DonMagi (5593) - bantervile, Bedfordshire, ENGLAND - JUN 16, 2007
STBF07. Beer of the festival amazing beer, this is currently being made only for bottling with tesco at the moment. It will be avalible to everyone else in 6 months time, unless you come to blackfriers in 2 weeks time wehn i may have a cask. Aroma is purely raw amarrilo an syrian golding hops with a good dash of elderflower. Taste is similar so hoppy delicious i would want to drink this all day, elderflower hop juice amazing! chimplechamp (601) - Oslo, NORWAY - MAY 5, 2008
cask at paisley beer festival- pours cloudy orange amber nose is pure nut, pine grapefruit. taste is glorious, best hopped scottish brew. great bittering flavour, orange, grapefruitty goodness. vadersnightcap (80) - SCOTLAND - JUN 17, 2007
Edinburgh Beer Festival.
Cracking beer - the beer uses the elderflower alot better than Tradewinds does!
Very nice orangey hopey flavour through it with some great malt flavours too.
the best willaims brothers beer i have tasted Rogermoore (34) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JUN 17, 2007
Excellent beer at scottich beer fest.
I really like the powerfull hops aroma, sweet and american. Lovely beer.
Well done the brothers williams Leighton (22327) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAR 13, 2011
Gravity cask at the George, London. Pours hazy gold with no head, really. Not too much action on the nose, slight florals and sugary malts. Flavor is damn good, though, with a nicely layered malt character. Notes of honey, mild nuts, demerera suga, caramel, light bread, and some pine hops coming through at the end. Medium in body with fine carbonation. Finishes with great balance, not too sweet, lots going on, licks of hops linger on the tongue. Very damn good.
Stuartyboy (1760) - Ayr, SCOTLAND - DEC 6, 2012
Cask at the halfway house Edinburgh deep golden colour with slightly fruity floral nose sweet zesty fruity flavour with slightly bitter aftertaste Wundoo (3) - SCOTLAND - JUN 1, 2010 does not count
Fantastic ale for converting continental style lager drinkers to real ale. Particularly after a hot day involving exercise.
Fantastically creamy, redolent of boddington’s but strong and sweet with enough hoppiness to keep you gulping. Stays sweet to the bottom of the glass. Not a complex beer, peach and hops and cream. Excellent ale for kicking off an early, "unplanned" evening session. Capa (3448) - Kitsap, Washington, USA - MAY 14, 2011
Golden with a white head. Lightly biscuity, some sweet fruits, and a strong earthy hop presence. Medium bodied. Rather refreshing with a crisp finish. Enjoyable. (Cask at Memphis Taproom, Philadelphia)