Kings Table Real Ale

Formerly brewed at Ballards
Style: Bitter
Petersfield, England
Serve in English pint


on tap


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RATINGS: 21   MEAN: 2.74/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.77/5   EST. CALORIES: 126   ABV: 4.2%
Bottle conditioned.
Made for Historic Royal Palaces.
Kings Table is made with Pale Ale Malt from Pearl Barley, Golding hops, yeast and water. This real ale is a golden colour and has a delicious light hop aroma.

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onystrom (1334) - Magellan Hunter! - Skanderborg, DENMARK - MAY 22, 2012
Hazy golden color with fine head. Mild and slightly watery. Sweet and some perfume flavor.

saxo (19569) - Højbjerg, Aarhus, DENMARK - MAY 22, 2012
Bottle. Nice head with good duration. Color is golden. Aroma and taste are sweet malt, notes of flowers and hops. Mild and light bitter finish.

Strangebrewer (1370) - Chatham, Ontario, CANADA - OCT 19, 2011
bottle, bought at the Tower of London. Poured hazy gold with a thinning white head. The aroma is kinda bland, light & grassy with a bit of yeast. Texture is flat but a medium-heavy mouthfeel. Bready malt base with a peppery flavour, a sour-citrus note. HIghly dry bitter finish.

Jade (435) - AUSTRALIA - AUG 22, 2011
Golden coloured, moderate carbonation with a thin white head. Wheaty, but also slightly smoky. Suprisingly not bad considering its a cheap re-brand.

FatPhil (17333) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - FEB 26, 2011
500ml bottle (Hampton Court Palace Shop)
6 Sweet fruity aroma.
3 Mid orange, brief head.
7- Sweet malty base, some wooliness too. Fruitiness segues into a lovely bitter hoppiness.
4 Simple palate, carbonation low. Finish deliciously hoppy and bitter, with an almost minty coolness in the tingle.
13 Lots packed into 4.2% - easy enough to drink that you can chug if you want, but with a real bitter bite that keeps it interesting

Suttree (6537) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - MAR 7, 2010
Some friends brought this back from their trip to London. Pours brilliant copper, but with no head at all. Smells kinda biscuity, with some citrus notes. Nicely quaffable - sweet at first, the a nice crisp finish. Not complicate, but tasty. Is it supposed to be flat?

gnoff (11138) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - MAR 2, 2010
50 cl bottle thanks to my brother!
On March 2, 2010, BB MAR 2010.
Also marked 4705

Clear copper color, smallish large bubbled white head. Subtle, malty sweet, fruity hoppy scent. Hints of phenoles as well. Smooth, bitter, hoppy, fruity, a bit malty taste. Bitterness is very evident, almost overpowering the maltiness, but doesn’t quite take it away. Medium to smooth mouthfeel, nothing spectacular, but also nothing bad about it. Low co2 though, so not spritzy more easy to drink version. Fairly high bitterenss, though after a few sips you’ve gotten used to it so it’s more balanced again. All in all, a nice beer, very drinkable, but perhaps not one that will stand out among the many thousands I’ve sampled. But for a session beer it works perfectly! So drink on my friends, drink on.

Christian (13921) - Odense, DENMARK - JUL 27, 2009
Cloudy golden with a small white head. Grainy malt aroma with citrus notes. Dry and malty flavour

Borup (15914) - Albertslund, DENMARK - MAY 16, 2009
Bottle. Golden colour with a small white head. Aroma and flavour of hops, yeast, caramel and fruit.

fonefan (52342) - VestJylland, DENMARK - DEC 20, 2008
<b>Bottle 50cl @ chris o’s Pre-GBBF Shindig 2008.</b>
Clear light yellow orange color with a small, fizzy, fair lacing, fully diminishing, white to off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, toasted, caramel, light yeasty. Flavor is moderate sweet and bitter with a average to long duration. Body is medium to light, texture is oily to watery, carbonation is soft. (020808)

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