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Brewed By: Greene King / Morland Brewery

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Number of Ratings: 258

Style: English Pale Ale

Brewed In: Westgate Brewery, Bury St. Edmonds, Suffolk, England, UK

ABV: 5%

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Abbot Ale

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Tasting Notes

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The Traveling Beer Snob profile pictureThe Traveling Beer Snob - April 1, 2022
Very smooth and malty. Lots of flavor. profile - February 8, 2019
Classic Best
ohnoimonfire1 profile pictureohnoimonfire1 - September 3, 2016
SRM17. Brilliantly clear with thin foam but good retention. Medium amount of bubbles. Grape and blackcurrant hop aroma, not overly strong, with bready malt. Taste to match but a little flat tasting. Sticky body with still carbonation. Medium bitterness. profile - May 1, 2016
Just regular ale. It's ok
fez$ profile picturefez$ - August 20, 2015
Had this as a cask in Histon, Cambridge, UK. It was fantastic. In the U.S. comes in a can, have to let it warm up. Not bad at all. Try it if you can!!!
bobbyhickory profile picturebobbyhickory - June 30, 2015
Malty and sweet with some good nuttiness to it. Not too heavy but on the heavier side. Not very much hops. Decent with cheese. profile - September 28, 2014
Had this beer in a British pub in cusco Peru.
prhubbard profile pictureprhubbard - July 4, 2014
Blimey. This reminds me of why I like Canadian craft brew so much. Thin 'n' weak it fails to satisfy. Probably better pulled from a cask as I seem to remember when I was in some Arundel local. About as exciting as an up-skirt shot of Fergie.
bobcady profile picturebobcady - June 20, 2014
Creamy Carmel malty. Slight scotch ale flavor. profile - February 27, 2014
Light and smooth. Very unique flavor. Mildly bitter with a good balance of malt
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