2017 Golden-brown, lemony hoppy nose over lightly toasty malt, peppery bitterness with dry malt and light marmalade notes.

3.2
klukas (372) - Rijeka, CROATIA - DEC 3, 2017
Enjoyed: Poured from a bottle into English pint glass. Appearance: Amber/copper colour, with medium head. Aroma: Malt, caramel, herbal, hint of citrus and hops. Palate: Medium body; medium carbonation. Taste: Hint of caramel, herbal, bitter, citrus/bitter aftertaste. Overall impression: Easy, drinkable, bitter tasty, interesting.

3.1
CanCrusher (1178) - Ilirska Bistrica, SLOVENIA - NOV 27, 2017
Bottle 0,50L. Hazy, copper color with small, frothy, off-white head. Aroma of biscuits, roasted malts, touch of caramel. Medium bitter taste with notes of burnt sugar and burnt caramel. Medium body, dry texture, lively carbonation. Typical English bitter...

3
deepdrinker (368) - Leeds, ENGLAND - NOV 26, 2017
UPDATED: DEC 4, 2017 Hazy amber in colour with white head . Caramel aroma with a medium body . Tastes of caramel with some citrus

3.7
dimeon (500) - Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA - NOV 18, 2017
A: Slightly hazy gold with a small white head N: Malty with a hint of orange T: Pleasant bitterness. Orange zest galore. P: Medium O: Really well executed and tasty.

5
AtronSeige (1788) - Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA - NOV 16, 2017
Aroma: Medium berries, Medium-light floral. caramel, citrus. Appearance: Clear, copper body. Small, white head, fair retention. Lacing. Flavour: Medium-high bitterness. Medium-high berries, Medium floral, citrus. Medium-light biscuit, Light caramel. Dry finish with lingering bitterness and berries. Mouthfeel: Medium body, Medium-low carbonation. Overall: Good bitterness, good hops and good balance. A good example of style 500 ml bottle, poured. 11B. Best Bitter

2.7
Grumbo (4264) - Ipswich, Suffolk, ENGLAND - OCT 28, 2017
Bottle. Backlog rating from bottle collection and historic scoring. Source not recorded. No tasting notes kept, just rating.

3
alexmate (307) - South Yorkshire, ENGLAND - OCT 5, 2017
Lager colour with virtually no head. Has an intriguing hoppy aroma with some notes similar to a white wine. Taste is of sugar, malt, honey, citrus (mandarin, tropical lime) and straw bitterness. Has a slightly thin palate.


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