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Atlas Brewery Nimibus Blonde
78A smooth and mouthfilling beer in the continental blonde style rather than following the trend for golden ales with a citrus accent. The diacetyl note (butterscotch, as it is technically known) will n...
Caledonian Golden Promise
75One of the first organic ales, although the strain of barley that gives the beer its name is no longer used in the brew. After a full malty aroma and taste, the finish is refreshingly delicate.
Exmoor Brewery Gold
75One of the longest-established golden ales, dating back to the mid-1980s. Enjoy the rich, smooth maltiness.
78A delicate but tasty beer designed to draw lager drinkers into the ale fold, using American Liberty hops for a citrus character and Czech Saaz for soft bitterness.
Harviestoun Bitter & Twisted
80A remarkably tasty, bright yellow beer that can be comfortably chilled right down for hot days. Worth trying with a fruity salad like pear and stilton.
Hoggley's Northamptonshire Bitter
73Pleasant, if a little chewy, with a notably bitter finish. From a tiny Northamptonshire brewery.
Holden's Brewery Golden Glow
75An interesting, tasty golden ale from a long-established Black Country family brewery.
Hook Norton Haymaker
78Full flavoured, crisp, dry and nicely refreshing. One of a number of quality golden ales from this revered Oxfordshire family brewery.
Nottingham Brewery Extra Pale Ale
78A surprisingly robust and hoppy golden ale, not dominated, as so many beers of this type are, by citrus fruit.
Orkney Brewery Northern Light
75A pleasant, full-flavoured session ale with an informative back label.
Peak Ales Bakewell Best Bitter
75A robust and characterful, orange-golden bitter from Derbyshire that tastes stronger than the ABV suggests.
Saltaire Cascade Pale Ale
78A hop feast that also includes the Centennial hop alongside the one celebrated in the beer's name.
St Peter's Golden Ale
75A tasty, pleasant golden ale with an unusual hop character.
Theakston Paradise Ale
73A nicely dry, delicate beer featuring American Cascade hops. Perhaps too delicate to be pasteurised for the bottle and sure to be even better on draught.
Wells & Youngs Bombardier Burning Gold
75Along with a stout called Satanic Mills, this is the latest extension of the Bombardier brand, a golden ale featuring Fuggles and Golding hops.
Westerham Brewery Little Scotney Pale Ale
75A robust, full-flavoured but very dry bitter featuring Target hops from the National Trust's Scotney Castle farm in Kent.
Williams Brothers Gold
80A good-value, refreshing Scottish bitter using seven types of malt. Lots of clean flavours for its modest strength.
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Border brews (Cumbria and Northumberland)
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