|Boddington's Pub Ale|
Boddington's Pub Ale is an example of an English Pale Ale. It is a light ale without a strong malt character or a strong hop character.
The beer is foamy/creamy. The immediate carbonation that is seen when pouring dissipates quickly. Apart from the foamy top, the beer is rather flat. Still, that foamy top does make for a soft, creamy mouthfeel.
Boddington's Pub Ale comes in a pint can with the Draughtflow system for carbonation (i.e., a widget causes carbonation when the can is opened). There was a slight aluminum can taste.
Kim describes the beer as smooth and creamy, with a hint of honey at the end. Easy to drink.
The beer reminds me of Czech Pilsener, but with British, Burton-upon-Trent water and ingredients. It's good. I'm sure a pint of this beer in a London pub is even more flavorful and satisfying.
This beer is good for watching episodes of Midsomer Murders and Doc Martin.