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Brewed by Wild Clover Breweries
Style: Brown Ale
Western Cape: Stellenbosch, South Africa

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RATINGS: 17   MEAN: 3.08/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.05/5   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
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English Brown Ale

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3.3
madmitch76 (25383) - , Essex, ENGLAND - OCT 19, 2017
6th September 2017
Hackney Bottleshare. Thanks to Scopey. Light haze on this amber beer, good cream colour head. Airy palate, semi dry, reasonable fine carbonation. Soft fluffy malts, creamy sweet with toffee and caramel. Light spice. Modest dried fruits. Smooth sweet finish. Tidy brown.

3.3
mR_fr0g (13226) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - SEP 11, 2017
Bottle shared at Leighton's place. 06/09/2017. Many thanks to Paul for this one. A clear deep reddy amber coloured pour with a a halo of beige head. Aroma is sweet, burnt toffee, nutty, light raisin loaf. Flavour is composed of semi sweet, toffee, nutty, raisin, malt loaf, little jammy fruit. Palate is semi sweet, frothy carboantion. Not bad

3.3
Leighton (22056) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - SEP 6, 2017
Bottle shared in London - many thanks to Paul. Pours clear amber with a tight, creamy off-white head. The nos head some English yeast, lightly toasted brown bread. Light sweet flavour with more brown bread, a little toast, toffee, faint leafy hops. Ligh bodied with average carbonation. Finishes with more toasted toffee, mellow leafy bitterness. Not bad overall.

2.7
Scopey (15500) - Croydon, Greater London, ENGLAND - SEP 6, 2017
Bottle at LKS. It pours clear reddish brown with a medium beige head. The aroma is earthy, woody, toasted nut, earthy, must, brown bread, leather, bit oxidised and caramel. The taste is crisp, dry, bitter, toasted nut, earth, leather, caramel, spice, dried fruits, damp leaves and chewy stuff. Medium body and moderate carbonation. Pretty basic stuff.

3.6
dimeon (363) - Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA - AUG 23, 2017
A: Clear mahogany with a medium tan head. N: Dark caramel. Toffee. T: Nice bitterness. Amber malt aplenty. P: Medium O: Well made. Good balance between easy drinking and subtle complexities.

3.1
Wim (4133) - Weelde, BELGIUM - AUG 18, 2017
On holiday in south africa in the wild clover brewpub taster amber colored body with an off white head and with a spicy citrus fruity malt aroma a spicy citrus fruity malt sweet taste with a light bitter finish

4
AntonyWilson (440) - Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA - MAY 18, 2017
330ml Bottle: Pours a hazy amber with thin off-white head. Aromas of caramel, brown sugar and chocolate. Amazing flavours of caramel, fruit and spicy hops one would expect from an english brewed ale. Medium bodied, medium to low carbonation, medium to low bitterness. Overall a really great example of an english brown ale, brewed right here in RSA. Lovely.

3.6
BeerLieutenant38 (156) - Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA - MAY 6, 2017
Red amber with small white head. Malty aroma. Smooth flavour with a fairly bitter finish. It’s a really nice easy drinking ale.

2.8
hrabren (1366) - Zagreb, CROATIA - APR 20, 2017
Huge thanks to Goran for bringing this from South Africa. Shared with him and Višnja 666. Murky amber, minimal white head. Malty, light fruity, light hoppy, slightly off. No profile, light dry. Medium body, medium carbonation, moderate finish. Nothing special.

3.4
DuffMan (10610) - the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta, CANADA - MAR 13, 2017
Bottle. Medium sienna hue, extremely carbonated, but the head settles nicely into a creamy eggshell layer. Aroma is bready and lightly toasty. Flavours follow suit, with nuances of nuts and floral honey. Gassy, but not bad.


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