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Samuel Smith's Organic Raspberry Fruit Beer - Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster)

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Samuel Smith's Organic Raspberry Fruit BeerSamuel Smith's Organic Raspberry Fruit Beer

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Ratings: 400
Reviews: 162
rAvg: 3.84
pDev: 12.24%
Wants: 21
Gots: 18 | FT: 0
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Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster) visit their website
United Kingdom (England)

Style | ABV
Fruit / Vegetable Beer |  5.10% ABV

Availability: Year-round

Notes/Commercial Description:
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(Beer added by: TKempe on 01-20-2009)
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Photo of mintjellie
4.45/5  rDev +15.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Samuel Smiths Raspberry Fruit Ale is made by blending a base beer with fruit juice (or concentrate, in this case), giving the beer an intense pinkish-red hue that matches the colour of the raspberries sold by my local berry farm in pinkish-red intensity. Topped by a mountainous cap of foam in a lighter shade of pink, this is a pretty tasty looking beer. The aroma is rioutously loud blast of sweet & sour raspberry candy. It might be one note, but it's one hell of a big note. Without added sugar like Fruli, this blend of beer and fruit juice comes across as less sweet. I'm not saying this is sweet, just that what sweetness it has is easily balanced by the tannin and tartness provided by the raspberry. That raspberry flavour is as big as it smells too. This is one seriously fruity fruit beer. The use of natural raspberry extract in addition to the juice concentrate amplifies things just a little bit. Medium bodied with a sticky, slightly syrupy mouthfeel. Intensely fruity with no artificial chemical flavours, and thats all I expect of a simple fruit beer. I'd love to pair this with some decadent brownies or devils food cake for dessert. I bet you could make an awesome reduction out of this and use it as a sauce on cheesecake. I assume it doesn't contain hops since they aren't listed as an ingredient, so there isn't any bitterness to worry about concentrating.

mintjellie, Aug 27, 2010
Photo of StephenRich
4.08/5  rDev +6.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

There are many qualities of beer that are perfect for the summer heat; quenching bitterness, refreshing carbonation, fresh hoppy flavors, and tantalizing sweetness. Wait.. Sweetness? Does that really belong here? Grab a right-out-of-the-fridge bottle of Samuel Smith's Organic Raspberry Ale and prove it to yourself.

Sweet can be exactly what you want in the heat. Given the right combination of sweet, cold, fresh, quenching and carbonation you can end up with the perfect summer delight. Samuel Smith has been brewing beer since 1758, and is Yorkshire's oldest brewery - so these guys certainly aren't just messing around. This beer was crafted with organic barley, wheat, raspberry fruit juice and a previously cellared organic beer. The end result is a USDA Organic raspberry beer that will show you the meaning of sweetness for the summer.

The Sam Smith Organic Raspberry comes in a 550ml bottle at 5.1% abv and is at most LCBOs. And unlike so many fruit beers, this is not a Lambic (a classic Belgian style where the fermenting beer is left exposed to wild yeast strains in the enviroment. This creates a richly tart, and often sour beer that is often sweetened with fruit or fruit juice). The Organic Raspberry can really only be classified as a Fruit Beer. It is brewed with both malted barley and wheat, and then is blending with organic raspberry juice.

Open the Raspberry cold, just out of the fridge and pour it into a nice full pint or nonic glass. This beer will rush out of the bottle in a big wave of excitement and build a frothy foam right from the get-to. By the end of the pour I had a dark cherry-red beer with hints of rich amber brown and ruby glowing out of the center holding up a massively fluffy, light pink head with large evaporating bubbles streaming throughout it.

This big fluffy head did not last long - it was bursting with excitement, literally. Every second I looked at the beer delicate pink bubbles of carbonation were exploding and soon there was just a mere film remaining on the beer. Still though, the depth and richness of this red beer was very enticing. Time to drink it.

The nose is filled with the fresh scent of raspberries and a gentle whiff of wheat. A fruity, and overall sugary sweetness dominates the aroma so far. There is a hint of lemon zest and dark fruit tartness that lingers in the back, but give way to no malt or hop presence.

The nose pretty much tells it all because the flavor mimics it perfectly. A cold wave of raspberry sweet beer will glide easily over your tongue and fall to your cheeks with a smooth and gentle softness. Quickly in behind is the tart quench of lemon peel, spice and wheat. The freshness of the wheat adds a nice quenching characteristic to the beer, but plays much less of a role than you would expect. The raspberry is really the mainstay here.

