Breakfast Beer Tasting: Barelegs Brew
The basics: This “golden ale” poured more on the amber side with reasonable carbonation and a small head that soon evaporated. There was a faint aroma of caramel and very little else.
Taste: Mainly caramel with some biscuit malt. It did have more going for it than St Patrick’s, as there was some hop dryness there, but not very much.
Finish: Short; any dryness disappears almost immediately.
Conclusion: An improvement on St Patrick’s, but once again failing to scale the heights. One for the neighbour who sometimes takes your parcels in.