Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Essex Craft Beer Review: Sweet Sixteen from Mighty Oak

Welcome to the Shed. I am even-star and this is The Beer in Review. Today's Essex craft beer review is for Sweet Sixteen from Mighty Oak.

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When I said yesterday that we had come to the end of the Christmas season beers I had totally forgotten I had this one to do. It is the last beer for January 2016 (sorry, I have a backlog!) and it gets a firm and resounding Snail of Approval.

Sweet Sixteen was a light gold bitter. Kinda cloudy. Apple and oranges, bitters, lemon time. Very fresh and aromatic with a hint of caramel on the finish. Lovely!

If you want to see all of the beers so far this year, you can visit the all mighty spreadsheet of beers page on this blog or just look at the list below:

Beer NameBrewery
Razzle DazzleLoddon
Uncle SamCotleigh
Midnight PorterCottage Brewing
SX DevilHope Brewing Company
And a Partridge in a Pear TreeWelbeck Abbey Brewery
London Pale AleMeantime
Montana RedFullers
Summit SpecialBlakemere Brewery
Silent NightBuntingford Brewery
Sergeant PepperMighty Oak
Old ChestnutTring
LovestruckMadness Brewing Company
Cracker Barrel Plum PorterSperrin Brewery
Silver SurferMighty Oak
GrandstandTwickenham Ales
Black DiamondWenthworth Brewery
Granny Wouldn't Like ItWolf Brewery
Sweet SixteenMighty Oak

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