Tewdric’s Tipple is an easy drinking session beer.
Light and fruity, there’s a decent crunchy golden syrup and Hovis biscuit malt, you know, all sweet and salty at the same time.
You get a rich honey too and a little orchard fruit juice before the hops give you a lightly but delightfully dry and spicy nettle and blackberry leaf bitterness that makes for a long crisp and slightly fruity finish.
The only odd thing is that I can barely detect any aroma save for the merest hint of peppered caramel, but that certainly doesn’t stop this being a beer I’d happily drink regularly.
Source: Best Of British Beer