Its comes in up front and washes over your entire mouth with a sweet-first, then lightly tart with a hint sour fruitiness. It is not close to as sour or tart as a fruit Lambic, but is it just a sweet as one can be. Searching for malt is hopeless, but a hint of herbal and lightly bitter hops do make their way in for a fleeting finish of sweet and crisp blackberries.

The mouthfeel is gentle and also less carbonated that a lambic would be, but this is an English Ale, so you shouldn't expect effervescence. It is very rich in flavor, but remains subtly light in body. Something this sweet will work very well with chocolate deserts and cheesecake, but as I mentioned earlier, it will be excellent on its own in the heat.

StephenRich, Aug 20, 2010
Photo of uno99
3.43/5  rDev -10.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

I was actually buying this beer for a friend as part of a thank you gift pack I was putting together, and I realized I haden't tried it yet.

A: Pours quite red of course, with ample lacing and a decent head that settles into a nice thin film.

S: Smells quite tannic. you really get the essence of raspberries. It smells like your actually biting into one and chewing on the seeds. Unfortunately I think it overpowers the beer. Certainly smells pleasant though

T: Slightly more balanced than the smell, but more sweet. very sweet actually.

M: Quite sticky, good carbonation helps lift it off a bit though.

D: A good refresher. However I cant see this going well with a meal or even a session of beer. Could be a nice appertif or dessert I suppose.

uno99, Aug 20, 2010
Photo of chickencoop
4.33/5  rDev +12.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Proud and not ashamed, I love this beer. Not all the time, and not for every occasion, but maybe once every month this is ok to pull out and put a few down. The pour is rasberry candy red, small pinkish head. The flavor and mouthfeel is a strong rasberry flavor, nothing fake or vitamin like, full flavored rasberries. This beer is to drinkable, but also an ambiance brew, has to be the right time, but overall solid stuff if you like the style.

chickencoop, Aug 17, 2010
Photo of Mora2000
3.8/5  rDev -1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

Thanks to bu11zeye for sharing this bottle.

The beer pours a reddish-purple color with an off-white head. The aroma is strong raspberry with not much else. The flavor is identical to the aroma. Other than a lot of raspberry, I don't get anything else. The beer is very sweet and tastes more like raspberry juice than any kind of a beer. Medium mouthfeel and medium carbonation.

Mora2000, Aug 11, 2010
Photo of DrDemento456
4.25/5  rDev +10.7%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Me and my friend shared a 550ml at my local Gateway Grill.

A - Looks of a ruby like liquid with a quickly retaliating pink head. Man what a cool looking beer.

S - Best part of the beer! Smells of fresh ripened raspberry's, juices, and cocktails that provide a sweet yet sour smell. Crazy!

T - The taste is exactly what the smell was but to a fault. Sure it's sugary and delicious but should you finish 16oz to yourself? Not really. This is really the only beer that the flavor became cloying to me after 8 oz and is really was "sweet"

M - Light and refreshing. Session-able in small doses.

D - They really are much to drink more than a bottle and more likely to be shared than drank alone

DrDemento456, Aug 10, 2010
Photo of jsprain1
3.93/5  rDev +2.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A- Pours a dark ruby with a thick light pink head that bears great retention.
S- The aroma is something of raspberry syrup, quite sweet, with a faint medicinal aroma.
T- This beer is definitely on the sweet side, with raspberries being big. Just a faint bit of "traditional beer" presence.
M- Sugary, sticky, syrupy. Style in mind, this is appropriate.
D- This is one of my favorite fruit beers. It is definitely one dimensional, but it isn't offensive. I enjoyed it and found it could be a good pairing with many desserts. Light, and relatively refreshing.

jsprain1, Aug 03, 2010
Photo of phishgator
3.08/5  rDev -19.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 2.5

Poured into a water chalice with a slight red nice foamy head. The color is of a hazy red fruit juice. The carbonation is high. The smell is of raspberries and only raspberries. The taste is exactly what you would expect. A little too overpowering IMO. The alochol is none existent. Not a bad brew just too much like raspberry juice.

phishgator, Jul 30, 2010
Photo of earthboundagain
3.8/5  rDev -1%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

This beer is raspberry red with a pink hue with a fluffy pink head that laces like a champ.

Ok the smell is a bit off, not saying it's artificial, but more like a sugared raspberry syrup that you'd put on cheesecake.

The raspberry comes through in the taste, and the base beer is a nice choice, but it is second to the fruit of choice.

Smooth and sticky and big bodied.

I could drink a few and be happy.

