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Tasting impressions #41: TTL Pale Ale Clone – Dry Hopped in Cask

March 30, 2013

Timothy Taylor Landlord Clone, the dry hopped cask version. Five grams of Styrian Goldings went into the 5 litre mini cask.

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Fruity, peach mostly. Dry, refreshing. Solid medium body, quite a full mouth feel. Different from the non-dry hopped version? Yes, I think so, the initial aroma hit from the glass is clearly full of hops and later burping clearly more so. Could be the Gypsum too. One cask left of this nectar and it will be drunk with Mr Morgan who will have a better handle on how close this beer is to TTL – a cracking beer nevertheless for my taste.

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