Brewed by Everards
Style: Bitter
Enderby, England
Serve in English pint


on tap

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RATINGS: 70   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.85/5   EST. CALORIES: 114   ABV: 3.8%
Cask: Regular.
Bitter. (The pasteurised bottled version should be rated separately).

A wonderfully moreish ale brewed with British hops and premium Maris Otter malt.

Named after the Leicestershire landmark Beacon Hill which boasts panoramic views across the county, Beacon Hill is the perfect pint to savour for any occasion.

MALT: Maris Otter
HOPS: Fuggles, Goldings, Challenger

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   AROMA 6/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 7/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 14/20
mr_h (5718) - Ayr, - FEB 13, 2013
Cask by handpump at State Bar, Glasgow - clear golden amber, bubbly off-white head, aroma of sweet malty and hay, flavour is grassy, toffee, caramel, soft carbonation, clean malty finish

Rasmus40 (21463) - Beder, Aarhus, DENMARK - JUL 26, 2017
Cask @ The Barley Mow, Leicester. Light hazy amber with a white head. Aroma is sweet, malty, caramel and fruity. Flavor is medium sweet and moderate bitter. Sweet and moderate bitter finish. 260717

saxo (18960) - Højbjerg, Aarhus, DENMARK - JUL 26, 2017
Cask @ The Barley Mow, Leicester. Nice head with good duration. Color is amber. Aroma and taste are caramel, fruits, malt and hops. Sweet and light bitter finish.

jjsint (3317) - Leicester, Leicestershire, ENGLAND - NOV 11, 2016
Handpull cask at the Architect, Cambridge. Light copper, clear. Not much head but some patterned lacing around the glass. Biscuit and honey with a touch of overripe orange compete with a study grass and floral hop aroma. Simple bittersweet taste, with ample bittering hop but governed by a biscuit malt base. Short to medium finish with more ripe orange in the finish. Basic as you like but not that much the worse for it.

Mr_Pink_152 (5248) - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, ENGLAND - SEP 13, 2016
On tap at the Three Horseshoes, Waddington. Labled as Beacon Hill but told it’s just a relable. Amber colour with a white head. Light malty caramel aroma and taste. Thin body and a touch watery.

ianwelby (1456) - SCOTLAND - AUG 30, 2016
Clear amber, white head. Light bitter aroma but not much. Taste is hoppy, slightly citrusy, some bitterness from that and a touch of malt. Not much to it. Bit watery. Meh.

Finn (7836) - Tromsø, NORWAY - MAR 1, 2016
Fra fat på Brunswick Inn i Derby 15 Feb 16. Delt med Rune. Mørk gyldenbrun. Lavt skum. Aroma av papp. Papp i smaken også.

Towey1989 (3038) - Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire, ENGLAND - FEB 9, 2016
Cask at The Roebuck, Leek (Titanic) A clear pale amber colour with a medium white head. Aroma of biscuity malt, caramel, slight yeast and subtle straw. Taste is similar of biscuity malt, caramel, some yeast, slight straw and subtle floral hops. Light bodied and soft carbonation. A short, biscuity malt bitterness in the finish. A bog standard session better, reminds me of Marstons Bitter.

jmgreenuk (9709) - Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA - NOV 30, 2015
Gravity cask at the Birmingham CAMRA Beer Festival 2015. Poured a clear medium amber with a bubbly white head. The aroma is light skunky malt. The flavour is light bitter with a smooth sweet malt, light resin palate. Light bodied with soft carbonation.

davidtjm (1074) - Berlin, GERMANY - APR 30, 2014
Light amber pour with a small foam head, light malt aroma. Taste is sour malt, minimal hops notes towards the finish. Drinkable

olliejobbins (1578) - Dorking, Surrey, ENGLAND - DEC 1, 2013
pint from cask. pours a clear amber with thin creamy head. aroma is of yeast and malts. a little skunky. nice hoppy taste. slightly grassy, good bitter.

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