RATINGS: 144   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.38/5   EST. CALORIES: 231   ABV: 7.7%
"Pride of Milford" is a very special ale with a tapestry of complex flavors and aromas. It is brewed with five malts and fermented with the Ringwood yeast at a higher temperature which gives this beer a uniqueness all its own. "Pride" has a distinctive reddish copper color. It is strong and rich beer. When "Pride" was first brewed in December 1999, many thought the flavor and aromas of this beer had fruit overtones. No fruit or adjunct flavoring is added to this beer.

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yespr (49162) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - NOV 27, 2008
12 fl oz bottle. Pours hazy orange with a lacing white head. Mild spiced, fruity citrusy and light bitter. Sweet malty and fruity flavoured with a light malt base. Quite fruity finish with a light hoppy note.

Ungstrup (39078) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - DEC 26, 2008
Bottled. A hazy amber beer with an off-white head. The aroma is sweet malty with strong notes of spices as well as hints of acidity. The flavor is sweet malty with nots of spices, bread, and caramel, leading to a dry bready finish. Thanks Papsoe for sharing.

joergen (29789) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - NOV 20, 2008
Bottle. Hazy orange coloured with a huge off white head. Fruity aroma of spices with notes of yeast and dried fruits. Fruity flavour of apricots, dried fruits, spices and yeast with notes of hops and alcohol. Warming alcoholic finish.

Papsoe (25054) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - NOV 18, 2008
(Bottle 35,5 cl) Courtesy of jjpm74. Hazy amber golden with a lively off-white and lacing head. Some fruit in the nose. Medium body with sweetish roasted malt, fruit - also overripe fruit - and a little burned caramel. Lightly bitter finish. 131108

Oakes (19525) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - JAN 10, 2001

bhensonb (16105) - Woodland, California, USA - JUL 6, 2010
Bottle from Half Time.Pours ruddy amber with a foamy beige head. Medium body with mildly frothy carbonation. Aroma is floral/fruity with roast malt. Flavor is pretty much that, though maybe the fruit is a little more forward. Slightly chewy. Pretty well balanced and almost smooth - the malt roast is just a bit harsh. Seems to fit the style.

BeerandBlues2 (14401) - Escondido, California, USA - JAN 17, 2011
Bottle at 13th Richmond Gathering, courtesy of MaltDawg. Pours clear amber with an average, frothy beige head, medium retention with good lacing. Aroma is heavy malt (bread, cookie, caramel, toasted), average hops (earthy, herbal, woody), and average esters (apple/pear) with notes of vegetables. Flavor is heavy malt (bread, cookie, caramel, toasted), average hops (earthy, herbal, spicy, woody), and average esters (apple/pear) with notes of vegetables. Medium body and carbonation, low warmth and creaminess with a dry finish.

Drake (14358) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - JAN 15, 2011
12 ounce bottle courtesy of MaltDawg at the 13th Richmond Gathering. Thanks! Pours a clear amber color with a thin head. Decent head retention and lacing. Aroma of citrus hops, toffee, butterscotch. The taste is toffee, bitter hops, butter, caramel. Medium bodied. Meh.

Lubiere (14326) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - MAR 12, 2005
Dark gold ale with a light white head. Strong diacetyl whiff in aroma. Sweet butterscotch and fruity taste, with sweet apples and pineapple. Overbearing and difficult to drink. Tap. CNY Brewfest Feb. 5 2005.

argo0 (14127) - Washington DC, USA - DEC 25, 2005
(12oz bottle) Crystal clear amber body with large off-white head. Aroma is moderately sweet, floral, caramel, some orange, light bread, tea. Taste is medium sweet, floral/orange, apricot, some caramel, tea. Light alcohol warming. Smooth medium body.

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