Marble Brewery Manchester Bitter

27 Apr

2013-04-24 22.40.12

Manchester Bitter is a straw-coloured bottle-conditioned ale with a strong head and a strongly floral aroma.  While there’s a very fleeting hint of honey at first taste, the predominant flavour is dry, hoppy bitterness.  It’s a refreshingly diffferent ale that is uncompromising on taste among a forest of ‘me too’ ales that offer little to upset the majority of beer drinkers.  I’m not sure that I’d want to drink this 4.2% ABV ale all evening, but it’s good to try something that’s genuinely not run of the mill.

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Posted by on April 27, 2013 in Bitter


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