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Brewed by Otley Brewing Company
Style: Imperial IPA
Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Wales
Serve in Shaker, Snifter

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RATINGS: 69   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.54/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 225   ABV: 7.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Cask; Occasional.
Brewed with help from Glyn Roberts, manager of The Rake, Borough Market.

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3.2
AshtonMcCobb (6590) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - APR 10, 2015
Bottle from Saucy Pears. Appearance - beautiful amber with an attractive fluffy head. Nose - orange and hinting of pineapple. Slight funky edge, very yeasty. Taste - orangey yoghurt. Then it finishes with a tangy orange note. Palate - close to medium bodied with a creamy texture and a fairly good finish. Overall - solid but not sure there should be this much yeast influence.

3.4
allmyvinyl (10613) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - APR 10, 2015
Bottle at the School’s Out Tasting. Pours hazy amber with a thick off-white head. Aromas of fresh orange, yeast. Taste is more oranges, bread. Dry finish.

3.1
victorsampson96 (103) - North Yorkshire, ENGLAND - MAR 31, 2015
Deep, clear copper-red beer, with creamy white head. Fairly thick, with moderate carbonation. Strong caramel and grapefruit aroma, slightly floral, with a dry finish: pinewood, resin, faint burnt toast, and a lingering spicines. Rather in-your-face, but not at all bad.

3.6
Stuu666 (13394) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - FEB 27, 2015
Bottle at home. Pours amber, nose is resinous, pine, citrus, juicy bitter piney taste.

3.1
MrTipple (4955) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - SEP 25, 2014
Aroma: light flowers and resin, light honey. Appearance: hazy, pale gold, hardly any head. Taste: medium sweet, Palate: fizzy carbonation, heavy bitters coming back after initial sweets, intense hips. Overall: not my favourite IIPA, somewhat bland, not complex enough. Pint at Cask Pub & Kitchen, Pimlico.

3.7
jmgreenuk (9447) - Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA - JUL 3, 2014
Bottle from Cotteridge Wines, Birmingham. Poured a murky medium amber with a big frothy white head. The aroma is citrus fruit, grassy hop. The flavour is medium bitter with a gorgeous smooth woody ligjht resin nettle hop palate and a long bitter finish. Medium bodied with average carbonation. Lots going on here with plenty of flavours.

3.5
deanso (10129) - Chiang Mai, THAILAND - JUL 3, 2014
50cl bottle courtesy of and shared with Jmgreenuk. Thicj creamy white head. Cloudy golden amber pour. Lovely smooth bitterness. Very nice

3.7
Philym (1003) - St Neots, Cambridgeshire, ENGLAND - MAY 28, 2014
Appearance: Clear brown/amber with 3 finger beige head. Aroma: Bandaid, barnyard, leathery, peppery, earthy, resinous, citrus, light caramel. Taste: Medium bitterness, low/medium sourness with low sweetness. Palate: Thick rough texture, light body, explosive when opened bottle but overall average/prickly carbonation, lingering funky, earthy, peppery, dry, citrus finish with a slight alcohol warmth. Comments: Very good and lace.

3.5
danlo (3065) - Darlington, Durham, ENGLAND - APR 21, 2014
500ml bottle. Deep orange-brown amber colour, foamy off-white head and aroma of caramel, orange marmalade, spice. Taste is sweetish, malt caramel, tangy with fruity grapefruit and woody pine hop bitterness. Medium bodied, soft to medium carbonation, warming boozy, dry bitter finish. Quite drinkable DIPA.

2.7
Beersiveknown (5284) - NORTHERN IRELAND - APR 3, 2014
Bottle at home from ales by mail
dark amber, pillowy beoge head colapses to a lacing. Hot and heavy, sticky malt, pithy bitterness but lacking flavour and aroma (at end of BBE range). Light carbonatio but v full bodied. A struggle


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