fonefan (51064) - VestJylland, DENMARK - MAY 14, 2014 maeib (8749) - Wootton, Northampton, Northamptonshire, - MAY 16, 2013
3.3 AROMA 7/10 APPEARANCE 2/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 3/5 OVERALL 14/20
Keg Old Coffee House London 13/05/13. A hazy greeny gold coloured beer with no head. Sour and full of sharp citrussy limes. A little bit of mint in the mouth too but this is all about the lime. In some ways this is alike a sour Mexican lager. Tingles the lips. Intriguingly different and tasty.
Theydon_Bois (20600) - Hazlemere, the lower Xhitlerns, Buckinghamshire, ENGLAND - APR 1, 2013
Draught @ King William IV, [ Brodies Bunny Basher 2013 ]. 816 High Road, Leyton, London, England E10 6AE.
Clear medium orange yellow color with a small to average, fizzy, fair lacing, mostly diminishing, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, toasted - caramel, pale malt, moderate to heavy hoppy, citrus, fruity, mint, minerals, mojito. Flavor is moderate to heavy sweet and bitter with a average to long duration, mint, fruity, mojito. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft. 
Tap at the King William IV Bunny Basher - 30/03/13.
Lightly hazed pale golden with no head.
Nose is citrus, orange, spice, light mint.
Taste comprises citrus, lemon rind, sugars, pale malt, sprig of mint.
Medium bodied with light spritzy carbonation which worked well for this beer, light sugars in the finish.
Ok stuff, another experimental beer that is more than drinkable! RichTheVillan (8213) - Birmingham, West Midlands, ENGLAND - MAR 30, 2013
Keg at William IV Bunny Basher; golden amber pour with a thin white head, mint a bit soapy, sweet this isn’t for me. cgarvieuk (25983) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - MAR 29, 2013
cask at brodies... golden amber ... thin white head ... odd soft herbal nose ... sharp fruits ... loads of lime ... zezty ... soft fruits ... fruit gum limes ... sharp sherbert ... wird and zezty but i quite like it
Scopey (15649) - Croydon, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAR 17, 2013
Keg at The Old Coffee House, London. It pours hazy light gold with a tiny white head. The nose is tangy lime, white sugar, mineral aspect...very mojito-esque! The taste is lemon, tangy lime, grapefruit, sour white grape, tinned fruit, light lactic notes and faint herbal (mint even) with a dry, tart finish. Medium body and fine, prickly carbonation. I like the tartness. A fun, refreshing beverage. Leighton (22284) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAR 15, 2013
Keg at The Old Coffee House, London. Pours mostly clear gold with a slight, creamy white head. Aroma has some lime and ginger. Light to medium sweet flavor with tangy citrus, salt, bittle lemon peel, fine pale malts. Light bodied with fine to average carbonation. Further lemon and lime in the finish, mellow bitterness, mellow lactic tang, some tangerine, faint dough. Very nice. Quite creative. a_cross (639) - Poole, Dorset, ENGLAND - MAR 10, 2013
Golden, clear, no head to speak of; minty aroma, like a box of after eight mints; tasted of liquidised refreshers with added mint; interesting, but I wouldn’t go back to it. madmitch76 (25519) - , Essex, ENGLAND - MAR 10, 2013
1st March 2013jackl (8417) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - FEB 28, 2013
Old Coffee House. Keg. Hazy yellow gold beer, little white head. Light crisp palate. Minerals. Sharpish lemon - lime citrus. A little lime pith in the dry crisp finish. Simple but refreshing. A pleasant little beer in the hideously over crowded Old Coffee House.
Keg @ The Old Coffee House. Without a hint of mischief, the elderly barman asked if he should mix this and the half of mild I ordered into the same pint glass for easier consumption. Man, the Old Coffee House is strange! OK, the pour’s a hazy gold color with no head whatsoever. The nose is, well, mojito. Very strong lemon and lime squash. Briny salt, hints of minty herbal sweetness. Definitely a novel aroma. The taste is damn close to a mojito, too. Nice lemon lime citrus. Minty herbal hop finish. Lightly citric acidic kick on the palate. Really light body, soft carbonation. Very drinkable. Overall, pretty cool stuff. A little more carbonation would liven the texture a bit. Apart from that, spot on.