Today I bring you another beer from the delectable Badger brewery. Offering up some of the most unique, widely available, beers on the market today. What I love about this brewery is the tasting notes they provide on the bottle, because they are usually spot on. Except for England’s Own, which for me had an unmistakable taste of grass. https://pilsnerpilgrim.wordpress.com/2013/02/06/hall-and-woodhouse-brewery-badger-ales-part-i/
This one however, doesn’t disappoint.
Beer: Golden Glory
Brewery: Badger (Hall and Woodhouse), Dorset, England
Impressions: This was a very smooth lager, pretending to be an ale. Immediately hitting your mouth is a very fruity flavour. Strong peach notes, semi sweet, with a light background bitterness. Very refreshing, with a medium to low carbonation.
Score: 7.5 / 10 (Very Good)
Verdict: This is a unique one. Light, refreshing, and lively, this is reminiscent of some of the Belgian fruit beers. Strong peach flavours (as clearly stated on the bottle header) dominate. Luckily I love peach. If this had a bit more of a kick, the score could have been higher. Definitely worth a try, especially if you’re not really into beer but would like to give beer a try.