St Peter's Brewery Ales
Having discovered the wonders of the St Peter's Brewery a mixed case of ale was ordered... here is a review of those beers which have been sampled from their range.
Spiced Ale - Cinnamon and AppleFairly malty, aromatic but little apple taste and not sweet - only the cinnamon flavour can be detected to distinguish it from other beers.
Spiced Ale - Lemon and GingerDistinctively lemon and ginger in a lightly hopped ale, which works quite well - but we didn't particularly enjoy it.
Fruit Beer - Elderberry[tasting soon!]
Fruit Beer - GrapefruitA light ale, with a fresh grapefruit smell - initial grapefruit tang, clean finish. Very easy to drink.
Old-Style PorterHeavy, chocolatey, delicious.
Winter AleDeep red colour, delicious malty and slightly spicey taste reminiscent of Christmas pud.
Best BitterA delicious full ale, very satisfying. Pleasing whatever your preference.
Strong AleA delicious English ale. Smooth, with a slightly nutty aftertaste. The perfect blend of hops and malted barley - very tasty!
Organic AleA light ale, very delicate in flavour - almost lagerlike.
Golden AleLight and hoppy, approaching the taste of a lager but still satisfying for an ale lover!
Suffolk GoldA bitter ale, hoppy aftertaste.
Wheat BeerLight, very crisp and easy to drink, with a lager like flavour.
This page last updated: 19 July 2004
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