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Darkness 4.2%, Acorn Brewery, England
15 arviota
3.5
Darkness
4.2% Mild Ale
English Mild Ale.

Arviot

Post author: Guitarfreak
Guitarfreak
@ The Shakespeare Tavern- Bristol
1 year ago
4.5
Always good to find a cask mild!

Post author: AtomicDucks
AtomicDucks
@ The Plum Pudding
1 year ago
Darkness, England
3.6
Cask; pours a deep clear brown, soft of white to tan head; on the nose clean, malt forward, earthy and spicy, notes of burned toast and perhaps coffee; in the mouth smooth and clean, fruity with hints of fig roll and bread crust; medium bodied, short finish, lingering fruity aftertaste

Post author: Deek69
Deek69
@ Ye Olde Star Inne
5 years ago
4.0

Post author: Oranjeboom Andy. T
Oranjeboom Andy. T
5 years ago
3.2
Dark and smooth

Post author: KozelFan
KozelFan
@ The Cross Keys Wetherspoons
6 years ago
Darkness, England
3.5
Lots of roasted malts give a balanced rich coffee flavour with hints of toffee. The lacing persisted down the glass and the finish was more chocolatey than the starting coffee and chocolate. A nice 🍺.

Post author: Steve T
Steve T
@ The Mile Castle
6 years ago
4.5

Post author: Stuart A
Stuart A
@ The Society Rooms
6 years ago
Darkness, England
4.0
Very dark red ale, creamy and mild, slight hoppy bitterness of an IPA but also quite sweet and malty. Pleasantly surprised, hopefully on for a few days!

Post author: Mickl B
Mickl B
@ Kelham Island Tavern
6 years ago
3.5
Can't be an IPA with malt in it. It is very light though for a dark malty beer. Strange but at this stage of the day, more than drinkable. May need two or three to make a more informed decision 🥂

Post author: BRUBAKER
BRUBAKER
@ The Cricketers
6 years ago
4.0

Post author: Chris S
Chris S
@ Waggon & Horses
6 years ago
3.5