One woman's ale journey

A beery boozy journey with delightful snacks along the way and a book in my hand.

Wednesday, 10 August 2016

Wold Top Bitter


This is such a stunning light amber colour that I half expected to see a few flies frozen for eternity within this mouthwatering nectar.  Although it has a good sized frothy head on pouring, it quickly disappears leaving a thin foamy film.  It smells deliciously hoppy and tastes so very crisp and refreshing.  It has such a clarity of taste that it seems as though it has been brewed using crystal clear spring water.

I raised an eyebrow at the ABV of 3.7% as it tastes surprisingly full bodied for such a low alcohol content. There is not even a hint of an unpleasant aftertaste, just smooth biscuity toffee notes.  After tasting, I can certainly overlook the disappointment of the rapidly disappearing head.  It's so very moreish that Ale Be Seeing You Again, Wold Top Bitter.

Brewed by Wold Top, Yorkshire
3.7% ABV

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