Holmen2 (4308) - NORWAY - JAN 5, 2018
From cask at The Brewery Tap, Leeds, West Yorkshire, with OGJ 05.01.18. Dark golden. Dense and persistent off-white head and lacing. Well-balanced aroma and taste of sweet crystal malt and moderate hops. Slightly metallic. Smooth mouthfeel. berkshirejohn (6771) - Bracknell, Berkshire, ENGLAND - NOV 23, 2017
50cl bottle from Morrisons, Bracknell. An amber pour with a loose cream head; aroma of stewed nettles; taste of over boiled malts with some caramel; then a herbal bitterness with a toffee aftertaste. Yorkshire in style, but overworked. SgtMattBaker (46) - Leeds, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - JUN 25, 2017
Light amber color, very small white foam. In aroma malts and some light smell of hops. Taste similar with average bitterness, watery. Light bitter finish. Definitely not Leeds best : ) redders1974 (1702) - Greater Manchester, ENGLAND - MAR 29, 2017
A classic Yorkshire bitter amber tin white head lacing touch of caramel nice clean bitter finish Gehbe (462) - Vilnius, LITHUANIA - FEB 15, 2017
Tap. Clear light amber, small white head. Sourish notes in the aroma and taste, probably infected. Otherwise seems a well balanced, highly drinkable bitter.
KikoDucky (179) - Trenčín, SLOVAK REPUBLIC - JAN 4, 2017
on tap at Brewery tap, Leeds. Amber colour. Low caramel, garden berries and herby aroma. Taste is malty, alcohol, grass, caramel. Nice bittery and herby finnish. NallePalle (728) - Uppsala, SWEDEN - DEC 8, 2016
Bottle, 50 cl. Pleasant, well balanced bitter: malt dominates, gentle sweetness, perfect carbonation and bitter finish. johndoughty (5600) - cheslyn hay, West Midlands, ENGLAND - NOV 13, 2016
Bottle. Golden and clear with a small head. Sharp bitterness that is pleasant and refreshing. A good session bitter. My first from this brewery. BlackHaddock (7960) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - OCT 28, 2016
500ml bottle into an ’Old Speckled Hen’ badged vase shaped pint glass at home on 28th Oct 2016. Clear, clean deep golden pour, full white head on top. Hops all the way here, bitter, yes, but blended so they don’t pucker the lips and cheek. No citrus nonsense here, honest English hops with bitterness their main aim, not a grapefruit ester to be found: good! Proper throw back to before the ’new wave’ hops from New Zealand and where ever started to turn our national drink into a citrus flavoured drink.