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


on tap

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RATINGS: 118   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.93/5   EST. CALORIES: 126   ABV: 4.2%
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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brownyonder (267) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - SEP 25, 2011
Pours a clear gold. Good white head which stay for a while. Yeasty, slightly earthy aroma. Lemon fruit flavours.

tommann (4031) - Dudley, West Midlands, ENGLAND - SEP 19, 2011
500ml bottle. Pours gold with a large head. Aroma is bready malt, some tangy yeast and a touch of boiled sweets. Taste is vanilla fruity malt to start. Strong bitter, bready malt finish.

markas101 (2530) - Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA - AUG 28, 2011
Cask, The Francis Newton. Deep golden, astringent lime aroma. Bitter, citrus and soap. Pine finish.

niquillis (2752) - Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, ENGLAND - JUL 17, 2011
On cask at JDW, Stone. If you like floor cleaner then you’ll enjoy this! A really bitter unusual start, my palate got used to it eventually but I have to say at no stage was it pleasant. Very disappointing.

Bullit (4825) - Buffalo, New York, USA - JUL 9, 2011
Cask @ 3 Judges. Clear golden colour, white head. Aroma is light malted, citrus, a bit dusty. Flavour is light malted, citric, hint of biscuit. Slightly bitter finish. Average.

stravale (3150) - Co. Westmeath, IRELAND - JUL 6, 2011
Cask @ Wetherspoon, Elgin. Appearance - hazy golden with thick white head. Aroma - some citrus hop, bit of grapefruit. Taste - some citrusy hop with biscuity malt. Very slight butterscotch, but only fleeting. Finish - bitter with some citrus, bit dry. Quite a tasty beer - I only noticed the diacetyl slightly and it doesn’t detract from the taste. It’s certainly a lot better than the ratings below - perhaps the bottled version is poor?

fluffy (2461) - St Petersburg, Florida, USA - FEB 22, 2011
i dont know why Cotleigh gets such bad ratings-i find their beers to be quite above average. this a world class bitter, very well done.

BrewDad (5667) - Olympia, Washington, USA - FEB 8, 2011
330ml Bottle – 99 Bottles – Federal Way, WA
Dark amber in color, hazy with a thin copper head. Decent use of bittering hops in the aroma long with the malt. Roasted malt flavors with a light bitter flavor. This was a easy drinking beer the bittering was not in the finish. There is a light struck dactyl flavor to the beer also. This beer just did not make the top list.

otakuden (1783) - Vero Beach, Florida, USA - FEB 4, 2011
Appearance: hazy orange with a generous pithy head which fades clumpy while sticking to sides of glass. Swirls with puff and a bulbous hump in the middle.
Nose: marmalade breads. Sweet rolls with crust and crisp crackers underneath. Bright orange skins mingle with green grass. Faint yeasty doughy quality.
Palate: medium-light weight and mouthfeel, touch on the thin side. Sweet right up front with marmalade, sweet rolls, and orange honey. Dry in the back with grass, straw, and crackers. Overall clean and a touch too quick. Orange and tangerine skins start sweet then grow bitter and dry. Watery lemon ice underneath. Faint marmalade and dough lingers but never for too long.
Final Thoughts: overall okay, though not much of anything to write home about or recall in fond remembrance. Thankfully in a brown bottle.

bhensonb (15976) - Woodland, California, USA - JAN 16, 2011
Bottle from Bottleworks. BBF 01/01/11. Oops? Pours hazy dark gold with a slight white head. Aroma is rather crisp and citrus. Flavor is light malt with some hop, and a flavor that suggested marine air. I’m thinking floral, but it’s far from perfumey. Bitter, but not strongly so. English that. I’m putting this down as a session bitter.

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