Daily beer project


Posted in Imports by dailybeerproject on January 20, 2011

I sampled Tetley’s as part of a black and tan a few weeks ago, noting “I imagine I’d like it straight up,” which it turns out I do. It’s good, not out of this world fantastic, but highly drinkable. It’s a typical English pale ale, a little more flavorful than Bass, but a little more subtle in its flavors than a typical American pale ale. Good beer, especially considering it comes from one of the largest brewing conglomerates in the world, and a safe choice if you don’t recognize anything else on the beer menu and aren’t feeling adventurous.


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