I love a good bitter i truly do, Much to the jokes of my fellow Hashtagers but i’m not ashamed to admit it. There is nothing better than a good bitter on a cold day and its one of the few pleasures i allow myself after a hard days work. So here is our first bitter review, I only wish that it could have been a better specimen of the bitter range.
- COUNTRY United Kingdom
- CATEGORY Beer
- BRAND Jennings
- ABV 3.50%
- BOTTLE SIZE 500 ml
An example of boring, It didn’t look very spectacular, looks like any other bitter that is available, If i did have to comment i’d say this had a greyish tone to it with a small fine white head.
This is a very plain tasting bitter, If i’m honest the last word I would use to describe it is bitter, nothing really special, Nothing i can say about this, The taste was just boring and indescribable.
Very similar experience to the taste, This is just a very boring, very plain aroma, like many other aspects of this beer there is nothing much to say about it.
Value for money:
There was one advantage to this beer though because it was fairly cheap, shame the taste wasn’t there but i guess you get what you pay for.
Again nothing special or interesting about the making of this beer, I guess that coming from one of the biggest real ale brewers in the UK that’s no surprise, I guess a boring brewing process leads to a boring bitter.
In conclusion i found this to be a very boring bitter, It had no real taste, smell or look to it. There is nothing about this beer that’s exciting, Although i found it boring, its wasn’t totally repulsive to my pallet, i would choose it over many other beers out there but only if this was the only other option.