Boddingtons Pub Ale

By on February 23, 2007 @ 5 PM (No Comments)

Pours light amber or dark gold color with very smooth creamy head. Aroma is creamy and smooth too. Carbonation is very light to almost non-existent. Another word about the head is it is so long lasting, the best I’ve seen since my last pour of a Unibroue product, and head clings to sides of glass. Kind of a sharp taste, very lip-smacking. Has a floating widget like I found in Beamish stout. Breaking in a new tasting glass sent to me by my beloved son. Thanks John, it really collects the aroma. Sitting, swirling, and smelling great times. This is a damn good ale. Just what I needed. Maybe I was lagered out. Good healthy malts and fairly heavy hops make this a very satisfying pour. Glad I bought a four pack. Will definitely keep in the rotation. Deeply satisfying, a good ale for a cool day – 60 degrees. Glad I didn’t try it a year ago, it would have been too sharp for my poor American taste.

Boddingtons Pub Ale Rating: 7 out of 10 (?)


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