Archive for the ‘Mild’ Category

Brewery –          Coach House

Beer –                  Gun Powder Mild

Alcohol –           3.8%

Origin –              Warrington, Cheshire

Style –                Mild

Season –            Autumn / Winter

Another stunningly good mild!

A beautifully deep dark red brew, with a foamy tan head, with a nose of liqourice, and treacle.

Packed full of blackcurrent flavours, this beer is incredibly moreish with more hints of treacle and liquorice with a sweet lengthy finish.



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Derwent – W& M Mild

Brewery –          Derwent Brewery

Beer –                  W & M Mild

Alcohol –          3.7%

Origin –             Wigton, Cumbria

Style –               Mild

Season –           Winter

I’ve got to say that over the past few months I’ve become a big fan of Mild’s. Mild’s have a bad reputation as being boring, lacking flavour, and for being a staple of the Northern local boozer.

However, Mild’s are seeing a bit of a resurgence, and for good reasons!

This beer is a deep ruby red in colour with a smooth creamy white head.

Full of flavour, it has a deep nutty character. Hazelnut and Brazil nut flavours make it a right winter warmer and beautifully moreish.

Great for long sessions in the pub, best served in front of a warm cosy fire!

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