Timothy Taylor's Boltmaker (formerly Best Bitter)

alc./vol:
4.2%

Proof:
8.4°

Vintage:
Non-vintage

Aged:
No age statement

Product of: Product of United Kingdom United Kingdom


Boltmaker is a Yorkshire Bitter formally known as Best Bitter it was first brewed in the 1930s.

Review and Tasting

Sampled on 02/09/2016

Appearance

(sample bottle BBE Jun/17) Hazy, deep coppery amber with retentive thick off-white head and light but sticky lacing.

Aroma

Malty caramel, currant rich fruit cake, candied citrus peel and fragrant piney hops.

Taste

Medium-bodied, dry and fairly bitter. Malty caramel and citrus.

Aftertaste

Lingering bitter hop finish.

Overall

Pronounced pine bitterness (perhaps a tad overly so) with malty caramel and citrus.

Further product information

Barcode UPC: 5 031283 010009
Bottle Size: 700 ml
Closure: Crown cap

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