mr_h (5434) - Ayr, SCOTLAND - JUN 27, 2015
Cask, gravity, Glasgow Real Ale Festival, The Briggait, caramel malt aroma, clear golden, thin white head, no lacing, creamy malty, harsh biscuit flavour, which mellows as it goes down, flavourful, sweet malty finish jjsint (3012) - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, ENGLAND - JUN 24, 2015
Cask at the Devonshire Arms, Cambridge. Light to mid-gold, little to no visible carbonation or head. Grainy aroma with a note of buttered toast and orange marmalade. Basic but enjoyable bittersweet taste with a sulphurous note gaining momentum toward the finish. Fuller, thicker mouthfeel than would normally be expected of this ABV and style. Tasty all in all. hughie (3996) - Bedford, Bedfordshire, ENGLAND - OCT 6, 2010
Cask, gravity, at Bedford Beer Festival ’10. Copper gold. Glorious aroma of biscuity sponge and lemon custard. Sweet crusty taste. Mid to sharp bitterness. Good as the winter sponge pudding they used to serve in some primary schools.. fonefan (48796) - VestJylland, DENMARK - JUN 10, 2008
Cask gravity @ Reading Beer Festival 2008.Svesse (8581) - Hässelby, SWEDEN - MAY 3, 2008
Clear medium yellow amber color with a small to average, frothy, fair lacing, mostly diminishing, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, toffee, buttery. Flavor is moderate sweet and light light bitter with a average duration. Body is medium to light, texture is oily to watery, carbonation is flat. (020508)
(Cask at Oakdale Arms, Harringay, London, 24 April 2008) Dark amber colour with brief, white head. Suspiciously cloudy. Fruity nose with notes of orange peel and earthy, slightly citrussy hops. Fruity taste with citrus, nuts, toffee and balanced amounts of earthy hops in the moderately bitter finish. Light body. Decent session beer, but hardly exciting.
camdrinker (11) - ENGLAND - APR 24, 2007
This used to be my regular drink at the St. Radegund (Cambridge) before it was sadly taken off in early 2007. A medium-coloured bitter that, when on form, has a complex and refreshing flavour. For me, a mixture of fruits, barley and even slightly nutty - also quite strongly bitter. It does seem to be tricky to keep, probably due to the low APV. Probably most easily found at the Oakdale Arms (Harringay, London) or Coalheavers (Peterborough)? reakt (950) - Greater London, ENGLAND - MAR 18, 2007
UPDATED: SEP 2, 2007 cask @ 2nd pembury festival. Light gold with a white head. Barely there aroma of hops and fruit with some sweet buttery brown sugar. Bitter hoppy taste. Quite dry. Rather boring. harrisoni (18437) - Ashford, Kent, ENGLAND - MAR 15, 2007
Cask handpull at Pembury Tavern March BF 07. Gold/copper colour with lasting beige head. Earthy hop, some toffeeish malt on aroma. Pleasant in mouth. Some crisp drying hop on finish. Pleasant drinkable session bitter. First of the day. DJMonarch (9179) - Northwich, Cheshire, ENGLAND - NOV 13, 2005
UPDATED: OCT 4, 2006 Cask stillage from the cellar at the Prince Of Wales, Foxfield 29/10/2005.
Not sure this beer was quite ready as it was hazy in appearance and acidic sulphur was also evident. Must try this one again when it’s on form. maeib (8749) - Wootton, Northampton, Northamptonshire, ENGLAND - OCT 9, 2005
Cask conditioned - gravity dispense - Bedford BF. A bright and shining copper coloured beer with some hop in the aroma but also a little amount of sulphur. The taste is a little bitter with some light hoppiness. A clean and tasty beer; nice for its ABV.