Notes: Not a big as fan of this as I am the strawberry, they are both quality brews, but it's more of a personal preference

earthboundagain, Jul 29, 2010
Photo of Bookseeb
3.1/5  rDev -19.3%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

Appearance is rasberry in color with a thin but crisp head. Smell is again pretty much rasberry with a little honey thrown in. Taste of tart rasberries with a light earthy bitter bite. Mouthfeel is light with a good spike of carbonation. Samuel Smith makes some excellent ales, but this is a little rough around the edges compared to other fruit beers I've tried, but at the same time better than others.

Bookseeb, Jul 21, 2010
Photo of Vengeance526
3.9/5  rDev +1.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Pours a dark red color with a small off-white head that lasts for a little while and leaves some decent lacing.

Not surprisingly, the aroma is almost entirely raspberry. Fresh and sweet, very pleasing.

Again, the raspberries come out in full force in the taste. A little sweet at first, then just slightly sour toward the end, but never overdone in either aspect.

Medium carbonation with a dry finish. Enjoyable for the most part, but the raspberry taste seems to get a little old after a while. The fruit really is the focal point here, it is not merely an additive that is lightly detected on the side. It starts out amazing, but I'm not sure I would want to have more than the one bottle by myself. This is still good for a fruit beer, quite refreshing during hotter days.

Vengeance526, Jul 13, 2010
Photo of Sammy
3.63/5  rDev -5.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

LCBO bottle, aka Melbourne Brothers raspberry, and certainly in their way of making beer. Sticky enough to attract flies. Reddish with pink foam. On the sweet side, medium mouthfeel. A good tartness. Very berry, but also artificial additives to make it that way. Decent fruit beer.

Sammy, Jul 13, 2010
Photo of kwjd
3.58/5  rDev -6.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

It pours a murky reddish-pink colour with foamy pink head. The smell immediately hits you over the head with raspberry. It smells like the sweet filling of a raspberry pie. Flavour has a lot of sweet tart raspberry. Nice carbonation level and it seems to be a very well made beer. I do think this is a nice beer for what it is, but the raspberry is way too sweet for me.

kwjd, Jul 13, 2010
Photo of velosuds
4.1/5  rDev +6.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from a 550ml dark brown bottle into a clear pint glass.

A-Pours a deep dark raspberry red hue with one finger off white head that leaves modest lacing on the glass.

S-Raspberries, like preserves. Not fresh, but fragrant all the same. Nice.

T-Nice balance of tart and sweet raspberry with some mild hop bitterness. Very fruity and festive. Tastes like a good pale ale with raspberry juice.

M-Very smooth and well carbonated. Feels too good to be beer.

D-I like these fruit beers. And, this is organic to boot. Well done, by my favorite brewer across the pond.

Enjoyed this with my son who favors wine coolers and other malt like beer beverages. There is a definite place for these type of beers not enjoyed as much by the mainstream.

velosuds, Jul 06, 2010
Photo of bobsy
3.4/5  rDev -11.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

At over $5 for the bottle I felt like I was taking a flyer on this one. Sam Smith's is a great brewer, but while I enjoy fruit beers I find that (with a few notable exceptions) they do not impress. I'm also a bit concerned that the brewery is angling for the female / organically conscious crowd with this offering, and I hope it doesn't usurp the quality of the beer.

The pour is promising and makes for an attractive visual. Unsurprisingly the liquid is a light raspberry head with a bubbly white head that has a pinkish tinge to it. There is some lacing and retention, though its certainly limited in scope. As I would hope for, the aroma is bursting with fresh authentic fruit, and this is the sort of tart raspberry you'd smell on your hands after an hour out picking at the fruit farm. Beyond that big fruity nose there's really not too much... perhaps a hint of grain, and the bitter twang of some metallic hops.

The flavour seems a little bit schizophrenic to me. In one respect there's that big authentic blast of raspberry, but in another there's a reasonably bitter and grainy pale ale underneath. On their own I think either would work, but when married together I feel that something is amiss. The bitterness of the hops strikes an off-note alongside the rapberry, and curtails what could be a pleasant fruity finish with a metallic, bitter twang that seems out of place. Its too bad, beacause elsewhere all the ducks are in a row, and when the hops don't intrude I find this to be up there in drinkability with the best in the style.

Rounding things off, the mouthfeel seems appropiate to the style, with a medium-light weight and a moderate carbonation taht never imepedes the drinkability. AT times I loved this beer, but at others I wished that it could have been so much more, and at the pricepoint it came in at, that's simply not good enough.

bobsy, Jun 19, 2010
Photo of Phyl21ca
4.1/5  rDev +6.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottle: Poured a deep red color ale with a large pinkish color foamy head with good retention and some good lacing. Aroma of fresh sweet raspberries is quite refreshing and totally dominated the aroma. Taste is also dominated by huge aroma of pure raspberry juice with light tart notes and dry malt base that is not able to come out of the fruit base. Body is abut average for style with good carbonation. I must admit that this was quite well made with loads of raspberries and no fake syrup taste. Remind me of when I had fresh raspberry juice at my grand-mother place 15-20 years ago.

