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Beer – #14 in a series – Lancaster Bomber

Tonight I shall be tippling the Thwaits Lancaster Bomber

yeah, they say :

This chestnut-coloured beer is brewed using pale ale and crystal malt, which gives it a full-bodied flavour. A finely balanced hop character is enriched by the late addition of Styrian Goldings as a dry hop in each cask to give a prominent floral hop aroma and warming aftertaste.

Styrian Goldings, well that could be Pork Scratchings to the ill informed.

IT is a hoppy full aroma beer with a wonderful olde English beer taste. IT’s a less strong beer at 4.4 Alc/Vol and it comes as always in the pinty sized bottle. Poured with a nice head too I might add, always pleasant.

It is pleasing and pleasant and would be nice to have with company and around a file, it’s that kind of beer, sipping beer not quaffing beer (for my taste)

On the arbitrary stars-o-meter this is 7 our of 10. but is pushing the 8. Score!


One comment on “Beer – #14 in a series – Lancaster Bomber

  1. Pingback: Not being able to count and the beer list get closer to 100 | Pdubyah – a life just as ordinary.

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This entry was posted on March 31, 2012 by in Beer, Beer of England, Bitter, Justsaying and tagged , , , .

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