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Brewed by Farnham Ale & Lager
Style: Bitter
Farnham, Canada
Serve in English pint

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RATINGS: 50   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.2/5   IBU: 35   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Traditional ale found in British pubs has been malted to a medium body that finishes with a clean bitterness and Hop profile.

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3.1
Tranquillity (2483) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - AUG 12, 2017
Canned. Clear red body with a medium off-white head. The aroma has strong yet balanced hops. The taste is bitter and fresh with a good long dry finish.

3.3
Gaelic (194) - Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS - AUG 2, 2017
Typical Bitter. Small head. Bits of caramel, roasty, nuts, Not a bad taste, especially near a campfire,

3.8
bytemesis (8970) - Sunnyvale, California, USA - JUL 21, 2017
Tap. Pours clear orange, Medium white head, great lacing. Aroma is nutty, malty, toasty, toffee. Flavors is medium sweet, light bitter, caramel and toffee, hints of Noble hop. Medium light body. Quite good.

3.4
shawnmurphy (583) - Plattsburgh, New York, USA - JUN 2, 2017
16-ounce can pours somewhat hazy orange-amber with very thick, creamy off-white head and lacing. Aroma: nuts, honey. Flavor: hazelnuts, almonds, caramelized brown sugar, biscuit, lemon. Mouthfeel: light- to medium-bodied.

3.8
malrubius (2983) - Springfield, Vermont, USA - APR 22, 2017
Can from Meditrina. Clear copper with lasting head and lace. Light toasted caramel honey aroma with some earthy hops. Medium sweet light toasted caramel sweetness. Medium earthy bitterness. Slight cloy. Definitely nailed the authentic bitter. Very good.

4.1
Bill Becker (1343) - Casper, Wyoming, USA - FEB 12, 2017
South Burlington branch can. A: Cloudy rust colour, off white foam is thick and leaves loads of lacing behind. S: Mix of lemony hops and heaps of caramel and grainy malt. T: Grain, caramel malt dominate with the lemon tasting hops playing second fiddle. Like it should be for the style. M: Creaminess gives the impression of full bodied. O: Well crafted Bitter. More of these in the US required!

3.5
Tricker (419) - Quebec, CANADA - FEB 3, 2017
Bière blonde-brune (beige ?!) 5 % d’alcool. Elle possède un col très mousseux. Elle possède un nez amer, mais également sucré. Elle possède un arrière-goût métallique, légèrement amer, avec une finale comme de bien brune, âcre et légèrement torréfié. Elle possède un goût légèrement fruité, comme d’agrumes, mais mélangé à de la torréfaction, ça fait spécial. Elle est douce en bouche, avec un arrière-goût amer restant en bouche. Très bonne !

3.7
Bierdimpfe (640) - Quebec, CANADA - OCT 2, 2016
Clear amber color with moderate activity. Slightly creamy beige 2 finger head, lasting around 10 minutes, with a strong amount of lacing. Flavors of caramel, faint molasses, toffee like, with noble hops, sweet malts, faint citrus, and red ale spices like nutmeg and cinnamon. Nice sugary feel with a dash of roasted spices. Thick smooth full body with the perfect amount of crispy carbonation. Medium strength finish, ending on a side of butterscotch, a citrus zest, and a strong grassy feel. Overall very good quality craft. Quite delicious, great balance, good intensity. Perfectly rounded. Accessible. Highly drinkable and super fresh. Good representation of the style.

3.7
canary dog (779) - Rutland, Vermont, USA - SEP 22, 2016
I like bitters. I think they are a very under-rated style. This one is freshly and tastefully malty, like it should be. It definitely tastes British.

3.8
Bulk_Carrier (6065) - Vermont, USA - SEP 7, 2016
Poured into an English pint glass (proper/correct, yes). The appearance was a burnt/glossy dark amber close to brown color color with a sustaining cap of a little white head. Light lacing. The aroma starts off with some sweet apples lording over a glossy sweet spice with an ample sweet breadiness slyly rounding it all out. The flavor takes it all in with a sly use of some fruity esters to round out a sweet clean malt base. Semi-sweet nice malty aftertaste with semi-sticky finish. On the palate, this one sat about a light to medium on the body with a nice sessionable trait to it. Feels good on my tongue, move slyly with a somewhat sticky feel. Overall, good English Bitter for the most part and would go nicely with it’s respected food. Yes, pass the fish n’ chips!


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