Dragons Breath Real Ale - The Kingston Brewing Company
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3.28/5 rDev -2.7%
Poured on-cask at the KBP.
Medium amber, with a nitro-tap settling effect. Creamy head, thick sheets of lacing. Looks pretty good.
Nose is...strange. Slightly malty and with a bit of sourness, but undercut by this strange, chemical/bacterial odor. Something ain't right in the lines...
Tastes pretty good actually. Malty and with a strong, puckery sour apple flavour. Perhaps some grape or prune as well. A bit of spice to the finish. Not bad actually, if you can get past the smell.
Creamy, oily mouthfeel, but a bit too watery for my liking. Typical caskpump carbonation.
Worth a try, but to get a real following it needs work. Still, for a homebrew it ain't bad.
04-26-2010 21:18:46 | More by JohnnyBarman
3.15/5 rDev -6.5%
They call it an ESB . A nice brownish tinge with a head and a process of lace, however near watery with mellow bitterness and metallic taste, and significant malt in the finish. Its drinkable, but for hops and bitterness, try the pale on tap. 6% alcohol not detectable, even after a wholesome amount.
06-06-2006 23:34:27 | More by Sammy
3.33/5 rDev -1.2%
Hand-pumped pint from a cask at KBC. Creamy, off-white head, with ochre body. Aromas are roasted malt, orange peel, coffee, and burnt sugar. Floral bouquet. Medium body, with low carbonation. Taste was prunes and other dark fruits, roasted malt, with an acetic finish. Very drinkable. Overall not worth the walk but a fine brew nonetheless.
11-21-2007 04:32:55 | More by Antilochus
3.75/5 rDev +11.3%
I like this Ale a few small quirks but Cask conditioned around these parts that seems to be a rarity. It is a great beer to just sit out in one of the pubs outdoor areas and enjoy.
Appearance- A red brown copperish body with an amber base.
Smell- I could not really get a good sniff of anything. I could just get little wiffs of sweetness and this may sound strange but it kind of smelt like soap.
Taste- Very sweet and malty. There are some little tastes of raisins and a little medicine like aftertaste.
Mouthfeel. It is very silky to the point that it is almost oily.
Drinkability- It has a bit of carbonation but it is sooth carbonation not fizzy soda like carbonation.
06-17-2007 12:27:28 | More by MTNboy
3.05/5 rDev -9.5%
I did not find this member of the Dragon Breath family as good as the Pale Ale. The colour of this brew was a deep amber and the crown was limited. The body was full and the aroma a little yeasty. Definetly a malt beverage, lots of sweetness to go around...
03-08-2003 16:54:36 | More by Shiloh
3/5 rDev -11%
Cask- Deep hazy amber/brown with a creamy head with good longevity. No real lace though. The aromas aren't really all that in your face, but they show muted malts, leafy greens, with fruit and a sort of dank room quality. The taste brings forth earthy, faint caramel malts with some bread crust and lends to almost sour apples and iced tea. Creamy, slightly sweet finish. Strange offering really, but enjoyable enough that I had a full pint.
11-16-2009 18:54:41 | More by mrmanning
3.95/5 rDev +17.2%
A: Served a dark amber color with a creamy head that faded very slowly to good lacing.
S: Malt & coffee aroma with fresh grain & fruit mixed in.
T: Slightly sweet with roasted malt and a clean finish.
F: Medium body, creamy smooth, well balanced. The 6% ABV is well hidden.
D: Great cask ale, very satisfying.
08-20-2010 11:17:39 | More by soju6
4.05/5 rDev +20.2%
An amber brew with a big frothy cask head that stands a height of an inch until the brew is finished. Malty aroma with bits of fruit and some floral hops hit the nose. Absolutely crystal clear even though it is unfiltered.
It is extremely smooth and rich, silky. Sweet malts lead the way, accompanied by some darker and roasty malts. Hops are a bit grassy and balance very well. This is a wonderful cask ale, and I will venture back to get some more.
05-31-2003 08:05:45 | More by ElGuapo
2.55/5 rDev -24.3%
Clear copper colour with moderate head and lace.
Had a soapy, chemical smell which was not too appetizing.
Fruity, slightly sour to taste, came across as odd somehow. Slightly puckering finish. Thin-bodied overall.
Looks like my glass was not as tasty as some of the others ...
11-01-2006 23:51:25 | More by TerryW
Dragons Breath Real Ale from The Kingston Brewing Company
80 out of 100 based on 14 ratings.