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Banks and Taylor Edwin Taylors Extra Stout

Banks and Taylor Edwin Taylors Extra Stout

Rated 3.500 by BeerPals
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Brewed by B & T Brewery (Banks and Taylor)

Shefford, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

Style:  Dry Stout

4.5% Alcohol by Volume

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A pleasant bitter beer with a strong roast malt flavour - Good Beer Guide 'Best of the Year' for the last 3 years. Winner of the East Anglian 'Beer of the Year' 2001. This Beer is brewed using Pearl Pale Malt, Amber Malt, Roast Barley and Challenger Hops.

ID: 12968 Last updated 15 years ago Added to database 16 years ago

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Statistics

Overall Rank3261
Overall Percentile93
Style Rank35 of 318
Style Percentile89
Lowest Score4.1
Highest Score4.4
Average Score4.250
Weighted Score3.500
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • MARKFRAGHERT 65 reviews
    rated 4.4 8 years ago

    Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 9 | Mouthfeel: 9 | Flavor: 9 | Overall: 9

    Cask, Draught
    Aroma: roasted malt, hops, coffee
    Appearance: solid dark brown, creamy brown head
    Mouthfeel: full bodied
    Flavour: balanced between sweet chocolate tones, bitter coffee, and dark roast
    Overall: A very good beer with great body and flavour

  • SIGMUND 4119 reviews
    rated 4.1 16 years ago

    Aroma: 9 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 8 | Overall: 8

    Cask at the Ipswich Beer Festival 2004, gravity dispense. Black (and I mean BLACK) colour, even when held to the light. Aroma has some dark chocolate, coffee and wood. Roast malt flavour. Hints of tar in the finish. Dry, woody aftertaste. This is not a stout of the "smooth and velvety" kind, but an interesting aquaintance indeed!

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