Ridgeway Seriously Bad Elf

Difford's Guide

alc./vol: 9%

Proof: 18°

Vintage: Non-vintage

Envelhecimento: Unaged

Produzido por: Product of United Kingdom United Kingdom

This interpretation of a Belgian Tripel is brewed at Ridgeway Brewing in Oxfordshire. Seriously Bad Elf was briefly banned in Connecticut in 2005 due to the red speck on the label. According to the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection, Santa Claus can’t appear on a beer label.

Avaliação e degustação

Experimentado em 24/12/2014


(sample best before 10/Oct/16) Clear, golden amber with very thin white head.


High alcohol content is evident with flavours of dried fruit and raisin bread.


White bread crust, whisky like spirit notes and light spice.


Bready and lightly spiced. Overall: Deceptively easy to drink considering the high alc./vol.

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Barcode UPC: 608782668120
Bottle Size: 700 ml
Closure: Crown cap

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