This is a “Premium Ale” brewed in Cheshire that doesn’t excite me very much I’m afraid.
Pouring a light straw colour with a frothy cream head, the smell is bruised apples and hay bales.
There’s a fruit shortcake malt that comes with sultanas, some bran flakes and a little toffee burned at the edges.
The hops are a bit indistinct, a light, almost gone out, hedgerow thing, but there’s just not enough presence to really give you much joy.
As a result the finish is watery and thin, sticky sweet honey but with nowhere near enough bitterness.
Source: Best Of British Beer