Brewed by Bushys (Mount Murray Brewing)
Style: Bitter
Douglas, Isle of Man
Serve in English pint


on tap


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RATINGS: 32   MEAN: 2.9/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.9/5   EST. CALORIES: 114   ABV: 3.8%
Cask; Regular.
By far our most popular ale. An aroma of pale malt and hops introduces you to a beautifully hoppy bitter beer, despite the predominant hop character, malt is also evident, fresh and clean tasting.

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omhper (25093) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - NOV 13, 2012
Cask at Rover’s Return, Douglas. Clear amber, creamy head. Sweaty fruity nose. Sweetish with light body and well rounded mouthfeel, Mid bitter finish. Ordinary.

fonefan (49283) - VestJylland, DENMARK - NOV 29, 2009
Cask @ GBBF 09, Great British Beer Festival, Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London, England.
Clear medium amber orange color with a small to average, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, caramel, fruit - berry, light roasted, light to moderate hoppy, strawberry light notes. Flavor is moderate sweet and bitter with a average duration. Body is medium, texture is watery, carbonation is soft to flat. [20090806]

imdownthepub (14546) - Banbury, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND - NOV 7, 2009
Cask conditioned at The Turf Tavern, Oxford. Amber with white head. Standard session type bitter with a malty type character, fruity, apple with a caramel , sl burnt body. Bitterness in the close, its ok.

cgarvieuk (24448) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - AUG 20, 2009
Cask at Bow bar ... amber ... thin white head ... light musty hop nose .. dry fruity hop ... light toffee ... light dryness... quite easily drinkable... decent sesion.

TBone (17520) - Pori, FINLAND - AUG 16, 2009
[email protected] 2009. Clear amber color, small white head. Hops, which smell like a glue, in the nose. Flavor has toffee, apples and then some fruity hops in the finish. Fruity mess, a bit odd flavor for a bitter.

oh6gdx (26488) - Vasa, FINLAND - AUG 13, 2009
[email protected] Orangeish ambery colour, small white head. Aroma is peach, some earth, quite big on the bready and rather sweetish malts as well. Flavour is very much the same. Grassy dry finish.

DruncanVeasey (8226) - NUNEATON, Warwickshire, ENGLAND - JAN 5, 2009
Gravity, The Crown Xmas Fest, Nuneaton. Dull gold with no head. Butter, corn and sultana notes. Bit sicky and homebrewish at first but grew on me with some nice aged woody tones.

mjs (7259) - Helsinki, FINLAND - JUL 9, 2008
(Draught on 2008-07-03 at IOM ferry) Amber. Hazy. Hardly any head. Very light nose with some hops, Medium and dry palate with some carbonation. Malts, bitterness and hops. Basic bitter. (Cask on 2008-07-04 at The Bridge Inn, Laxey) Amber. Hazy. Medium-sized white head. Light malty nose. Dryish medium palate with little carbonation. Malts, little bit of bread and bitterness in taste.

wheresthepath (2332) - Buckinghamshire, ENGLAND - JUN 2, 2008
[On gravity cask at beer festival at The Retreat, Reading] Mid brown coloured. Deep malty, yeasty, earthy, almost eggy homebrew flavours which somehow made me feel slightly ill and reminded me of Wells Bombadier. Really didn’t enjoy this one, but I can see that some might.

hughie (3996) - Bedford, Bedfordshire, ENGLAND - APR 17, 2008
Cask at Wellington Arms, Bedford. Well, I thought this was excellent - just what you look for in a session bitter: amber colour with a small white head, buttery malt and sweetness in the aroma. Rounded malty taste with a hint of refreshing fruitiness. Just the right amount of bitterness for lunchtime. Top beer; my third from Bushys and I’ve liked them all. I don’t object to the cartoon fox in this case as he’s riding a motorbike and thus is clearly sober.

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