Phyl21ca, Jun 18, 2010
Photo of Morrish
3.7/5  rDev -3.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 2.5

Appearance - Pours a beautiful ruby red. About a half inch of pinkish head which dissipates fairly quickly and leaves minimal lacing.

Smell - Smell is all Raspberry which isnt necessarily a bad thing.

Taste - Sweet but to to sweet. Nice tartness. Tastes exactly like big fresh raspberries.Yum!

Mouthfeel - medium to high carbonation. medium bodied.

Drinkability - It's a fairly refreshing beer but completely one dimensional. After one glass you completely get it and theres no need for another. The sweetness also prevents you from reaching for another. I honestly had a hard time getting through the whole glass. Not to say that this is a bad beer. It does what its supposed to do very well. great beer for the style, just not a great beer for me.

Morrish, Jun 11, 2010
Photo of JohnnyBarman
3.93/5  rDev +2.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Poured a lovely dark red - almost purple, ruby when held to the light. About a half-inch of light pink foam, good retention and some lacing. Looks unlike any beer I've tried before, but still looks good.

Nose is mostly raspberry with just a touch of lemon tartness. Not getting anything 'beer' in here, but I happen to really enjoy raspberries, so I'm digging this. They smell geniune, which is a big plus.

Again, the taste is all raspberry - lovely and tart. Not overly sweet or else I doubt I could finish the whole bottle. Nor is it as tart as a lambic or sour. Just a tasty flavor of raspberry. Finishes dry and puckery.

Mouthfeel is highly carbonated, which is again probably a good thing, or else it would have the consistancy of a raspberry cooler. Medium body, dryness in the finish.

It's hard to for me to really call this a beer, since the raspberry flavor doesn't accentuate - it dominates - the ale. Other fruit beers are a little bit more subtle, blending wheat or classic ale flavors with a fruit backing. Still, whatever it is Sam Smith's did, they did it well. The raspberry flavor is fresh, real, tart, not overlysweet, and with good carbonation. I rated the drinkability for this a bit low because finishing the bottle will be tough. It's refreshing, certainly tasty, but a hard taste to stick with. I'll certainly drink this again, but I'll be sharing!

JohnnyBarman, Jun 05, 2010
Photo of puboflyons
3.48/5  rDev -9.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

From the 550 ml. bottle with no lot code/dates. Sampled on May 29, 2010. Fruit beers are very hard for me to review so I do my best to rate it by its style rather than aroma/taste. I was astonished that it poured purple! That was very unique. A good inch of puffy head that never really goes away. The raspberry aroma is noted several feet away with practically no malt or hop elements. The mouthfeel is fairly firm. Raspberry is the main ingredient in the taste too although a slight maltiness is more noticeable here than in the aroma. This is not something to drink regularly but for a hot day it could be refreshing.

puboflyons, May 29, 2010
Photo of CanuckRover
3.73/5  rDev -2.9%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

What a lovely looking beer! I was only able to pour half the bottle in to my pint glass due to a massive cream soda pink head that sprouts up immediately. Big time retention. When the mass of bubbles finally settles it looks almost like the head in a near-finished float... chunky. The beer itself is a deep ruby red, slightly misty.

Rasperries on the nose. Sweet with the faintest touch of... something else.

The head is a taste experience in and of itself, like a big raspberry marshmellow. Nice concentrated fruit flavours. The beer is much sweeter than I expected something from Samuel Smith to be, a tad too sweet for my taste, but it's a mellow sweetness balanced with some very clean malt. It's clear that they wanted the raspberry to be the headliner here. Faint tartness in the finish.

Very smooth. Little carbonation.

The first half of the bottle was good, but the sweetness wears on me a bit. Not sickly sweet, but it's certainly fruity.

CanuckRover, May 27, 2010
Photo of pootz
3.83/5  rDev -0.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5


Decants a ruby-copper colored ale with a rich 2 finger pink cap which lasts and laces the glass well.

Pungent aroma of fresh crushed raspberries, light malt sweetness and grassy tones.

Wonderful balance between berry sweetness and mature ale maltiness, hops mingle with fruit tartness...finish is intensely tart with amber ale malts breaking through.

