Thursday, 22 November 2012

Southwold Bitter


Hey Guys and Girls, apologies for no post yesterday I was at the Keane concert, where I did go on to have a couple of pints of Hop Head from the Porterhouse, you can see my previous review here. Hope you enjoy :) !!!


Beer Name:
Southwold Bitter
Brewery:
Adnams
Brewed and Bottled:
Adnams,
Southwold,
Suffolk,
United Kingdom






Alcoholic Percentage:
4.1% Vol
Measure:
500ml
Taste:
Slight Bitterness, Metallic after taste, Smooth, Refreshing and Mild
Colour:
Medium Brown
Odour:
Slight Metallic


General Thoughts:
Southwold Bitter is a nice mellow beer, that is refreshing and smooth. It has a slight bitterness on the after taste which is pleasant. This beer does have a slight metallic after taste which isn't a quality that I look for in a good beer. I like a nice bitterness rather than a metallic after taste. This beer isn't huge in flavour, which unfortunately means that it doesn't stand out from the crowd which is disappointing. On the plus side this beer is smooth and refreshing and would be a good beer if your looking for something smooth and mellow. This wouldn't unfortunately be for someone that likes a strong flavoured beer, with a more complex taste, however it would appeal to some. On the whole its not a bad beer and would still recommend it as a nice refreshing, smooth beer. 

Price:
€2.00 (based on an average price)

Shane