RichTheVillan (7766) - Birmingham, West Midlands, ENGLAND - OCT 27, 2016
Cask at Birmingham Beer Festival 2016; clear yellow pour with a thin white head, aroma has sweet malts, taste has sweet malts, hint of citrus. bhensonb (15094) - Woodland, California, USA - DEC 20, 2014
From the file last updated in 2010. Bottle from the brewery. Pours gold. Aroma is citrus/malt. Flavor is citrus/roast malt. Somewhat bitter. SilkTork (5728) - Southampton, United Kingdom, Hampshire, ENGLAND - JUN 27, 2008
Brewery Tap, Burton. Sherbet aroma - vanilla and icing sugar. Delicate pale malt with soft, fragrant hops. A delicate and pleasant ale. berkshirejohn (6451) - Bracknell, Berkshire, ENGLAND - MAY 14, 2008
Cask at the Brewery Tap, Burton. Amber with a thin creamy head; citrus aroma; creamy with a crisp citrus flavour and a grainy body; gently bitter finish wirh some grapefruit. Nice, but not exciting. anders37 (26227) - Malmö, SWEDEN - DEC 31, 2007
Cask @ Market Porter, Borough. Pours a clear golden color with a small white head. Malty fruity hoppy aroma. Sweet malty flavor with some grassy hints. Has a sweetish malty finish.
DonMagi (5593) - bantervile, Bedfordshire, ENGLAND - NOV 12, 2007
Cask in the market porter. Aroma is quite earthy, pale biscuity malts, grassy. Taste is similar and just an alround decent british bitter. MesandSim (7117) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - NOV 11, 2007
A Mes rate: Cask at the Market Porter.dnas2 (705) - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, ENGLAND - AUG 23, 2006
Golden brown with no head. Diacetyl, sulphur and dust. Pretty out of order.
Cask, Derby BF 2006. Golden with a very fruity scent with touches of honey and caramel. Quite thick on the palate, sweetness hits you later. Dissappointing in the mouth due to the lack of aromas. Only a hint of honey and grapefruit here. RoyceH (1199) - Hesperange, LUXEMBOURG - JUL 7, 2006
Cask, Derby Ale Festival (Coors stand). Yellowy colour, small white head. Lots of hops, grapefruit. Taste is bitter, touch of sweetness. Very light body, finishes dry. chriso (7533) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAY 18, 2005
On cask at the Coors Visitor Centre (formerly known as the Bass Museum). This is a decidedly odd set-up these days. Although Interbrew bought the old Bass empire, they were required (because of competition law requirements) to sell part of it. This included the Bass brewery at Burton, which Coors bought. Although Bass was brewed there for a while, its now made elsewhere and production is mainly Coors brands. Which is a bit odd considering the museum focuses almost entirely on Bass and its history. Anyway, this beer was a very pale gold colour, slightly hazy and served rather too cold, so the aroma was initially muted. However, a quite pungent, resinous hop presence developed as it warmed. The flavour is less pungent but still markedly hoppy, with the emphasis on citrus. The finish is a tad soft, but overall its a pretty decent beer.