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.
I do like Marshmellow beer from Oxfordshire ales. So thought I’d try a couple of others from them.
First up is the IPA, Churchill.
Quite frothy head, and deep colour. Quite fizzy almost lagery. It’s got a nice burnt sugary flavour and quite enjoyable. I think I got some orangeness as well.
Yeah, not bad, but not blown away.
Very light this was. Almost like a lager. After a bit of research it turns out that this ale was designed to bridge the gap between lager and ale to encourage younger drinkers. I have to say its not bad. Quite pale with a good head
Would probably drink this again. Not a great deal to write home about but pleasant enough.