Beer Tasting Notes for Oakham Ales

Country: England
Number of Tasting Notes: 1


Type: Bitter
ABV: 3.8%

I can’t recall if I’ve ever drank Oakham Brewery’s J.H.B. before, but after this I won’t forget how good was this.

Drinking this in Carmarthen’s Weatherspoons on a Saturday Afternoon, J.H.B is a straw coloured, hazy looking Beer with a nice short head and little carbonation. On the nose there’s some malt, fruit and notes of mild yeast.

Pump Clip of Oakham Ales’ J.H.B

Tasting J.H.B, you’d think that you’re sucking on an Opal Fruit. There’s a lot of Tropical Fruit here, pineapple, a little bit of peach. Along for the ride, there’s a dose of malt, that leads on to a hoppy finish.

I wasn’t sure what I was getting with J.H.B. when the barmaid passed the pint over to me, but after a few sips you know exactly where this Beer is at. The flavours here are equisive, I just love the fruit play here. The traditional citrus flavours here are at the back foot. I just love the Tropical play here, this Real Ale is very refreshing and moorish.

Rating Oakham’s J.H.B. I give this a solid eight out of ten. This Beer is highly rated by me. Along with Atilla, Oakham are doing thing’s right by producing top class Beers. Well done.

Smell: citrus,apricot

Final Score:
4.5 out of 5
4.5 out of 5