Over the past couple of weeks we have been away on holiday, first in Warwick and then on to a cabin just outside Thirsk. I bought many beers while away but they are still in bottles to drink, so to start for now, I will cover the draught beers I had in Warwick and London.
Allsop Arms, Best Bitter from England
3.9% amber colour with a good head, decent aroma and taste, not too bad. The Allsop Arms is pub in Marylebone London, not sure if this was a new beer or just a mock up.
Green King, Magna Carta from England
5.0% amber colour with a nice head, fruity aroma and taste, not too bad, also from The Allsop Arms.
Church End, Goats Milk from England
3.8% gold colour with a nice head, hoppy aroma and taste, I am a bit tired of all these hoppy beers.
North Cotswold, Shagweaver from England
4.5% gold colour with a nice head, I think that these hoppy beers are starting to get to me, it was just ok.
Byatt's, XK Dark from England
3.5% dark brown in colour with a nice head, fruity roasted malt aroma and a very similar taste.
Wood Farm, No. 8 from England
5.0% amber colour with a nice head, not much aroma, some fruit in the taste.
Wood Farm, Best Bitter from England
4.2% gold colour with a good head, pretty ordinary bitter but saying that not too bad.
More to follow from Warwick soon.