The most golden of all golden ales: Earl Soham – Brandeston Gold


20140729_195610Here’s a review of a beer that’s quite local to it’s own area, but shouldn’t be: Brandeston gold should be available NATIONWIDE – It really is that good…

First off, I need to say how much I like the Earl Soham brewery’s beers – I’ve had the pleasure of enjoying a pint of their “Vic” (Victoria bitter) at the Vic in Earl Soham, Suffolk.  I’ve even got the notes from a review of Vic somewhere; but I can’t – for the life of me – find them.  Looks like I’ll just have to drink and review it again…and that’s no hardship at all…

Anyway, back to the beer at hand: arriving in a glass a really lovely bullion-gold colour with a frothy, crisp, white head Brandeston Gold really is a golden beer.

The aroma is decadent honeyed malt, in fact probably the most honeyish beer I’ve had the pleasure of…

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