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Brewed by Hogs Back
Style: English Strong Ale
Tongham, England

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RATINGS: 106   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.4/5   SEASONAL: Winter   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Cask; Seasonal - Chritmas. Year round bottle conditioned.
First brewed shortly after the foundation of the brewery, OTT is a very rich, dark ale. We use 4 different malt styles - pale, crystal, chocolate and malted wheat - each of which has a unique character. Local Fuggles hops added at various stages during the boil enhances the beer’s depth. Old Tongham Tasty is named after the village where we brew in a farm on the edge of the Surrey Hills. Its complexity drinks ’like a festival of different tastes on the tongue’ - at least that’s how it was described after a lengthy sampling session.

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2.9
daniele (9063) - ITALY - SEP 23, 2007
scura poca schiuma non molto persistente giusta poco gasssata decisamente maltata tostata buon corpo

3.5
maeib (8749) - Wootton, Northampton, Northamptonshire, ENGLAND - JAN 15, 2006
Bottled. A dark brown beer with a purple hue and a small tan coloured head. The aroma has notes of plums and sweet caramel together with a little licquorice. The taste has more dark fruits together with a little chocolate malt and a feel of oil or petrol. A nice tasty fruity, quite full-bodied beer

3.2
ogivlado (7810) - Zagreb, CROATIA - MAY 18, 2017
Bottled 500ml. -Brownish coloured with red glare, small off-white head, whiff of caramel in the nose. Toasted malt, caramel, light dried fruits and weak hops with rather flat bitterness in the finish. Rather usuall.

3.5
motelpogo (7704) - Plzen, CZECH REPUBLIC - JUL 3, 2012
Bottled, nice work by mowbeer lugging this back for pivni rozmanitost in Prague. Reddish brown with a thin, frothy head; aroma of rusty tea and stewed red berries; some molasses and rye and a long, lightly bitter finish. Good example of a winter warmer

3.4
larsga (7539) - Oslo, NORWAY - MAY 5, 2010
Medium brown head. Barely translucent dark red body. Fruity mealy roasty aroma with earthy metallic notes. Dry-sweetish earthy wild berry taste with roasty chocolatey notes. Mid-bodied. Mild mouthfeel. Dryish soy and roasty malts aftertaste with chocolatey herbal notes. very nice. Like a craft beer, but beautifully balanced. (0.5l bottle, RealAle.com.)

2.6
Idiosynkrasie (7516) - Bielefeld, GERMANY - MAY 27, 2012
500ml bottle. Clear darkest brown with small firm creamy lacing tan head. Flat dark malt aroma with soapy touch instead of roast. Taste is continously dry, almost soapy, boring, disappointing.

3
mjs (7357) - Helsinki, FINLAND - OCT 20, 2010
(Cask at Bricklayer Arms, London) This beer was dominated by berries. It wasn’t really unpleasant thing but it made me wonder whether something had gone wrong either in brewing or during conditioning. In any case: alcohol was quite hidden and sweetness was bit too much present. Bitterness was quite low and could have been stronger so that it would have cut the sweetness.

3.7
MesandSim (7117) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - SEP 30, 2008
A Mes rate: cask at Baker St. ’Sporks.
Thick tan head settled to nothing in about a minute and refuses to come back no matter how much I aggitate it. Fantastic colour though. Almost opaque rich dark amber. Slight off smelling sourness in the aroma spoils the really good earthy malt underneath. Flavour wise, this is lovely stuff. Drinks like a lightish barley wine. Good citric notes, chunky earthy malt with a pronounced sweetness and a glorious tangy feel, almost an old ale like sourness. If you hold it in the mouth it’s almost watery citrus but it’s all about the finish. Awesome sweet and sour blend. Loads of tangy fruit, chewy sweet alcohol and a really pleasing barley wine type character. Late hops but no bitterness round it off really well. Damn good stuff and certainly the best I have had from Hogs Back.

3.5
berkshirejohn (6501) - Bracknell, Berkshire, ENGLAND - OCT 27, 2006
Bottle: pours dark brown with a tan head that soon disappears; aroma vinuous with some malt; almost oily feel in the mouth, reminiscent of a full-bodied red wine, pleasantly dry malty aftertaste. Really good.

3.1
Emil (6065) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - APR 3, 2005
Bottle. Brown colour with a small baige head. Light roasted malty plum aroma and taste. Medium body and a sweet finish.


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