DJMonarch (9179) - Northwich, Cheshire, ENGLAND - JAN 30, 2006
Cask Stillage at the Memorial Hall, Northwich 21/09/2002
Clear golden colour and slightly sweet. Some bitterness in a hop finish. Ungstrup (37601) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - APR 7, 2005
[Cask at the Volunteers Arms, GBBF, 2004] A yellow beer with a small off-white head. The aroma is sweet with notes of alcohol, yeast, and fruit. The flavor is sweet malty, rather hoppy, but also with notes of yeast and fruit. To me this is quite Belgian - even though it is based on a Continental Lager brewed with English yeast. gjkulverston (10) - kirkby stephen cumbria, ENGLAND - MAY 17, 2004
light golden colour conditioned well crisp and clear not one of dents best Spiesy (2338) - Sydney, Greater London, AUSTRALIA - FEB 15, 2004
Cask Conditioned, at the Battersea Festival, London. SilkTork (5738) - Southampton, United Kingdom, Hampshire, ENGLAND - FEB 15, 2004
Golden as it comes. Nicely conditioned (clear) with a fine frothy head. White head. Sulphorous nose with a hoppy bitter finish.
Gravity @ the %£*$X@$ Festival Malty and apple inspired (or just green!). Light bodied. Bubbly head. Sulphur nose. Slightly sharp & slight steel tongue flavour. Hops fade. Dry metallic finish.
chriso (7533) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 13, 2004
Although this is billed as a "lager", I rather doubt that there has been any extended low temperature storage going on here. Whilst I can applaud breweries' attempts to seduce mega-swill drinkers into trying a cask ale by putting lager on the pump clip, like Lea Parsons, I have struggled to find any entirely successful renditions. Nothing wrong with this in a soft, pale, malty sort of way, but nothing to really excite either and certainly not very authentic. Cask, Battersea Beer Festival.
leaparsons (10546) - Wigston, Leicestershire, ENGLAND - JAN 14, 2004
Burton 24th Fest. Gold and bubbly for a cask lager. Aroma is that of a malty lager. Somehow this manages to cling to the roof of the mouth and is strangely powdery. No dryness or bitterness, either. Not a great lager - not many English cask lagers are.