puboflyons (3432) - Allenstown, New Hampshire, USA - JUN 29, 2017
From the bottle marked F-18-104. Attractive looking unfiltered amber pour with a modest off-white head that fades. The aroma is traditional but muted British bitter with a caramel malt sweet sensation. The body falls into the light t medium range. The sweetness really exemplifies itself in the flavor I will say. Loads of caramel, perhaps honey (?), and a clean, dry finish. It’s a bitter alright. Jabic (588) - Plainfield, Vermont, USA - JUN 10, 2017
Ar: Bready malt, pineapple, and some slight figs; chalk and mossy hops; a touch of tangy caramel. Ap: Bright and orange; medium-small light tan head with moderate-low retention, leaving a web of suds around the cap. T: Fresh grain and biscuit; steely hop bitterness, with a clean mossy flavor; some medium caramels; very little sweetness; apple and light peach; full toastiness mid-palate; just a touch of butter; chalk and bitterness carry the beer to a finish. P: Medium-light body with medium-high carbonation; finish is dry. O: A pleasure of an English bitterness; fresh, bright, and full of malt flavor; hops are present but supporting; eminently drinkable. nybol (2200) - DENMARK - DEC 24, 2016
Nogle synes den tradionelle britiske bitter/ale er lidt kedelig. Denne her øl hører til katagorien. Om den er kedelig, er en smags sag, men en god sommer øl kambei70 (1070) - - NOV 27, 2016
Aroma is mild caramel malt and english esters. Appearance is light copper and crystal clear. Almost no head. Taste is well balanced between light caramel and a firm bitterness. A bit of floral and tangy hops. Palate is light and crisp.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Grumbo (2946) - Ipswich, Suffolk, ENGLAND - NOV 23, 2016
Rating from bottle collection/historic notes. Bottle, source not noted. Poured a hazy, amber colour with a small white head. Aroma of caramel, fruit and bread. Moderate sweetness, fairly high bitterness. Medium body, light texture. Bitter finish.
AshtonMcCobb (6604) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - NOV 15, 2016
Bottle from Beers of Europe.
Appearance - deep amber with a nice fluffy head.
Nose - lemon zest, biscuits and a slight metallic note.
Taste - more lemon zest. Cola. Metallic again.
Palate - light bodied with a crunchy texture and a long dry minerally finish.
Overall - solid. willisread (3342) - Nashville, Tennessee, USA - NOV 8, 2016
Bottle pour at Shelton Brothers. Clean malt nose with some prune and light grass. A touch of toffee. Well-balanced on the palate with body, but feels light and refreshing. Light bitterness on the finish. Could drink this all day really. ebone1988 (1921) - Dearborn, Michigan, USA - AUG 31, 2016
Aroma is bitter, burnt malt, a pastry sweetness, cookie, light. Appearance is orange amber, white head, mostly clear. Taste is bready, malty, some smoke, nice bitterness at the end. Mouthfeel is light body, light crisp carbonation, bitter bready aftertaste. Overall, not real familiar with the style but it tastes good to me. Mishnok (305) - Tyne & Wear, ENGLAND - AUG 19, 2016
From 500ml bottle. Bronze to copper colour with some creamy white head. Light citrus taste, a bit breads and the bitterness is quite subtle. Medium to light body. Easy drinking.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Cybion (188) - Kent, ENGLAND - AUG 7, 2016
Bottle, 500 ml, from Tesco in Bowness-on-Windermere. Pours clear golden amber with a finger of quite dense white head, a moderate amount of visible carb (small-medium bubbles), and some patchy lacing. Moderately sweet honey and salted caramel malt to begin with on the nose giving way to fruitcake, nuts, almonds, orange rind, light citrus, light spice, and some floral hoppy edges. Really makes me think of Fullers (either ESB or London Pride). Taste is dense wholemeal/"farmhouse" bread and sweet honey followed up by citrus and orange rind, before a mildly bitter, quite spicy hoppy finish of medium length - little bit of pepper. Creamy feel to it overall. Medium body, oily texture, slight carb on the tip of the tongue - super easy drinking. Makes me think of a creamier and less floral London Pride.