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Archives: September 2013

Guinness

20th September, 2013

Swirling clouds tumble as the storm begins to calm. Settle. Breathe in the moment, then break through the smooth, light head to the bittersweet reward. Unmistakeably GUINNESS®, from the first velvet sip to the last, lingering drop. And every deep-dark satisfying mouthful in between. Pure beauty.

Bombardier Smooth

20th September, 2013

A burnished copper colour, it has a rich, tempting aroma of peppery hops and raisins, while the palate is dominated by more dark fruit, juicy malt and tangy hops.

Marstons Oyster Stout

20th September, 2013

English Aroma Hops, Fuggles and Goldings are added for their fruity, floral and spicy contribution to the taste with the majority of the bitterness coming from the roasted malts. The final result is a rich, dark and extremely creamy smooth stout with good character and strength.

Courage Best Bitter

20th September, 2013

Pale brown in appearance with a bitter after taste, Courage Best Bitter consumers enjoy its lower ABV of 4% that allows them the opportunity to enjoy their favourite ale for longer.

Boddingtons

20th September, 2013

John Smiths

20th September, 2013

John Smith’s Extra Smooth was launched in 1993 and is now the nation’s number 1 ale. The boffins say it has a distinct cereal character, with malty, caramel notes being complemented by some fruitiness. But we just think it’s a right good pint.

Fuller’s London Pride

20th September, 2013

Worthington Creamflow

20th September, 2013

Worthington’s is a family of beers with Character made by experienced brewers who are 100% confident in the taste and quality of every single pint. Brewed in Burton-on-Trent it, the home of British Brewing, each pint is signed off from field to glass: We care so much about the quality...

Tetley Smoothflow

20th September, 2013

Tetley’s Smoothflow is a smoothflow ale first brewed in Leeds in 1822, light and easy drinking with a creamy caramel bitter sweetness balanced with a pleasant hoppiness and a soft caramel finish.

Bass Smooth

20th September, 2013

Bass Trademark No 1 is still brewed to an original recipe using only the finest ingredients and the experience of generations. Bass is brewed with two strains of yeast to produce a complex nutty, malty taste with subtle hop undertones.