When Titus Salt built Saltaire (the famous model village, now a World Heritage site) in 1853, it did not even include a pub, now it has a brewery named after it. After our visit to Saltaire and buying some new Saltaire beers, I thought I needed to review them all together.
These are the Saltaire beers I have had so far.
Saltaire, Blonde from England
4.0% gold colour with a thin head, nice fruity aroma, and a good citrus hop taste not a bad beer.
Saltaire, Strawberry Republika from England.
4.1% gold colour with a thin head, slight strawberry aroma, taste is more like apricot and not so much strawberry, it is not nice at all, I can see how some would like it but defiantly not me, never again. If you are wondering why I bought it, the price was good and I did not read the label.
Saltaire, Cascade Pale Ale from England
4,8% gold colour with a thin head, citrus hop aroma slightly sweet but dry grapefruit citrus hop taste, nice refreshing beer.
Saltaire, Crystal Red from England.
4.4% amber colour with a good head, toffee malt aroma and a nice caramel toffee taste.
Saltaire, Triple Chocoholic from England
4.8% black with a nice head, roast malt and chocolate aroma, the taste is bitter chocolate.
Saltaire, Raspberry Blonde from England
4.0% gold colour (not red or pink) with a nice head, red berries maybe raspberry aroma, some raspberry flavour in the taste.