Right now I'm drinking a beer called The Tanner's Jack made by Morland, an English brewing co.
The back says: "The Tanner's Jack is a flavoursome and well-hopped ale brewed to celecrate an 18th century tradition of drinking fine ales from leather tankards called black jacks or simply "jacks".
"From the brewery of "Old Speckled Hen""
It's a very interesting brews for I am not all that familiar with English ales...
Details: highly carbonated, light body, very dry finish, medium high bitterness. An aroma I am not familiar with...smells like wheat toast. Copper colored
At first, the taste reminded me of a more bitter, 'little maltier, Corona
Anyone have this before?
The aroma throws me off everytime I go in for a sip, but, I always like a tad of difference. I could see myself drinkin' a really cold pint of it.