Robinsons Dizzy Blonde


Part of my local shop 2 for £3. Not seen it before so always willing to try! Plus, I like the name.

Pours a fairly cloudy off amber with a large head. Quite lacy with simple hoppy smells.

Tastes quite country like, grass/straw flavours. Pretty refreshing, however quite dry with a toffee or caramaly aftertaste.

I don’t like blonde lagers so was a little worried it might be a bit like that but pleasantly proved wrong. I would drink again. Very drinkable.


Oxfordshire Ales Triple B


This is their ‘everyday’ drinking ale. So wasn’t expecting masses. But I was pleasantly surprised. It was extremely drinkable.

Another pretty fizzy beginning, and a golden amber colour.

A little malty and some ‘country woodiness’ but nothing overpowering. I think the term is ‘good BBQ beer’!

Would definitely buy again, but probably only when on offer.