Whitbread Pale Ale 250ml

Brasserie Whitbread (Beer)

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The ale Whitbread Pale Ale 250ml is brewed by Brasserie Whitbread with its origins in England and shows an alcoholic strength of 5%. Drinks&Co users reviewed tihs beer with 4 of 5 points.
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Last brewed in 1976, the beer is being brewed under license by Windsor & Eton Brewery and will be available exclusively at the Draft House, Old Street in London for a month from 29 June. In a nod towards the pale ale’s heritage, the Draft House launch trade account is just a few hundred yards away from Whitbread’s last London site at the Chiswell Street Brewery.

Technical sheet · Whitbread Pale Ale

Producer: Brasserie Whitbread
Volume: 25cl
Alcohol Vol.: 5%
Type Of Beer: Ale
Country: England

Description · Brasserie Whitbread

Whitbread Pale Ale 250ml


  • Color: Whitbread Pale Ale 250ml has an orange colour.
  • Smell: malty nose with small jumps.
  • Mouth: The taste is slightly fruity, hard and malt, but no real hop bitterness. Mouthfeel is nice and thick coat, hard and tasty.

ABV: 5.7% Vol


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Posted on at 17.04


Whitbread Pale Ale 250ml

England Brasserie Whitbread Beer high fermentation aus caramel aromas of maple & eacute and pleasant fruit flavors.
Origin: brasserie
 Whitbread - England Appearance: amber robe & # 233 e bright blue, foam & # 233 r & # 233 e and abundant Nose: ar & # 244 my flower and houblonn & # 233 s, gentle...
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Posted on at 05.22


I found it awesome

Posted on at 16.02


Whitbread blade does not try to stand out from others and remains timid. Whitbread is a clear, pale dry beer. She has enjoyed hopping certainly making its unique feature.
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