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Brewed by Roosters
Style: Golden Ale/Blond Ale
Knaresborough, England

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RATINGS: 26   MEAN: 3.23/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.19/5   EST. CALORIES: 117   ABV: 3.9%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Named after the 1969 John Wayne film that centres around the character of Rooster Cogburn, Rooster’s True Grit is a bold, pale ale with aromas of citrus fruit and a lasting, bitter finish.

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Finn (8155) - Tromsø, NORWAY - APR 24, 2017
Fra cask på Sir John Hawkshaw, London 3 Apr 17. Lys gylden. Lavt luftig skum. Litt uklar. Aroma av plommer. Smaken det samme. Blir litt syrlig etter hvert. Tørr bitter ettersmak. Plommepreget henger i.

1.5
Stuu666 (14843) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - MAR 27, 2017
Cask at the foot of the walk. Pours golden, nose is vinegar, floral, taste is similar, probably off.

2.6
cgarvieuk (25992) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - MAR 27, 2017
Cask at the foot of the walk... Light golden yellow... Thin white lacing.. Soft herbal sour fruit... Tart sour fruit... Revsit this

3.3
john44 (3402) - SW London, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAR 21, 2017
Cask Pint at Edward Rayne (JDW), Raynes Park in Jan 2017 - Yellowy Gold in colour. Average off-white head. Good lacing. Citrus orange and lemon, notes of grapefruit. Some grassy hop bitterness. Biscuity malts, caramel. Sweetish citrus fruity malty throughout. Quite tasty for low ABV. Easy drinking. Sessionable. (2017-01)

3.5
HenrikSoegaard (14620) - Randers, DENMARK - MAR 19, 2017
Cask. Frothy White fair mostly lasting head. Yellow colour. Light malty and moderate hoppy aroma. Lemon notes. Moderate bitter flavor. Average moderate bitter finish. Creamy palate.

3.3
Parmenion777 (357) - Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 26, 2017
UPDATED: FEB 26, 2017 A clear golden colour with a small soapy near white head. A fruity aroma, melon and lime with some grassy hops. A dry, light sweet malt and fruit taste with a light citrusy bitterness in the finish.

3.5
The_Osprey (9159) - Richmond, Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 22, 2017
Cask handpull at The Crosse Keys London as Roosters True Grit, 3.9%. Coincidentally I just finished reading the book. Golden yellow, translucent and still with a scummy beige head. Aroma is melon, pale sugary malt and elderflower. Body is smooth with soft carbonation. Taste has plenty of melon and sugary malt, gummy sweets, straw, elderflower and lemongrass. Clearly in top condition and drinking very well today. Good golden ale.

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fonefan (51126) - VestJylland, DENMARK - FEB 8, 2017

Cask (handpump) @ Craft Beer Co - Clerkenwell, 82 Leather Lane, Farringdon, Greater London, England EC1N 7TR.

[ As Roosters True Grit ].
Clear medium orange yellow color with a average, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting, off-white to white head. Aroma is moderate malty, pale malt, caramel, light hoppy, grass, fruity, UK yeast notes. Flavor is moderate sweet and light to moderate bitter with a average duration, pale malt, fruity malt. Body is medium to light, texture is oily to watery, carbonation is soft to flat. [20150217]
6-3-6-3-12

3.7
SarkyNorthener (4847) - West Bromwich (Yorkshire Expat), West Midlands, ENGLAND - FEB 8, 2017
[email protected] bellwether, wednesbury. Golden beer with tight medium head and some lacing. Aroma is citrus and some hop. Taste is citrus, tropical fruit, zezty and a little resin. Good.

3.6
WingmanWillis (420) - Surrey, ENGLAND - JAN 1, 2017
Cask at the William Withering. Pours clear gold with a decent white head. Aroma is grass, citrus fruits and a little hop. Taste is a little malt and straw at first then the bitter hop kicks in with a hint of lemon. Well kept and overall a decent beer.


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