gruberm (329) - - JUL 20, 2013Desverger (11122) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - APR 23, 2017
From a bottle doughy aroma from a cloudy orange brown pour. An almost clove like taste maybe. It is a surprising taste but refreshing nonetheless.
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[email protected]thejackpacker (420) - East Sussex, ENGLAND - APR 15, 2017
Bar, Copenhagen - orange Amber pour with white head. Toasted malty and twiggy hoppy aroma and taste, light biscuity caramel notes, grassy and twiggy hoppy finish.
Cask at the Happy Cheese, Ashurst. Very generic cask golden with a bit of a metallic background. Meh. john44 (3062) - SW London, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAR 3, 2017
Cask. Orange colour. Very fruity (apple and citrus). Hoppy (grassy hops). Malty (caramel). Sweetish, but with a bitter citrusy edge. Dry finish. (2008)
BeardedAvenger (742) - Addlestone, Surrey, ENGLAND - JAN 3, 2017
Cask at Prince of Wales, Farnborough. It may be the smoke in the pub, but not getting any aroma. Light chestnut, thin off-white head. Malty, some sweetness, bitter in the finish. Twigs. Medium bodied, Watery with a buzz from the carbonation. Long astringent finish. Lacks oomph. Does nothing for me. ShivanDragon (4086) - Leeuwarden, NETHERLANDS - AUG 12, 2016
sample from the ringwood brewery, brown/copper with a white head. Aroma of caramel, malts, biscuit, some toasted malts, Taste likewise, mild, medium sweet, medium bitterness, cold, soft carbo, weak body, long caramel finish
invinoveritas (156) - Greater Manchester, ENGLAND - JUL 22, 2016
Pours a clear but deep light brown with a respectable head. Sweetness and maltiness on the nose which transfer to the taste, carried well by the thick-enough body. Some strange notes as well though (those carrots again?). MartinT (9851) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - JUL 21, 2016
My Bottom Line:theprof (931) - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, ENGLAND - APR 17, 2016
This classic Brown Bitter develops caramel-laced biscuits with orange zest in a smooth, silky mouthfeel.
Further Personal Perceptions:
-A veil of foam covers the clear amber.
-The finish is quite juicy, sharing plenty of pear and apple fruitiness.
-Carbonation is lower than that of the average British cask beer.
-This is in the ‘Landlord’ mold, to give you an idea.
On cask at The General Havelock, Hastings.
Cask. Pours amber with a white lace top. A modest balanced hop and biscuit malt scent (you would guess it was beer blindfolded). The taste is similarly solid rather than spectacular with enough fruit to the fore to dominate the overall taste. A decent session bitter that has its place although the prospectors have moved on. Towey1989 (2705) - Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire, ENGLAND - MAR 10, 2016
Cask at The Mulberry Leaves, Leek (Marstons) A clear pale amber colour with a medium white head. Aroma of caramel, toasted malts, some toffee, slight red berries, a little yeast and subtle spicy hops. Taste is similar of caramel, toffee, some toasted malts, slight red berries, a little yeast and subtle spicy hops. Medium bodied and soft carbonation. A dry, slightly fruity, malty bitterness in the finish. A decent bitter, got all the flavours that you would expect from a quintessential English pint. Good. Beer5000 (6441) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - MAR 3, 2016
Cask @ Southampton airport. Slightly unclear golden body with a light off-white head. Mild malty aroma. Flavor is mild, smooth malt, mild fruit, some toast and medium bitterness. Medium body and pleasant aftertaste of smooth malt and fruit. This beer really suits the cask format, a splendid uncomplicated, smooth British best bitter. Good choise for an airport bar.