Edwin Tucker's Devonshire Prize Ale

Brewed by Teignworthy
Style: Bitter
Newton Abbot, England
Serve in English pint


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RATINGS: 13   MEAN: 3.25/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.17/5   EST. CALORIES: 120   ABV: 4%
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Finn (7916) - Tromsø, NORWAY - JUN 1, 2017
Fra cask på TapHouse Newton Abbot 27 Apr 17. Gyldenbrun. Lavt skum med litt farge. Lett fruktaroma. Smaken syrlig frukt. Balansert. Lett tørr etter hvert. Moreish!

Rune (13355) - Tromsø, NORWAY - MAY 7, 2017
Well kept cask ale, half pint at TapHouse - Tuckers Maltings, shared with Finn. Solid lacing from a low, beige head, clear deep amber coloured body. Bread and herbal hops on the nose. Flavoured with bread and leafy hops. Mid dry bittersweet tail. Well made for the low abv (Newton Abbot 27.04.2017).

fonefan (50669) - VestJylland, DENMARK - SEP 1, 2012

Bottle 500ml.

Light unclear medium yellow amber colour with a small to average, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting to diminishing, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, caramel, malty, light hoppy. Flavour is moderate sweet and light moderate bitter with a average to long duration, fruity, chlorine - soapy notes. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft to flat. [20120811]

oh6gdx (26487) - Vasa, FINLAND - AUG 11, 2012
[email protected] Golden colour, small white head. Aroma is fruity, floral, malts and some sweet caramelly notes. Flavour is fruity and floral notes and some slight earthy and mild herne. Standard bitter.

ALLOVATE (3055) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - APR 12, 2012
Cask, handpump @ The Horse & Jockey workers bar, Tucker’s Maltings, Newton Abbot, Devon.
Bright copper with a sloppy white crown that holds and laces well. Rough, raw and rich malt nose; toasted honey notes meet grainy, cereal-like and haystack grains. A little fruit present reminiscent of passionfruit. Light bodied, good feel, dry and relatively bitter in the back. Quite herbal and floral with a late burst of citrus that adds a quench to the swallow. Lingers well between sips. A good malt backbone of pine, toasted wholemeal and straw aids in keeping this a genuinely dry ale overall, yet it is remarkably refreshing.Very well balanced between malt and hop. A solid Bitter.
Bottle from Tucker’s Maltings, Newton Abbot, Devon.
Pours a bright orange copper with lots of fine carbonation. Big, big rocky plume builds and holds well to leave rings of white down the glass. Grainy, granola and floral, earthy nose with just a touch of pear and passionfruit. Quite malty sweet as opposed to the cask version, with a grainy mid-palate. Light bodied with delicate hopping in back adding a rose garden to the senses. Finish is dry, earthy with more rose petals and clippings. Not much length at first but some straw and hop leaves build. A good session Bitter. Very well balanced. On a different level to the cask version, but still an enjoyable brew. (50cL, BBE 08/12)

cgarvieuk (25697) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JUN 24, 2011
bottle at home ... golden amber ... sofy yeast ... light fruit nose ... little fizzy ... little yesty ... soft tofff .. quite dull ...

leaparsons (10696) - Wigston, Leicestershire, ENGLAND - JUL 6, 2010
Bottle. Golden with a fluffy white head. Aromas are toast, lemon and dusty grain. Flavours are dry, yeasty with some grapefruit pithy bitterness. Apricot sweetness and jammy marmalade. Gets better the further down the glass you get.

wheresthepath (2371) - Buckinghamshire, ENGLAND - JUL 12, 2009
[500ml bottle from Tuckers Maltings, Newton Abbot] Pours a dirty amber-gold with a lasting creamy white head. Little carbonation. Smells pleasantly malty. Initially thirst-quenching. Taste is of digestive biscuits with a dry, bitter and slightly sour finish that leaves you wanting more beer - preferably a completely different beer. I didn’t enjoy this one much.

imdownthepub (15130) - Banbury, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND - SEP 29, 2008
Bottle conditioned, 500ml from Tuckers Maltings. Bright copper with white head. Lovely, light clean flavours with a crisp malt and a sparkling light hop note. Refreshing and dryly bitter. Good stuff.

Quack-Duck (9487) - Down South, GERMANY - AUG 19, 2007
bottle, bought at Tucker’s Maltings. Dark golden/amber colour, medium-sized head. Fruity and malty with a pleasant bitterness. Well-balanced bitter.

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