Wednesday, 5 December 2012

Ruddles County


Hey Everyone, so today's beer review is from the Ruddles Brewery in the United Kingdom, I hope you enjoy : ) !!!


Beer Name:
Ruddles County
Brewery:
Ruddles Brewery
Brewed and Bottled:
Ruddles Brewing
Bury St. Edmunds
Suffolk, 
England,
United Kingdom




Alcoholic Percentage:
4.7% Vol
Measure:
500ml
Taste:
Bitter, Strong Hops, Slight Citrus
Colour:
Brown, Slight Red Tint
Odour:
Hops, Slight Sweetness


General Thoughts:
Ruddles County is a really nice, full flavoured beer. This is a very refreshing beer that has the deep full hops flavour that you want from a good beer. This beer also leaves you with a bitter after taste making you want to just go back for more and more. This beer starts off with the bitter hops note and then moves on to a slight sweetness. This is a very well balanced beer due to the bitterness and slight sweetness. Ruddles County also has a fundamental citrus flavour, provided again from the hops used, but this is a flavour that really makes this beer stand out. This is a nice smooth beer with very little carbonation. I was very impressed with this beer as it ticks a lot of the boxes for characteristics and attributes that I look for in a great beer. I would highly recommend this beer to anyone who enjoys a good, deep, full flavoured beer with a strong hops flavour.   

Price:
€2.79 (Based on Average Price)

Shane