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Brewed by Cotleigh
Style: Bitter
Taunton, England
Serve in English pint

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RATINGS: 117   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.92/5   EST. CALORIES: 126   ABV: 4.2%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Cask & Bottled; Regular.
Golden Seahawk, formerly known as Golden Eagle, became a regular brew in Summer 2001 and has rapidly become a firm favourite with local drinkers. Seahawk is traditionally brewed with Devon pale and crystal malted barley which gives the beer its characteristic bright golden colour. Complemented by carefully selected Goldings, Challenger and Styrian hops, provide a fragrant aroma with a background of honey flavour offering a fruit filled smooth finish.

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2.9
john44 (3101) - SW London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JAN 26, 2017
Bottle. Golden in colour. Malty; bready malts, hint of honey. Fruity; citrus orange. Hoppy; grassy hops. Predominately malty throughout. (2011-09-19)

2.8
Theydon_Bois (19510) - Hazlemere, the lower Xhitlerns, Buckinghamshire, ENGLAND - JAN 25, 2017
Cask at the Ledger Building, Canary Wharf, 23/01/16. Clear golden blonde with a decent off white head. Nose is straw, bread, toasted grains, light citric infuse. Taste comprises bread dough, grains, biscuit, light fruit esters, straw, airy malts. Medium bodied, soft carbonation, semi drying close. Decent enough condition just lacks any real flavour.

2.5
Don2711 (475) - - JAN 20, 2017
Nice golden appearance but a little washed out. Mild on palate. Over ripe fruit flavours but all very bland.

2.8
Mr_Pink_152 (5007) - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, ENGLAND - JAN 10, 2017
On tap at the Felix Holt JDW, Nuneaton. Golden colour with a thick white head and good lacing. Aroma slight over ripe fruit and damp sawdust. Taste light fruity and slight sweet. Light body.

2.5
The_Osprey (7991) - Richmond, Greater London, ENGLAND - JAN 6, 2017
Cask handpull at The Crosse Keys London as ’Cotleigh Seahawk Gold’ - seems to have changed its name slightly. Dark golden, translucent and still with a diminishing beige head. Aroma is airy and plain, maybe slightly vegetal. Body is fairly light with soft carbonation. Taste is quite watery, more of that vegetal vibe, musty floral notes, some soggy biscuit scooped from the bottom of a cup of tea, papery. This is about as basic as ’hote goldes’ come really. Quite washed out with a vague vegetable note. Maybe celeriac? Or maybe raw parsnip. Can’t quite place it. Overall, this is not a great beer. But still very drinkable.

3.7
I_LUV_BEER (231) - - OCT 12, 2016
Served in a pint glass from a 500ml bottle. Pours clear gold colour with a thick off-white slowly diminishing head. Aroma is a fresh combination of caramel, grass, honey and tangerine. Taste is caramel, grains, grass, fruity, slightly smoky with a slight bitter aftertaste. Medium body with lively carbonation. The slight smoky notes in the taste make this brew interesting and unusual. Nice, very easy to drink, smooth and pleasant.

2.8
Rasmus40 (20649) - Beder, Aarhus, DENMARK - SEP 4, 2016
Bottle from Alesbymail. Hazy golden with a white head. Aroma is sweet, malty, fruity and light hoppy - straw. Flavor is medium sweet and light bitter. Sweet and light bitter finish. 040916

2.5
Gary (1999) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAR 22, 2016
Bottle: the last of the Cotleigh gift pack I got for Christmas. this beer is the epitome of a souless ,shitty ,low boost brown . it’s skunky as hell , relentless sunk nuance . if u put this ale cask conditioned it would at least lose the skunk notes from the clear bottle . notes suggest brown bread , caramel, dusty yeast , peppery citrus hops , light vanilla.... and skunk up the ass. . Cotleigh are very hit and miss as a brewery.

2.6
allmyvinyl (10613) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - FEB 5, 2016
500ml bottle from Tuckers Maltings. Pours clear gold with a thin white head. Aromas of butterscotch, lemon. Taste is light lemon and buttery malt. Astringent finish.

2.8
Towey1989 (2827) - Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire, ENGLAND - NOV 3, 2015
Cask at The Roebuck, Leek (Titanic) A clear golden colour with a medium white head. Aroma of soapy lemon, slight peach, subtle biscuit, a little honey and floral hops. Taste of lemon, peach, sugar, some biscuit, subtle honey and floral hops. Light bodied and soft carbonation. A sugary sweet finish with subtle floral hop bitterness. A sweet beer with sugar, yeast and honey quite dominant over the citrus and floral hop. Not my kind of beer.


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