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RATINGS: 20   MEAN: 2.98/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.97/5   SEASONAL: Winter   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
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3.1
Fin (10699) - Merton, Oxfordshire, England, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND - JAN 14, 2017
Bottle courtesy of Mum and Keith, consumed at home Saturday 14th January 2017 Pours gold/amber with a slim white filmy head, soft in the mouth. It’s another beer from this outfit that’s actually ok. I feel like I was going to have downer on this brewery but they’ve turned out to be ok, I knew it was never going to be a world beater, it just has a light fruitiness, very little in the way of hops, not much bitterness, it’s fine. A6 A4 T6 P3 Ov12 3.1

3.3
ulrikolsen (576) - DENMARK - DEC 27, 2016
Bottle. Pours clear golden with small white head. Aroma has light malt, biscuit, toffee and hints of smoke. Taste is semi-sweet malty with light bread, biscuit, toffee and a hint of dry smoke yet hoppy with grass. Quite bitter and easy drinking.

3.2
nybol (2280) - DENMARK - NOV 26, 2016
En meget syrlig smag, måske som ham på etiketten. Ikke meget humle, men en fin nydeøl, passer ikke rigtigt til mad.

3.2
madmitch76 (25101) - , Essex, ENGLAND - FEB 20, 2016
13th February 2016
Thanks to my in-laws for this one! Bright clear gold - amber beer, tidy pale cream colour head. Palate is light, mildly dry and is finely crisp. Thin malts bring a mild tangy caramel, not that sweet. Ripe fruits in to a very mild floral bitterness. Light dry finish. Entertaining.

3.6
johndoughty (5504) - cheslyn hay, West Midlands, ENGLAND - AUG 20, 2015
Bottle. Bronze and clear with virtually no head. Biscuit like flavour but not sure why it is called a Christmas beer.Its a pleasant bitter-no more, no less.

2.8
CH-303 (2291) - Fribourg, SWITZERLAND - JUN 15, 2015
Appearance: Light golden brown. Clear. Tiny bit of head.
Aroma: Sweet malt, not much else.
Taste: Malt, some sweetness. Standard.
Bought: Gift from Mrs, 500 ml, £?.??
Info: 12/6-2015, BB: 30/9-2015

2.9
sdmmb (1855) - BELGIUM - FEB 25, 2015
Drunk from 50cl bottle bought from Bierhuis in Ossett. Enjoyable golden ale. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3
Jimthechap (2064) - Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND - DEC 24, 2014
Probably one of the better gifts I received this year, if only for the packaging. The beer itself isn’t spectacular but will do. Orange amber with some suggestion of white head that buggered off in short order. Sweet malty aromas of cracked malt biscuits and toffeeish brown sugar. This is very much evident in the flavour. Tasty enough, but I’m conscious that I’ll probably need a shot of insulin with this. Cheers Ned.

2.8
BlackHaddock (7515) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - JAN 7, 2014
500ml Bottle: BBD the end of June 14. This Christmas present was opened late on 7th Jan 14 and poured into an Abbot Ale tankard at home while everyone else slept. Slight haze to my golden/amber brew, the head a thin white covering that soon became a wisp and collar. Piney hop nose with a citrus front, that citrus smell carries on into the taste and almost hides the biscuity maltiness that is within the flavours once the beer calms down in your mouth. A bit too citrusy for my liking, but others love those lemon and lime like flavours from whatever hops the brewer chooses to use: it’s not something I’ll have again but it suited the sliced ham with herbs and Welsh cheese I had with it.

3.1
dEnk (4200) - Den Haag, NETHERLANDS - JAN 2, 2014
Bottle @ tht. Aroma is fruity, piney hops, some winey notes, Flavour is quite bitter, some liquorice and a hoppy finish. Decent.


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