Ruddles County Review

22 Aug

Ruddles County

English Bitter

Rating: A-

Poured from bottle to pint glass.

Copper in color and cloudy.  Off-white head with very small bubbles that leave no lacing.  Strong, toasty aroma (almost burnt) with a hint of grape.  Smooth, light-medium body with low carbonation; a little thin, but not watery.  Taste is sweet, but not overpowering, with caramel and malt.  Aftertaste is peppery and bready and lingers pleasantly around the tonsils.  Very satisfying.

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