Disappointing. Expecting much much more caramel than this. Bit sour, bitter burnt taste. Not a drop of caramel as far as I can tell.
I guess it’s alright as a beer if you dropped the caramel from the label. Shan’t rush out for it again.
Its rather bitter, and very lively
Very dark, burnt dark chocolate and almost like a burnt sausage. I’m not a massive fan of burnt meats…
I should think this would be okay if you’re sitting around infront of a fire with some nice cheeses, but not for me…. Sorry
Anyway, not a great deal to write home about. Simple citrus and hops, slight grapefruitness and orange.
Again, a bit too lemony for my top 20.
I don’t recall ever reviewing this, but I should do so, even though I reckon I’ve been through all the badger range!
Quite fruity, even “normal” for the norm of badgers. A slight hoppiness, and “grassy” flavours with a decent head on it. Hung around for a while.
Quite deep malts in it which brings the biscuitness of it all. Would class as slightly better than a session beer,
Always a classic (as my mate Andy is always telling me) – but got to admit, its a good beer.
Quite malty, which I like, and not too hoppy. Although I am fond of hops, but it seems a bit of a (not session) but normal “i fancy a pint, pint”
Back to one of my favourites… I think this was the first wheat based beer I had and thus, opened my eyes to the wonders of wheat beer. It knocked my for about 16 when I first had it. Who knows it if was because I was into lager at the time, or if its genuinely that good. But I tried again, and again, and its a bloody great beer.
I will try again in about 2 years nd ensure its not my inexperience in ale, but I’m assuming I will really enjoy it again.
Lovely sweety finish with some sweetness in there, and possible caramel, with the huge straw based back end.