john44 (3101) - SW London, Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 1, 2017
Cask Pint at Wibbas Down (JDW), Wimbledon, London in Aug 2010 - Dark Amber in colour. Sulphurous aroma. Malty; grainy malts, caramel. Hoppy; earthy hops. Fruity. Overall bitter; grainy malts meet earthy hops. Dry mouthfeel. Very dry finish. Unique taste. Liked this. Very Drinkable. (2010-08)
scotty (1208) - SCOTLAND - JAN 29, 2014
Is this still brewed?? I used to drink this when I lived in Edinburgh, many years ago! It seemed to be available in most of the pubs I frequented, I was particularly fond of Bannermans in the Cowgate. I’ve rated it as average all round as I can’t rightly remember the details of it’s character ( it was 30 odd yrs ago!) but it was usually a bloody good pint! blueden (31) - Essex, ENGLAND - DEC 22, 2013
Although I have not drank this beer for several years it is a taste I will never forget. One of my all time favourite beers. Beersiveknown (5284) - NORTHERN IRELAND - APR 27, 2012
Cask at bretwood, aberdeen.Earthy fuggles nose without the metallic note, creamy texture herbal to taste at first, think weak tea with robust shortbread malt following after with a good dash of bitterness. Touch of nettles. Like it. tombyars (1702) - Saltcoats, SCOTLAND - MAR 13, 2012
First tasted this in the Wee Howf, Paisley in December 1980. Cask, handpump dispense. Danny always kept this in good nick and won an award for this back in the day. Cask, handpump dispense. Clear pale copper in colour with a thick creamy white head. Warm yeasty dough in the robust malty aroma. Thin but creamy mouthfeel and good lacing. Pale malt gives a powerful, fiery digestive biscuit base with some ginger nuts mixed in. Strong tart marmalade flavours also present in the mouth. Dry black pepper flavours present in the spicy hop resins give a fiery aftertaste. Finish is robust and malty with dry leather and oak cask wood notes strong in the palate. An excellent session ESB and a pub with happy memories.
DruncanVeasey (8226) - NUNEATON, Warwickshire, ENGLAND - JUN 30, 2011
The Baron (JDW). Slightly pondwatery amber with a tight drum of head draping the glass. Hints of spice in the aroma- toasted seeds, curry leaf, maybe. Drab but inoffensive flavour with a faintly peppered Weetabix sogginess, a weak, unidentified jellied fruit hint. Some chalk and caramel.
It’s immensely tedious but drinkable. cgarvieuk (24465) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - MAR 2, 2011
cask at cambridge ....amber ... thin lacing ... soft mellon fruit ... light smoke light sour tart fruits ... big lemon ... ok but not sure at best Oakes (17668) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - OCT 13, 2010
@JDW Playfair, Edinburgh. Spicy and caramelly nose, though it is fairly light. Slightly toasty, slightly tart but generally a fairly standard bitter. Beershine (5224) - VANCOUVER, British Columbia, CANADA - SEP 17, 2010
Cask @ Playfair. Amber and clear, served WITHOUT a sparkler and giving a nice natural cask head. Yay! Fresh malty, worty aroma that also has a little fruity perfume, which is strange. Quaffable and easy. Mostly malty. Has fruity, juicy flavors finishing with bread and granola. Gethinbeer (2452) - Nova Scotia, CANADA - SEP 5, 2010
On tap at the Kings Head, Monmouth. Clear copper colour. Thin white head, slightly aromatic aroma. Hop fruity flavour. Nice bitterness. Pleasant malt finish. Very enjoyable session beer. Good quality.