8.5% | 330ml
– July 5, 2020
– April 16, 2020
Not sure how to explain this, a very unique beer.
– March 21, 2020
Expensive for size
– February 13, 2020
Just what you’d expect from these guys.
– January 27, 2020
– January 17, 2020
Fairly sure Imperial Mild is a style invented to get craft beer twats to pay 3x the price for a Doppelbock. It worked. Bready, bitter & a bit plummy.
– January 7, 2020
Not really a mild, more of a strong bitter/ barley wine, either way it was delicious
– December 13, 2019
– November 20, 2019
Wow, my granddad would be proud.
– November 18, 2019
Stunning. Lots of flavour. Best mild I have ever had.
– November 12, 2019
Rich, malty with a robust alcohol kick but not too much as to blow your socks off. Syrupy, nutty, sweet and smokey, perfect for autumnal days.
– October 31, 2019
– October 30, 2019
not really mild more a beefed up brown ale
– October 20, 2019
Really not my cup of tea. Tastes like boozy hobgoblin
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Brewed to celebrate Brouwerij De Molen’s ‘Borefts’ festival, under the brief ‘tradition’, this strong(ish) ale has it’s roots stretching back to the late 1700’s. The beer boasts 100% mild ale malt and 18g per litre of East Kent Goldings in the early boil, bringing aromas of vanilla and sweet oak with bold, rich, bruised fruit flavours.
This tasty brew comes in a 330ml can and is 8.5% ABV.