Boddingtons Pub Ale - Boddingtons
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4.88/5 rDev +53%
I had this ale for the first time a couple years back in a little pub in Brighton, England. I immediately fell in love with it. It's extremely smooth, thick creamy head and the bitter notes hit the back of the tounge just right. Luckily it's really easy to find here in Phoenix and Churchill's Pub and Grill always have it on tap.
11-08-2008 18:12:08 | More by themaxx76
4.85/5 rDev +52%
poured thick and goldan and settled slowley, it smells sweet. my first sip and i was in love this is sweet and malty and goes down smooth, this one is the smothist beer i have ever had. this one goes down like drinking creem. the taste is light but hardy at the same time, this is the closest to cream and honey in a beer i have ever had.
07-09-2008 15:03:01 | More by orcasteve
4.8/5 rDev +50.5%
Bought at Uncle Sudsy's, a six pack shop at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. I bought a four pack of pint nitro cans.
Apperance- the apperance is a cool amber
Smell- the smell is very smooth with a creamy aroma
Taste- fabulous taste, very creamy and smooth
Mouthfeel- the beer has a kick to it and makes my mouth tingle
Drinkability- I could drink about eight with out trouble but any more I may fall a few times
09-18-2006 00:49:16 | More by tempo013
4.8/5 rDev +50.5%
A - A very dense amber color.
S- Almost not there, "almost" bready.
T- Excellent, it is exactly what it is supposed to be. Creamy. Perfect Pub Ale
M- Again very creamy, full feeling almost thick.
O- This is definitely one of if not my favorite Ale. Hands down.
Serving Type: Nitro Can
04-24-2011 04:18:36 | More by Tearik
4.72/5 rDev +48%
From draft at Nick's Pub in St. Louis
This is my favorite ale. I always get this when it is available on draft. From a can it is remarkably similar to draft.
It arrives at the table still rolling with carbonation. It typically settles with a finger or so if thick, rich cream colored head. Medium to dark amber color. Very pleasant aroma.
The taste is very smooth and mellow. Very well balanced. Slight hop flavor, but not strong or intense. This is an excellent beer to start the night with, or for session drinking.
05-02-2011 01:55:43 | More by MikieV
4.68/5 rDev +46.7%
Wow, I cannot believe this beer rated as poorly as it did! I truly find this a very unique brew.
Its the 'other' Guinness draught being lighter in color, and yet not any less interesting. Its flavor is very mellow, yet rich, and its overall creamy texture make the beer allot of fun to drink.
Its bubbles cascade just as Guinness draught's does...
I purchase this beer after the holidays in January, and consume it through early spring. I will report back later with a more detailed, definitive review of this beer.
01-05-2012 21:32:55 | More by AdrianRP
4.63/5 rDev +45.1%
This beer, is a really creamy beer. The appearance is perfect, I ve never see a beer from can appear like just poured from a pub tap. Taste is a bit weak for the tipe of beer, but terrific if consedered that is in can. Really good, I will fdefinetly buy again!
06-14-2013 11:47:46 | More by GaetanoBresci
4.6/5 rDev +44.2%
A champion beer in every sense of the word. I am surprised at the low ratings for this. It has a wonderful appearance (and I am not a big amber guy) and a perfect head. The taste is toasty and comforting. Probably the best of the more "popular" beers.
11-03-2004 21:56:08 | More by bronxlord
4.6/5 rDev +44.2%
This is my wifes review--- From pour to finish, this is a great beer.
Appearance: The cascading brew was a delight to watch from the lip of the can, to the bottom of the glass, and back up again It was like a show. Great head, retention, and lacing Lasted to the end of the glass. Nice golden honey color.
Smell: Sweet, honey like aroma, but not overpowering, just right.
Taste: Phenomenal, loved it. Smooth flavor, a little strong at the finish, but not bad.
Mouth feel: Creeeaaaammmyyyy and ssmmmmoootttthhhh. Low on carbonation makes for better (or more) intake without feeling bloated. The nitro cans have it going on.
Drinkability: I would consider this a session beer. As a true Irish Lass, is pains me too say that have to drink, and like, an English Pub Ale. However, my Grand-pappy will have to roll over, because this is to damn creamy and smooth.
Follow the suggestions, drink cool, not cold.
And as always remember the immortal words:
Beer is proof that God loves us, and wants us to be happy.
02-26-2006 15:03:39 | More by bossmanjg
4.6/5 rDev +44.2%
My favorite ale. Served from a can, this beer poured an extremely thick, creamy head that dissipated quickly. The color was a lightish yellow. Smelled rich and creamy. This was the first time I had experienced such a sweet dairy-like smell. Could have sworn there was milk in it. Tasted incredibly sweet and creamy, but felt a little harsh in the mouth for some reason, however this harshness was countered by the incredible taste. Easy to drink since the flavor was so incredible!
12-19-2003 03:43:18 | More by WallyBoag
4.58/5 rDev +43.6%
Boddingtons Pub Ale is the first pub ale I have ever tried and fell in love with it right away, it is a remarkable beer that doesn't disappoint.
A- It is very inviting with the can being the color yellow, very welcoming and settle to the eye, and when you pour it into your glass it is like a ballad of bubbles that rushes from the bottom of the glass that swims trough the cloudy of golden beauty.
S- The smell is good not over powering with a very delightful smell of a pale ale.
T- The taste is amazing it rushes in your mouth with a smooth but full flavor, I am head over heels in love with this beer, makes me want to be more open to trying different pale ales, who wants to take a trip to England?
MF- Is to good for words it sets on your taste buds and refreshes your thirst for a good beer, I can't wait to have another, to fill my mouth with it's pure flavors of a true import from across the pond.
D- It is very drinkable, although it does fill you up quicker then your average beer, but I can definitely say I could drink this beer trough out the evening, so the next time your in the mood for a real eye opener ask your bartender for a Boddingtons Pub Ale, and never look back!
05-11-2010 03:43:14 | More by Kaiser777
4.58/5 rDev +43.6%
Poured from can into glass stein.
Darker brown ale color. Beautiful show it put on.
Spectacular head. Creamy 2 inches. Stuck around for as long as it took me to drink it.
Smell was okay but cleaner smelling than others. Earthy.
Taste was the best part. First drink was like drinkin the tears of a lifelong enemy. It was amazing. Smooth and creamy, had a slight bite, Perfect in my ale book so far.
Same with mouthfell. Exceptional.
Drinkablilty. You know. Easy to drink by far. Almost dangerously easy to drink.
I will buy this many times im sure of it.
Great buy $6.29 for a four.
08-05-2007 02:47:01 | More by Clockwork420
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