Gary (2063) - London( born and raised), Greater London, ENGLAND - OCT 23, 2011
(bottled) It looks like cask beer ...its fragance is citrusy, zesty , and pretty vibrant . in the mouth more citrus fruit , dry chalky notes, ripe kiwi fruit or passion , green apple resembleing acidity maybe. A very mild bready maltiness lingers . A rustic woodiness becomes pronounced. This flerts at both Pils and APA territory. berkshirejohn (6650) - Bracknell, Berkshire, ENGLAND - JUL 17, 2011
50cl bottle from the Home Brew Shop, Aldershot. Straw coloured with a loose white head and heavy carbonation to start; the aroma has a touch of honey; the flavour is light with citrus, honey and grassy notes; and a muted, biscuity, finish. A pleasantly refreshing summer beer. DruncanVeasey (8283) - Nr NUNEATON, Warwickshire, ENGLAND - JUL 8, 2011
Gravity, Derby Summer BF 2011. Pale gold with a loose rim of suds.
Lightly buttered corn snack aroma, some gentle pine. Simplistic and lemony with a Wotsit dunked in seawater and Alka Seltzer finish. Dunk of card. Almost decent. Just a crushing comedown after the Fyne Jarl. harrisoni (19310) - Ashford, Kent, ENGLAND - MAR 19, 2011
Bottle from Liquid Pleasures, Tenterden. Clear gold with lasting white head. Grassy hoppy aroma. Some lemon and light grapefruit and beautiful citrus tropical fruit aromas. A little earthy in the mouth. Decent pale malts. Bit earthy on the finish. Very decent light golden beer. chriso (21656) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - AUG 24, 2010
Cask at Egham United Services Club Beer Festival on 19 August 2010. Pale gold/straw in colour. Loose white head. Lively condition. There’s a whiff of sulphur in the aroma. Clean and fresh on the palate with plenty of citrus, moderate floral notes and a dash of bitterness. The sulphur on the nose persists as a faint tang in the flavour but isn’t disagreeably intrusive. Light but brisk mouthfeel makes for a refreshing pint (or half in this case).
bobinlondon (1297) - Harrow, Greater London, ENGLAND - JUL 22, 2010
Hand pulled cask at the Man of Kent in Rochester. Pale gold with a thin white head. Thin malt base but full of fresh bitter hops. Nothing out of the ordinary but a competently brewed session ale.