Moorhouses Pride of Pendle (Cask)

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34
48
style
Brewed by Moorhouses
Style: Bitter
Burnley, England
Serve in English pint

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unknown

on tap
available

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RATINGS: 89   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.97/5   EST. CALORIES: 123   ABV: 4.1%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Cask; Regular.
An exceptionally fine balance of malt and hops give this beer a long dry and extremely satisfying finish.

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kermis (12869) - The Hague / Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - MAR 24, 2017
Cask at The Moon in the Square, Bournemouth. Dark golden orange with an off white head. Aroma of caramel, malt and light fruits. Flavour is moderate sweet and bitter. Medium bodied with very soft carbonation.

3.1
mzaar (3389) - Varberg, SWEDEN - MAR 18, 2017
Klar orange med ett vitt skum. Dofter av citron, karamell och malt. Smakinslag av desamma samt örter. Frisk avslutning. Munkänslan mot det torra hållet.

3
tombyars (1683) - Saltcoats, SCOTLAND - FEB 1, 2017
Tasted this in the Salt Cot, Saltcoats (JDW) on the 21st January 2017. Cask, handpump dispense. Clear pale amber in colour with a thin foam white head. Strong citrusy aroma with green hop there plain as day and a subtle hint of toffee also. Thin resiny but smooth mouthfeel and good lacing. Pale malt gives a strong digestive biscuit base with sweet citrus fruit notes of gooseberry, kiwi and lime. Dry astringency build into a strong bitter aftertaste with dry hop flowers present. Finish is oddly malty with emphasis on sweet warming barley sugar and toffee flavours appearing from nowhere! A decent session bitter.

2.9
john44 (3071) - SW London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JAN 31, 2017
Cask Pint at Wibbas Down (JDW), Wimbledon, London in May 2010 - Hazy Pale Gold in colour. Fruity; citrus lemon and grapefruit. Hoppy; grassy hops. Malty. Mildly bitter citrus hoppy throughout. Dryish finish. OK. Drinkable. (2010-05)

2.7
Mr_Pink_152 (4884) - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, ENGLAND - JAN 10, 2017
Tried at the Felix Holt, JDW, Nuneaton. Deep golden colour with a thin off white head. Aroma light citrus fruit and sweet malt. Taste light sweet to light bitter, watery body.

3
rlgk (18847) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - AUG 28, 2016
Sample at GBBF 2016, Wednesday. Clear amber beer with a small offwhite head. Malty caramel aroma, citrus, grapes, hay notes, slightly floral. Hoppy citrus flavor, floral, hay, grape notes. Decent beer.

2.7
Benzai (15460) - Oirschot, THE NETHERLANDS, NETHERLANDS - AUG 17, 2016
Sampled @ GBBF Day 2. Clear orange color, small white head. Smell and taste malts, lightly hops in the distance, some butter, slightly bitter. A bit boring, but drinkable.

3.1
Beerhunter111 (20355) - P´Castle, GERMANY - AUG 10, 2016
Gbbf. Klares orange goldenes Bier. Geruch mild zitronig hopfig, rotes malz. Geschmack mild hopfig, getreidig malzig, leicht hopfig bitter.

3
Towey1989 (2710) - Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire, ENGLAND - JAN 25, 2016
Cask at The Green Dragon, Leek (JDW) A clear golden colour with a thin white head. Aroma of grain, a hint of caramel, some orange and subtle sugar. Taste of caramel, subtle biscuit, some orange, a little sugar and slight herbal hops. Light bodied and soft carbonation. A dryish, citrus hop bitterness in the finish. A sweetish but surprisingly easy drinking bitter. Bland but it’s ok.

2.8
Hippoman (646) - Durham, ENGLAND - NOV 4, 2015
Cask at The Woodman, Durham, £3.30/pint. Pours mid-amber with a thick, off-white head. The nose is close to non-existent, with light grain all that’s detectable. The taste is pretty sweet and clean, as well as vaguely chemical. Nothing at all to write home about and although perfectly drinkable I’d call it perfectly dull.


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