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91 • Batemans Combined Harvest Multigrain Beer.
Brilliant pale amber color with a lacy head. Aromas of buttered multigrain toast and orange marmalade follow through on a soft, round entry to a crisp, dryish medium-to-full body with lively citrus acidity and walnut praline notes. Finishes with a tangy, palate stimulating fade of cocoa, nuts and mild citrusy hops. A superb food beer. (tasted on Feb-20-2009)
90 • The Hurns Brewing Co. Tomos Watkin Lovely Ale.
Deep amber color with a frothy head. Mild toasted buttermilk biscuit and toasted grain aromas follow through on a round, supple entry to a dryish medium body with a fine mesh of nuts and dried autumn fruits. Finishes with a snappy wisp of praline and earthy hops. (tasted on Feb-20-2009)
89 • The Hurns Brewing Co. Tomos Watkins Old Style Bitter.
Hazy burnished amber color with a fine mousse. Aromas of cocoa dusted nuts, dried apple, cooked okra, and raisin toast follow through on a supple, finely frothy entry to a dryish medium body with tangy mild citrus and cream notes and a refreshing white nut accented fade. A spot on bitter. (tasted on Feb-20-2009)
88 • Rogue Ales Younger's Special Bitter Ale.
Deep amber color with a fine blanket of manila foam. Roasted pecans and pumpernickel toast aromas follow through on a bright, vibrant entry to a dry medium-full body with firm tart grapefruit peel hoppiness and a nutskin accented fade. A boisterous, west coast hophead domestic version of bitter ale. (tasted on Feb-20-2009)

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