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This is a chestnut coloured ale, with a malty aroma and strong toffee notes.
The taste has an immediate sweetness that runs to finish, with a covering hop bitterness.
Good Amber bitter ale from the Ringwood Brewery branch of Marston’s in Hampshire.
This is a dark red coloured ale, with a spicy, fruit aroma. It has a strong ale taste with spice and dried fruit notes. This is a good strong ale and a good winter ale. Tasting notes from the brewery recommend paring with a strong Cheddar cheese. Adams Brewery, Southwold, Suffolk
This is a very dark chestnut colour, with strong rich malt aroma. It has a malty barley wine taste, with spicey Christmas notes.
This is my favourite ale in France, well Normandy, available throughout France. Although the Pelican Brewery has benn part of Heineken since 1988, this remains a good ale if you like darker, stronger malt beers.
This is a pinky gold coloured ale, with a flowery hop and sweet malt and peach aroma, with a citrus note. It has a deep fruity hop bitterness balanced with a malt sweetness. It has a hop bitter follow-on. Brewed by the Siren Craft Brewery, Finchampstead, Berkshire, with Motueka, Magnum, Chinook, Centennial and Mosaic hops. Siren Craft Brewery
This is a golden coloured ale, with a light fruity fresh aroma, like a German . It retains a foamy head, with a warming hoppy bitter sweetness, reminiscent of a Belgian White beer. It also has a champagne sparkle.
This is a dark golden, hazy ale with a Weiss Bier sharp aroma. It has a Weiss Bier taste with English malt bitter ale notes. This is a slightly confusing ale, telling you by aroma that is a weiss bier, whilst tasting more like an English malt bitter. It is brewed by the oldest brewery in Plymouth. Summerskill Brewery