Category Archives: Golden

Shopper Gold

This is so late now – we actually enjoyed a pre-realease taster thanks to our friend Nils, who knows the champion brewer at Caveman Brewery. Big thanks to him for this one! If you grew up in Kent or the South East, you’...

Wychcraft

Wychwood (the maker of Hobgoblin and its regal cousin King Goblin) are “Brewers of Character” and one of those breweries that have a little place in my heart. I like the approach they have to their beer and the way the...

Boondoggle

Ringwood’s whimsically named Boondoggle (which, according to their website, is an American term for “work of little value” – hmm) is a blonde beer whose label promises me a “punchy citrus aroma, and a...

Cumberland Ale

A Little Information Brewed by Jennings Brewery, which was established in 1828 in the village of Lorton, between Keswick and Cockermouth and er… situated west of Big Wood (come on guys, let’s not be immature…). Cumberland is...

Inferno

The Label Oakham ales’ Inferno (4.4% abv) lends five different hops from the Yakima Valley – the first American viticultural area (!). The label boasts that the golden ale creates a floral aroma and a unique flavour pr...

Old Golden Hen

I popped the cap! The definite whiff of oranges seeped out of the glassy spout and bubbles start emerging energetically from the bottle’s bottom. I am excited to taste you. After finding myself with no vessel with which to fill th...

Honey Dew

Quick Overview This golden ale is supposedly Britain’s best selling organic beer and it’s easy to see why. The combination of gentle flavours and invigorating freshness make it the ideal ale for even those who wouldn’t normally ch...

SA Gold

Quick Overview SA Gold is an inoffensive ale. It’s a light golden colour and is very reminiscent of the general Lagers you can get on tap. It’s carbonated and slightly zesty with the typical ale bitterness as an aftert...