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Stuart's Natural Session Ale

Beer Style: 
English Style Ale
Serving Style.: 
330 ml. Stubby Bottle
Alcohol Content: 
3.7% ABV
Where Purchased?: 
L.C.B.O
Beer Rating: 
4

Stuart's Natural Session Ale

A golden colour. The head is white but doesn't last long.
The smell is what I think of as "malt". Not sure if I am right or not.
There is some apricot in there as well.

The taste is fairly sweet. Some raisin and apricot flavours. Very smooth and easy to drink.
I like this a lot. Only 3.7% alcohol so I could drink it all night and it really has tastes to it.
A lot of flavour! When I saw it was only 3.7% I thought it would be a nothing beer. I'm glad I gave it a shot.


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Fullers ESB Champion Ale

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reviewed by:
John H.

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Serving Style:
20 ounce glass
Where Purchased:
The Crows' Nest
Beer Rating:
4

Fullers ESB Champion Ale

Slightly flowery, citrus aroma. Very nice hoppy flavor with enough sweetness to blend all of it together. I like this beer and I wish every bar had to stock it. A very creamy coating in the mouth which is very pleasant.

This is what Fuller's has to say about their beer:
"First brewed in 1971, ESB is unrivaled in terms of its flavour and balance. A powerful 5.5% a.b.v. in cask (5.9% a.b.v. in bottles and kegs), it is brewed from Pale Ale and Crystal malts, and from Target, Challenger, Northdown and Goldings hops. But don't ask us for the actual recipe - that's a closely guarded secret."






Fullers ESB Champion Ale

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reviewed by:
John H.

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Serving Style:
500 ml. Can
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating:
3

Fullers ESB Champion Ale

Pours a burnt red color with a good sized white head.
Aromas are fruit, citrus and just a hint of alcohol.
Very nice creamy mouth feel. That's the way an ale should be in my opinion.
Very fruity flavor with a bitterness from the hops and the alcohol. It is a sparkling kind of feeling after a couple of sips that make you want more.
I just find the alcohol taste a little to strong for me. I've had stronger brews that didn't have as much alcohol after taste as this one.
All in all still quite good although the folks at CAMRA probably wouldn't agree with me.




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