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Brewed by Tring
Style: Bitter
Tring, England
Serve in English pint

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RATINGS: 29   MEAN: 3.2/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.17/5   EST. CALORIES: 111   ABV: 3.7%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Cask; Regular.
A light brown quaffing ale with a hint of sweetness and caramel on the palate. Challenger hops impart a gentle bitterness, which is matched by a late hop aroma from Styrian Goldings.

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3.2
madmitch76 (25344) - , Essex, ENGLAND - JUL 15, 2017
5th July 2017
Chelmsford Beer Festival. Cask. Light haze on this amber beer, small white head. Palate is smooth but has just modest carbonation. Smooth semi sweet malts, little caramel. Mild orchard fruits, slightly ripe. Smooth finish. Tasty enough but has condition issues.

3.1
ThirstyBird (2992) - Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - MAR 18, 2017
On cask at the brewery, pours a clear amber and a loose tan head. The smell is toasted malt, caramel, herbal notes. The beer tastes herbal, toasted malt, caramel while ending dry and slightly bitter. The body is light with mild carbonation.

3.5
FatPhil (16919) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - JUL 1, 2015
Draught (Devonshire Arms, Cambridge)
Lovely sweet bready, slightly nutty aroma. Beautiful soft palate. More breadiness in the taste. Lovely twiggy bitterness. Classic bitter, makes me want to drink more. Great at 3.7%.

4.2
Paddywagon (2) - - AUG 14, 2014 does not count
On tap at Spotted Dog in Flamstead, from cask. Dark amber colour, thin, off white head. Smooth, yes fruity taste, very very drinkable. Fantastic beer.

3.9
Erzengel (9344) - Wuppertal, GERMANY - AUG 4, 2014
Smooth and malty-sweetish beginning. Highly drinkable. Nutty malt aroma, hints of fruit. Nicely smooth. The aftertaste is malty, fresh, hazelnuts with fruity hints. Not much bitterness. Great!!

2.7
mR_fr0g (13171) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - MAR 22, 2014
Cask at the farmers boy St Albans. Pale copper colour with thin white head. Aroma is caramel biscuit malt, slight stale and a hint of apple. Flavour is grainy tanin, some caramel. Thin watery palate and some chalk. Not great.

3.4
jjsint (3435) - Leicester, Leicestershire, ENGLAND - MAR 8, 2014
UPDATED: SEP 12, 2014 Cask @ Lamb, Stoke Goldington. Pours a light brown. Not a lot of head. Malty, vinous smell. Dough, slight astringency, hint of something herby. Soft fruit and toffee. Taste is sweet with a tempering savoury/spicy flavour that lifts it a bit above the ’twiggy/ordinary brown bitter’. Bitterness in the palette. Pretty good, especially for the low ABV.

3.4
EdKing (2640) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - SEP 29, 2013
House beer at the Rising Sun pub in Berkhamsted brewed by Tring Brewery. Colour is dark brown with some good clarity. Nose is caramel, nutty, little bit of chocolate malt, slightly toasty malt, ale fruity English hop character. Taste as above. Decent beer.
Earlier Rating: 11/26/2011 Total Score: 2.7
Cask in The Kings Arms, Berkhamsted. Colour is light brown bitter. Fruity, Malty light bitter, touch of suphur, possibly on the turn. Caramel and light bitterness.

2.9
thepegjett (1260) - Cambridge (via Winnipeg), Cambridgeshire, ENGLAND - MAY 12, 2012
Light citrus and melon aroma, leaving a light sweet and bitter flavour. Mid body, with a mid golden colour. Ok.

3.7
BlackHaddock (7583) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - APR 7, 2012
3rd Half at a beerfest in The George Inn, Eccleshall (April 2012). Hand pulled. Amber body with an off-white crown on top. Malts in the nose and taste, good flavours for the alcohol level: this is a fine session beer and I could quiet happily stayed on it all night, but there were other goodies to try!


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