fonefan (52351) - VestJylland, DENMARK - JAN 7, 2017
Rune (13743) - Tromsø, NORWAY - MAR 1, 2016
Cask (handpump) @ Exeter Arms, 13 Exeter Place, Derby, Derbyshire, England, DE1 2EU.
[ As Dancing Duck Seduction ].
Clear medium to dark amber brown color with a small to average, frothy - fizzy, fair lacing, mostly diminishing, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, caramel, dark malt, sweet malt, toasted. Flavor is moderate sweet and light to moderate bitter with a long duration, caramel, dark malt, brown sugar, toastes. Body is medium, texture is oily to watery, carbonation is soft to flat. 
Cask, half shared with Finn at New Zealand Arms. Opaque dark-ruby body, beige patchy head. Brown malty aroma, hints of dark fruits. Caramel and chocolate flavours. Roasted bitter end with a dark fruity twist. Fine bodied. Pleasing (Derby 16.02.2016). Finn (8305) - Tromsø, NORWAY - MAR 1, 2016
Fra fat på New Zealand i Derby 16 Feb 16. Delt med Rune. Ultramørk rubinrød. Lett farget skum langs glasset. Aroma av plommer. Myk munnfølelse. Smaken karamell. Tørr avslutning. SaintMatty (7608) - Uppsala, SWEDEN - MAR 15, 2014
Cask (Fitzgerald’s, Sunderland) - Copper with a small head. Raisins, marzipan and a hint of orange peel in the aroma. Fruity taste with raisins, caramel and earthy hops. jjsint (3606) - Leicester, Leicestershire, ENGLAND - FEB 22, 2014
Cask @ NWAF ’14, Derby. Copper coloured even though it advertises itself as a ruby ale. Lush smell of sugarcane and forest fruit. Taste is less exciting, but is refreshingly sweet with a bitter finish. Pretty darn good.
RichTheVillan (8446) - Birmingham, West Midlands, ENGLAND - SEP 28, 2013
Cask at The Barton Arms; chestnut brown pour with a beige head, malt forward with dark fruits, biscuity malts some assertive hops, very autumnal and very nice.
Brigadier (3780) - Chagrin Falls, Ohio, USA - JUN 28, 2013
This cask was the better of two Dancing Duck beers available at the pub. It’s a decent enough bitter. However I think among the few that I have tried so far it is the weakest. That said you could do far worse in the Midlands.
Aroma / Appearance - The chestnut body looked like a polished piece of hardwood furniture. Wisps of white head presided over a flat base (not surprising for a cask). The nose was chestnuts and sweet malt balls. Mellow and smooth it was mostly on the mark.
Flavor / Palate - Creamy and full bodied the mouthfeel was a pleasant surprise. Chocolate, almonds, and lightweight malts did begin to feel a bit mundane over time. The hops that hung around in the finish give it a mild bitterness. Ultimately though it was lacking enough complexity to be interesting enough for a second pint.