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Old 06-15-2006, 04:55 AM   #1
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Default Morland: The Tanner's Jack

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".
"Fine Ale"
"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.


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