We drank this beer last Summer, but from what I remember it was an quite a light drink.
It didn't pour into the glass as golden as the name may suggest, it looked more like a traditional English bitter, not that that's a bad thing necessarily.
It had aromas of sweet malts, hops, and yeast, basically it smelt beery, with a touch of caramel, nuts, coffee, and a vegetal smell.
On the palate it was lightly fruity, with a slight tart taste, plus flavours of toffee, nuts, biscuity malts, and apples. The apple flavour reminded me more of a bitter.
The finish was distinctively hoppy and sweet malt flavours, and quite dry.
Wooden Hand Brewery, Pirate's Gold, was a drinkable beer, but I doubt we'd buy it again.
From the label -
Easy Drinking pale coloured ale, a tempting hop aroma with light fruit notes.
Strong malt and hop flavours with a dry tangy fruit finish.
This beer contains Maris Otter malted barley, torrified wheat, crystal malt, amber malt, English and European hops married with a fine English ale yeast.
Best served slightly chilled.
Brewed and bottled in Truro, Cornwall. ABV 4%
Wooden Hand Brewery
We weren't overly impressed with this Cornish beer - the label was probably the most interesting thing about it.
Have you tried Wooden Hand Brewery, Pirate's Gold?
What did you think of it?
Would you drink it again?