Sadler’s Brewery Reigndeer (5%)

I really like Sadler’s.
Just because you can get their beer in Asda and Aldi and the like doesn’t mean you should ignore them.
Take this beer as an example.
Pouring a rich copper, the smell is toffee apples and bracken.
The malting is rich and round and smooth, all runny honey on brown bread, toffee brittle and digestive biscuits, and the hops – Challenger, Goldings and First Gold – give you a very nice lip puckering stinging nettle and hedgerow pithiness, some lemon rind and a little pear juice, all of which leads you towards the crisp finish.
Yup, Sadler’s make some great beer.

Source: Sadler’s Brewery

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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