This is pretty good.
Not an earth shaking beer by any means, it’s simply a very drinkable drink pacled with flavour given its low ABV.
Tatton Ale pours a deep autumnal red and smells of damp leaf litter and chewy toffee.
From the malts there’s a very nice, slightly spicy caramel, a little shortcake crunch and a light bruised apple background hum.
And then there’s sharp stinging nettle and green tea hops that go all English winter countryside on you, with lots of browning Russet apples, pine resin, hazel leaves and hedgerows.
The finish is bitter and dry and nutty.
I could drink this all evening.
Source: Best Of British Beer