Old Speckled Hen | Greene King / Morland Brewery | Suffolk, United Kingdom (England)

Old Speckled Hen | Greene King / Morland Brewery | Suffolk, United Kingdom (England)

MORLAND OLD SPECKLED HEN - has a full, smooth flavour. Its rich amber colour and superb fruity aromas are complemented by a delicious blend of malty tastes. Toffee and malt combine with bitterness on the back of the tongue to give a balanced sweetness. This, all followed by a refreshingly dry finish.

MORLAND OLD SPECKLED HEN - has a full, smooth flavour. Its rich amber colour and superb fruity aromas are complemented by a delicious blend of malty tastes. Toffee and malt combine with bitterness on the back of the tongue to give a balanced sweetness. This, all followed by a refreshingly dry finish.

Old Speckled Hen pub

Old Speckled Hen pub

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Old Speckled Hen adverts...must see is "nuns playing soccer."

Cerveja Old Speckled Hen, estilo Extra Special Bitter/English Pale Ale, produzida por Greene King, Inglaterra. 5.2% ABV de álcool.

Old Speckled Hen

Cerveja Old Speckled Hen, estilo Extra Special Bitter/English Pale Ale, produzida por Greene King, Inglaterra. 5.2% ABV de álcool.

Old speckled hen, Creada en el año: 1717 Ingredientes: Agua, lúpulo, levadura, cereales Graduación Alcohólica: 5.2 %

Cervezas de Inglaterra

Old speckled hen, Creada en el año: 1717 Ingredientes: Agua, lúpulo, levadura, cereales Graduación Alcohólica: 5.2 %

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With a coppery gold colour, great presentation, head and lacing, this is a beer that delivers. Dry, but not too much, lightly bitter with a slight burnt wheat flavour and a fresh hot nose. This is a moreish beer which, at 5.2% doesn't know its strength!

With a coppery gold colour, great presentation, head and lacing, this is a beer that delivers. Dry, but not too much, lightly bitter with a slight burnt wheat flavour and a fresh hot nose. This is a moreish beer which, at 5.2% doesn't know its strength!

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