iamjond (7) - ENGLAND - AUG 12, 2005 does not count
A really nice bitter. I have some very happy memories of this stuff.
My personal experience is that the bottles taste a lot better than cask.
Great shame that it’s been made virtually extinct by Theakston’s Cool Cask which is a very average ale. I can’t find the bottles on anymore anymore :( and only know one pub with it on tap.
I guess it’s not so popular because of it’s low alcohol content. Sometimes it’s good just to have a great tasting beer. It doesn’t have to always be about getting drunk quick. Too often breweries are replacing great light beers with super strength crap.
fr21555 (4) - USA - MAY 6, 2005 does not count
One of the greatest ales there are. It’s certainly one of my favorites if not #1. An excellent session beer when you can find it well kept. Sigmund (8010) - Tau, NORWAY - FEB 13, 2002
UPDATED: MAR 18, 2007 An excellent real ale cask bitter. I wonder if you guys who don’t like it really like English bitters at all?? Charlieboy (62) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - NOV 29, 2009
My favourite session pint, floral and lemon and lime aroma. Rich malt palate with tangy fruit and a dry finish ekstedt (7005) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - JUN 28, 2017
Cask at Kays Bar, Edinburgh, Scotland. Clear golden, medium wjite head. Fruity aroma with notes of coconuts, floral hops. Medium bodied, low carbonation. Dry, medium bitterness.