This one is another I picked up at last weeks trip out to Fish & Beer last week.
I have a soft spot for swing top bottles, so classy and old fashioned looking. They still bring back memories of nutter trendies using the Grolsh swing tops in their shoes copying the utter dross Bros. Probably the only reason why Grolsh became so popular.
So this beer pours cloudy amber with a small lasting white head. Sweet malt and caramel dominate on the intake leaving more caramel, a bit of lemon and a light bitterness in the aftertaste. Feels a bit watery in the mouthfeel.
All in all, this is very average, not one I'd bother with again. It scaled 5/10 on the beerometer.
Alc : 5.3%
Where to buy : Fish & Beer