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Samedi, 15 avril 2017

Oakham Green Devil

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Catégories : [ Bière/Oakham ]

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“passion fruit, pineapple and mango… citrus bitterness”

Just another ale. Contains malted barley.

Oakham ales, Woodston, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England. 6.0% alcohol.

[ Posté le 15 avril 2017 à 23:45 | pas de commentaire | ]

Samedi, 6 août 2016

Oakham Scarlet Macaw

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Catégories : [ Bière/Oakham ]

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“blend of two hops frem the Yakima Valley. Amarillo for it's spicy and fruity character and Summit… Tart gooseberry and soft peach on the nose. Gooseberries and fruit to taste, before an intense bitterness…”

Fruity, not too bitter, and a bit too sweet. Contains barley and wheat.

Oakham ales, Woodston, PeterBorough, England. 4.8% alcohol.

[ Posté le 6 août 2016 à 23:23 | pas de commentaire | ]

Dimanche, 22 mai 2011

Oakham Inferno

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Catégories : [ Bière/Oakham ]

Oakham_Inferno

“a blend of five different hops from the Yakima Valley to create it's (sic) floral aroma… complex fruits… dry, fruity, bitter finish”

Fruity and bitter. Contains barley and wheat.

Oakham ales, Woodston, PeterBorough, England. 4.4% alcohol.

[ Posté le 22 mai 2011 à 21:06 | pas de commentaire | ]

Vendredi, 20 mai 2011

Oakham Citra

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Catégories : [ Bière/Oakham ]

Oakham_Citra

“single variety beer using only CITRA hops. pungent grapefruit, lychee and goosberry aromas leading to a dry, bitter finish”

Smells definitely like lychee, and has a quite bitter taste. Contains barley and wheat.

Oakham ales, Woodston, PeterBorough, England. 4.6% alcohol.

[ Posté le 20 mai 2011 à 19:25 | pas de commentaire | ]

Dimanche, 15 mai 2011

Oakham JHB Jeffrey Hudson Bitter

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Catégories : [ Bière/Oakham ]

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“Sir Jeffrey Hudson was an adventurer, courtier and duelist in the service of King Charles I… citrus fruitness and dry bitter finish.”

Definitely citrusy, and with maybe a hint of bitter almond in the aftertaste. Contains barley and wheat.

Oakham ales, Woodston, PeterBorough, England. 4.2% alcohol.

[ Posté le 15 mai 2011 à 12:36 | pas de commentaire | ]