Exmoor Silver Stallion - Exmoor Ales Limited
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Reviews by wl0307:
United Kingdom (England)
3.75/5 rDev 0%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4
Tasted this beer by a pint on 8 May 05 in my local pub, and the beer is a very rare guest beer indeed, for it does not even appear on Exmoor's own website...
A: it pours clear, slightly dark amber colour and almost no carbonation is detected; an extremely thin head manages to stay throughout the drink. Looking just nice and fresh for a pint of cask-bitter.
S: a bit disappointing at first, for no considerable smell comes through (or perhaps it's because the pint glass is so full that there is no leeway for me to play with the beer...), leaving only faint, hay-ish hop note. Later on, some fruity, berry-like tart smell gradually manifests, but on the balance it's not quite strong on aroma.
T: in coherence with the nose, on the palate there is some lively and "floating" tartly sweet taste of berries, followed by faint nutty palate of malts, and finished with mild hay-ish hoppy bitterness. Still a little tart in the aftertaste which is nevertheless balanced by good amount of hops lingering in the throat.
M&D: a medium-bodied bitter, the evolving mouthfeel runs from flat through better-sweet to dryish-hoppy and more lively finish; on the balance it's quite smooth, but a bit lackluster in terms of depth and overall structure... However, given its rather low profile, it's still an above-average drinkable, session beer.
Serving type: cask
05-09-2005 05:54:10 | More by wl0307
Exmoor Silver Stallion from Exmoor Ales Limited
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