Worthington's Spring Shield - Museum Brewing Company / White Shield Brewery
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3.68/5 rDev +10.5%
Had this at the National Brewery Centre in historic Burton-on-Trent on cask.
Appearance: golden yellow, creamy white cask ale head, good clarity
Aroma: citrusy, slight tropical fruit aromas with slightly detectable burton plastic like phenolic aromas
Taste: not a very taste-filled beer, finishes tropical fruity and bitter, but not a lot going on when you swish it around in your mouth. Plastic like burton water quite recognizable.
Mouthfeel: medium-light body, smooth low carbonation
Overall Impression: A decent ale that combines some refreshing tropical fruitiness with buront water and soft malt background.
06-24-2013 19:41:53 | More by dwren89
United Kingdom (England)
2.98/5 rDev -10.5%
Hand-pulled pint at 'The Brewery Tap': the National Brewery Centre in Burton-on-Trent on 10 Apr 2013.
Pours a golden yellow with a white but thin head.
Floral nose and taste: like an English Summer garden (wet). I prefer it's big brother (White Shield) but this was OK, if a little delicate and subtle in its flavourings and depth of body. Malts do appear later in the taste, mildly biscuity, although not a dry, bitter beer it isn't really sweet either. Some fruity notes also in the blend as the beer warms in the glass.
04-11-2013 12:26:35 | More by BlackHaddock
Worthington's Spring Shield from Museum Brewing Company / White Shield Brewery
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