Wow! A massive infusion of real fresh berry is managed well with a rich amber ale...were it not for the absence of the musty horse blanket tastes you'd swear this was a raspberry lambic...great summer sipping

pootz, May 27, 2010
Photo of ThatWineGuy
4.05/5  rDev +5.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4.5

On the pour, a foamy, fizzy three to four finger pinkish head with generous small bubble carbonation, active, almost furious to begin with. The ale is darker than I expected, ruby red, almost garnet in the glass. The carbonation continued unabated, long lived, with slippery lace sticking around and decent retention. An odour of raspberries alright, but also some rhubarb in the mix and a bit of an unknown smell much like lavender but not at all annoying as lavender would be in a beer. I couldn't quite put my finger on it but I liked it.

The taste is of berry and fruit, sweetness is about right with a dry, saccharine quality to it. There is a nice balance between tartness and sweetness and an aftertaste that really cleanses the palette with a refreshing and balanced tart fruit finish. I am not a huge fan of fruit beer but this is actually quite nice. Body is not quite as thin as many fruit beers I've tried, it has a bit of sprtiz to it as expected. Overall, a very decent fruit ale and a very decent ale overall. Unlike most fruit ales, I could drink several of these in a sitting.

ThatWineGuy, May 27, 2010
Photo of CAMRAhardliner
4.03/5  rDev +4.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a clear blood/ruby red with numerous tight beads of carbonation and a patchy pink head that recedes pretty quickly. Masses of off pink foam stick to most of the glass on the way down. The aroma is of freshly baked cherry pie and jolly ranchers, reminds me of a mass market framboise or kriek. The taste is very complex with wheat tartness mingling with bready malts and a full complement of fresh raspberry flavor. Its drier than most fruit beers on the market. The mouthfeel is medium full. The finish is slightly sour with lingering fruit for a long time.

This is a fantastic summer sipper. Incredibly refreshing and enough beer flavor to keep it out of the alcapop category. While sweet, its never cloying, a relatively dry example of the style. I suggest at least trying this, even if you are skeptical of fruit beers.

CAMRAhardliner, May 25, 2010
Photo of biegaman
4.13/5  rDev +7.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

This tyrian purple dye would look stunning on a late 1960s convertible; its deep, concealing tone assures me it will be a good beer. To the light it becomes much less stygian as an inky red tone seeps in. Its lightly frothed head is of a pastel pink and, despite its delicate look, is sound enough to mark the glass with glinty rosebuds of lace.

The aroma smells like raspberries alright, but also so much more (what else, exactly, I'm unsure but certainly this kind of ambrosia, this level of aromatic ecstasy cannot be yielded from mere berries). It is jammy sweet with an inkling of wild honey and perhaps a stingy drop of chocolate or balsamic. No raspberry patch smells this good, that I can assure you.

This fruit beer has neither the intense tartness of Belgian fruit lambics nor the sugary sweetness of North America style fruit beers, but rather a little bit of both. The taste is somewhat tart, with a rather earthy, remotely woody element, and a short-lived shot of pixie-stick like sweetness. The bitterness, curiously, seems to lay in the fruit flavour itself.

The raspberry flavour in this thing is a font written in big, bold lettering, but throw any notions of juices or soda-pops right out the window. It has a profound jammy berry taste vaguely similar to some bold Australian red wines, or to a lesser extent, some Portuguese ports. Any way you slice it, it's unusually rich and sensually gratifying for a fruit beer.

Part of the reason for that - aside from the shear profundity of its flavour - is just how heavy it is. While most all fruit beers weigh in at the featherweight (if not the flyweight or minimumweight) level, this thing rings in at least at cruiserweight. The maltiness and dense water bulk the beer up impressively; unlike most, this fruit beer has substance.

I'm generally not a huge fan of fruit-flavoured beers; for my palate, they are sugary, synthetic, unexciting and unrewarding. Sam Smith's Raspberry, on the hand, is anything but those four things. The whole experience drinking it is like the climax to a journey. I don't care the price, I plan to keep drinking, cooking with and, maybe, bathing in this beer.

biegaman, May 24, 2010
Photo of CheckMate
3.5/5  rDev -8.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

550ml brown bottle obtained at McKinnons in Salem, NH. pours a ruby red with a purple hue with a quarter of an inch of very light pink head that slowly dissipates. the smell of raspberries immediately hits the nose with a hint of vanilla which reminds me of raspberry cream. Sour juicy raspberries immediately hits the palate with hints of vanilla in the background. medium bodied and very carbonated with a dry clean finish. very easy drink.


CheckMate, May 20, 2010
Samuel Smith's Organic Raspberry Fruit Beer from Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster)
87 out of 100 based on 400 ratings.