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78
95
style
Brewed by Howling Hops
Style: Mild Ale
Hackney, England
Serve in English pint

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RATINGS: 18   MEAN: 3.49/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.4/5   EST. CALORIES: 99   ABV: 3.3%
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3.9
cgarvieuk (25742) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JUN 6, 2017
Copper brown... Thin tan lacing.. Soft woody toffee malts nose.. Juicy woody spicy toffee nalts

2.8
TBone (18105) - Pori, FINLAND - APR 21, 2015
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Brown-amber color, steady beige head. Rustic hoppy aroma. Light-bodied. Hops, some caramel. Simple, a bit watery but drinkable.

3.4
mR_fr0g (13225) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - SEP 10, 2014
Cask at the Cock Tavern during the London Bimble. 26/04/2014. Chestnut brown colour with a small off white head. Aroma is sharp berry and raisin wood berry slightly sharp tart berry. Decent beer.

2.9
planky84 (3388) - Lee, Greater London, ENGLAND - AUG 14, 2014
Cask at the Cock Tavern, Bethnal Green during RBESG, 2014. Brown pour with a beige head. Meaty, earthy nose. Raisin and smoke flavour. Malt laden mouthfeel leads to a light bitter finish.

3.4
Rune (13383) - Tromsø, NORWAY - AUG 3, 2014
From cask, nicely served in a mug at The Cock Tavern, half pint. Filmy white layer, spotty lacing, clear mahogany coloured body. Dark fruity nose. Roasted malty flavours with dark caramel and coffee. Dark malty bitter ending. Far from diluted. Well made considering the low abv (Hackney, London 13.07.2014).

3.4
fonefan (50751) - VestJylland, DENMARK - JUL 6, 2013

Cask (handpump) @ Cock Tavern, 315 Mare Street, Hackney, Greater London, England E8 1EJ.

Clear medium to dark red brown colour with a small to average, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting to diminishing, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, chocolate, nutty, moderate hoppy. Flavor is moderate to light lgiht heavy sweet and bitter with a long duration, chocolate, hoppy, burnt malt bitter. Body is medium, texture is oily and sticky, carbonation is soft to flat. [20121206]

3.5
viktorvee (510) - Greater London, ENGLAND - JUN 10, 2013
Cask as the cock. Dark in colour, drinks like a paler beer, hops, lemon, resinous, mango, quite flat, bitter with some mild treacle. Really good lighter options. Bags of taste and also refreshing.

3.2
Scopey (15522) - Croydon, Greater London, ENGLAND - APR 29, 2013
Cask at the Cock Tavern. It pours deep mahogany brown with a small white head. The nose is earth, dirt, wood, pine needles and a touch of dark fruit. The taste is wood, leather, twiggy, dry cocoa and some decent bitterness with a dry finish. Light body and soft carbonation. A fairly standard mild by all accounts.

3.8
Theydon_Bois (20497) - Hazlemere, the lower Xhitlerns, Buckinghamshire, ENGLAND - APR 12, 2013
Bottle split at JF’s, picked up from the Cock, 30/03/13. Bottle state - Centennial/Columbus/Cascade/Citra. Very dark mahogony brown with a thin tan head that clears to the edge and leaves a thin film. Nose carries dark malts, hoppy note, orange, grapefruit, background chocolate. Taste comprises dark malt, hops, grapefruit, mineral notes, cocoa, orange pith. Medium bodied with soft carbonation, dry in the finish with some light hop bitterness. Great stuff but would scare the bejesus out of many ’trad’ mild drinkers!

3.9
maeib (8751) - Wootton, Northampton, Northamptonshire, ENGLAND - FEB 23, 2013
Cask conditioned handpump Southampton Arms London 15/02/13. A black beer with a bubbly beige head. A really hoppy and bitter mild. Coffee flavours but very bitter. A hop dominated mild for sure. Very good and flavoursome although some would baulk at this being called a mild.


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