fonefan (50696) - VestJylland, DENMARK - MAR 25, 2014
cgarvieuk (25728) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - MAR 27, 2013
Cask (handpump) @ Earl of Essex, 25 Danbury Street, Islington, Greater London, England N1 8LE.
Clear medium yellow orange color with a small, fizzy, fair lacing, mostly diminishing, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, toasted - caramel, earthy malt, light to moderate hoppy. Flavor is moderate sweet and bitter with a long duration, soapy, marzipan malt, fruity. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft to flat. 
cask at the earl of essex ... golden amber ... soft floral zezt ... soft orange nose... flowery floral fruits ... bitter herbal front ... soft fruits ... got to check this is in right place Leighton (22051) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JAN 25, 2013
Bottle at home in London. Pours clear gold with a tight, off-white cream head. Well now, from the nose I’m not very excited about this one. It’s all tangy berries and a bit of funk, which to me smacks of an infection. Huh, you know what? The beer actually tastes pretty good. It’s like a brett-laced IPA - seriously. The tangy edge is nowhere near lip-puckeringly strong, and really just adds some extra nuance to the beer. Otherwise, it’s light to medium sweet with some bitter citrus, grapefruit, hints of pine, berries. Medium bodied with average, creamy carbonation. Lightly warming on the finish with mild resinous stickiness, more brett funk, pine needles that have been aging on a basement floor, lightly toasted bread, some further grapefruit, a bit of tangerine. In the end this was a pretty dynamic beer, although I have to doubt the funkiness was unintentional. Having tasted - and enjoyed - the beer overall, I’ll bump the aroma score up a bit as that’s just one piece of this package. Good one.