Leighton (21239) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JUL 8, 2011
Cask at the Crosse Keys, JDW. Pours dark brown with a foamy, tan head. Quite a bit of dark, cocoa malts and dry-roast coffee on the nose. Flavor is incredibly smooth and well-rounded. Medium sweet, just mild roasty bitterness, some dry, roasted malts, subtle earth, a little bit of bread. Medium bodied with fine, relaxed carbonation. Very light drying on the finish, restrained roastiness, hints of alcohol, light cocoa. Very drinkable if not highly complex. cgarvieuk (24465) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - AUG 3, 2011
cask at gbbf ... dark black ... thin tan head ... soft chocolate roast ... dark malts ... dark fruits ... juicy soft roast ... light charcoal ... nice balance .. johndoughty (5446) - cheslyn hay, West Midlands, ENGLAND - MAY 17, 2015
Bottle. Black with a small head. Dry, medium body with some maltiness. A pleasant but average beer. I thought it was more like a cstout than a strong ale. berkshirejohn (6499) - Bracknell, Berkshire, ENGLAND - JUL 13, 2010
Cask at the William Morris (JDW), Hammersmith. A deep reddish chestnut colour with a loose cream head; rich earthy malt aroma with some chocolate; pleasantly sourish fruit flavours with a solid earthy malt background; the finish is sharp at first, but then develops into a smooth bitter toffee with a touch of smoke. Very pleasant. SilkTork (5737) - Southampton, United Kingdom, Hampshire, ENGLAND - JUL 28, 2011
JDW Dartford after the 2011 Dartford Half Marathon. Burnt toffee. Wild and rough at the edges. Tasty and strong. An interesting beer full of flavours and very drinkable. I like a beer with character. I don’t like plastic smoothness. This is good.
oh6gdx (26488) - Vasa, FINLAND - AUG 10, 2011
[email protected]chriso (7533) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - SEP 1, 2011
Quite much black colour, not much head. Aroma is liquorice, wood and some mild raisins as well. Flavour is toasted malts, mild roasted notes, some slight wooden and sweet malty notes.
Cask (handpump) at the Great British Beer Festival (day 3) on 4 August 2011. Very dark brown colour, almost black. No head to speak of. Distinctly fruity - dark berries, plums and maybe raisins. Also chocolate and moderately roasted malt, particularly on the palate. Some, slightly burnt, bitterness. Very tasty, if difficult to categorise. I tend to find Weltons beers a bit hit and miss but this one was a definite hit.
The_Osprey (7984) - Richmond, Greater London, ENGLAND - DEC 18, 2015
Cask at The Willow Walk as ’Weltons Headless Horseman’. Dark brown, red hue, small scummy tan head, light lacing. Aroma is raisin and dark bread. Body is medium, smooth, low carbonation. Taste is rhubarb, raisin, touch of raspberry, toasted teacake, a little dried apple. Papery dry finish with a touch of salt. Fruity yet dry. Very drinkable for a relatively high ABV. Plenty to like about this. yespr (45443) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - AUG 3, 2010
From cask at The Plough and Harrow. Pours clear and golden deep amber with a small off-white head. Aroma is roasted malty, light breadish and toffee. Breadish and roasted malt into the finish. Nice roasted. Ungstrup (37574) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - JUL 14, 2011
From cask at The Plough and Harrow, London. A red-brown beer with a thin brown head. The aroma has notes of roasted barley and caramel, as well as hints of soy sauce. The flavor is sweet with notes of malt as well as lighter notes of chocolate and roasted malt, leading to a dry roasted finish.