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“Adnams Broadside (Bottled)”

published 23/02/2012

ProGreat beer from one of the best breweries

ConsStrong beer at 6.3%

Over the past 4-5 years I've gone from lager drinker and occasional real ale drinker, to real ale and occasional lager drinker. This is perfectly natural. As you age, your taste buds start to wear out, with the area at the front of your tongue going first. This is the area that senses sweet, with...

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Super

ProTasty and not hard to find

ConsNot all that easy to find either

Arriving at the pub of a Friday evening is always something of a step into the unknown. Granted, the pub is where it's always been, the name hasn't changed and the decor's much the same. In fact, the Livingston Inn has been serving up pints of ale and hearty sustenance to thirsty wayfarers for...

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Excellent

“THE ADNAMS FAMILY.”

published 11/12/2002

ProFruity, full bodied and tasty...a bit like me! LOL...

ConsDoesn't really mix with food because of the distin...

I went out for lunch with my parents last week, after a shopping trip to the MacArthur Glen Retail Park. We stopped at a pub on the way home, at a place called Winsick (not too far away from Chesterfield), at the New Inn. I asked for a pint of Magnet, but they'd run out, so I had to choose quite...

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Super

“One of the Suffolk broads”

published 12/05/2003

ProStrong, full flavoured, gloriously coloured Englis...

ConsJust a tad too bitter from regular drinking

I have drifted back time and again to the south east corner of England in the pursuit of good tasting brews. Just across the Thames estuary from one of my favourites (Shepherd Neame in Faversham) is Adnams of Southwold, Suffolk. I tried one of their (standard strength) bitters a few weeks ago...

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Excellent

ProGreat taste and holds it's head well.

ConsNone with the exception of a hang over if you drin...

I first discovered Adnams ale when on a family holiday in Southwold, Suffolk. Southwold is a town where they have a working lighthouse in the middle of the town and the brewery still delivers the barrels of beer by house and cart to the local pubs. The next occasion that I came across Adnams...

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Good

ProAroma and Taste to match

ConsNot the cheapest (bottled)

*** I was set a challenge in January 2006 by a friend, to drink 365 different beers in a year. I managed 503!! So i thoguth i would share some of my views. At the time I kept a record of all beers drunk, on which dates and how i rated them (out of 10) I still have the list. First of all let me...

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Excellent

“A Broadside against lager!”

published 26/08/2005

ProA good pint

ConsPerhaps too good!

Adnams Broadside is a quintessential example of a good British real ale. It looks attractive in the glass, has a good head on it (but not a fluffy artificial one by any stretch of the imagination) and it has a good, clean scent to it. You can smell that it is made from good, honest hops and yeast...

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Product Information : Adnams Broadside Ale

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Bitter

Product Details

Manufacturer: Adnams

EAN: 5016878001167

Type: Bitter

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