zexpe (39) - SCOTLAND - JUN 3, 2011
This beer varies a lot - sometimes great, sometimes awful. Used to drink in Southampton in Cask form. pierats (1) - California, USA - NOV 13, 2012 does not count
Very pleased to find this cask beer on tap at the British Beer Company in Chelmsford Mass eRock_2013 (474) - South Carolina, USA - FEB 9, 2015
I found this to be a delicious English bitter ale, made all the more enjoyable in the setting of a somewhat authentic British style pub here in South Carolina. On draft, this poured a ruby reddish-brown copper appearance with good lacing and some white head. Aroma of English hops and caramel malt, rich aroma intensity. Tasty and smooth, featuring an almost chocolately caramel maltiness, with an earthy bitterness that finishes cleanly. Some warm spice notes here and there. Medium-full bodied, comfortably filling, overall a very pleasant experience. I will definitely try this again. Holmen2 (3731) - NORWAY - MAY 6, 2015
Pint from cask at Matt & Phred’s in Manchester. Nutty brown. Persistent off-white head and lacing. Soft aroma of medium dak malt,syrup and dark berries. Similar, but more pronounced taste. More bitterness and hops in aftertaste, buy still balanced with.sweet malt. Very quaffable! dave360 (8) - - AUG 5, 2017 does not count
Nice looking beer smells ok taste nice defiantly one for me I shall keep buying this beer as it's s good beer
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HighlanderOne (1344) - York, SC via NJ, South Carolina, USA - JAN 1, 2010
Poured from bottle (500ml). Aroma of burnt toffee and raisin. Red mahogany, large bubbles in tan head. Roasted malt, cocoa, dried fruit, veggies and banana in flavor. Just a bit watery feel. Slight coffee-ish bitterness noticed about halfway through. Improves as it warms. Quite a nice beer. beerme31 (686) - Holly Springs, North Carolina, USA - NOV 1, 2011
Bottle. Pours dark amber full tan head. Aroma of caramel, dark fruits. Flavor is medium sweet. Full body, soft carbonation, light bitter in the finish. Nice balance of sweet and bitter. Overall quite enjoyable. wheresthepath (2342) - Buckinghamshire, ENGLAND - NOV 20, 2011
[Cask at the Hobgoblin, High Wycombe] I’ve always liked this beer, and I’m quite surprised that I haven’t actually rated the cask version before. Nowadays it seems to be delivered through a huge, lager-style tap that somewhat surprisingly is still actually a cask handpump. Think this might be a marketing faux pas - it may alienate their traditional market, whilst the mass market they’re clearly targetting will stick to their known big brands. However, nice to see one of the big regional brewers doing something to try to keep up with the times. Now, to the beer itself - it pours a chestnut colour with a moderate creamy head. Fruit and toffee great you initially, before an oaky flavour develops at the back of your mouth with odd hints of sawdust. Rich, smooth and comforting, this beer is still a fine one despite the strength reductions. c7 Edtorrey (26) - Maryland, USA - APR 20, 2012
Malty and bitter with light aroma hop. Bitter finish but not unpleasant. Medium to dry mouthfeel.
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On tap in Kent. Creamy light brown ale with a nice malt nose. Surprisingly refreshing. Herbs in aroma. Great.