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Mash Limited

Official Web Page 
London, UK

Opened: 1996
Date Visited:

A fashionable London brewpub. Production capacity is met by a microbrewery called Meantime in the Greenwich borough of London.

Beers Reviewed

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Mash Beer Type: Dortmunder or Helles ABV: 4.8%
Label design suggests yuppie beer and name suggests a new style. Instant dislike soon turned to appreciation when I took my first sip. Pale straw-like shade of golden, with a thin soft white foam, the faintest of haze, and a very moderate level of carbonation. Aroma is pretty pleasing and inviting, fresh and flowery, with slight hints of herbs. It shows a mild maltiness, is moderately fruity/lemony with a little hop spice. Palate is remarkably soft and smooth, mild, light to medium bodied, while there’s a slight chewiness as well as a little tingling carbonation, more so at the tip. Starts out very sweet with signs of sweet lemon, almost hinting towards orange, with a smooth honey-like maltiness, and a mid-palate fruitiness that suggests (but doesn’t quite shout out) apricots. The honey and the lighter lemon do play a nice balancing act together, while there’s a tangy bitterness to the finish that is also slightly dry. A mild bitterness lingers, but the honey and lemon sweetness shine through, leaving a very pleasantly satisfying aftertaste. A very well executed lager, probably one of the best in the UK.
Ratings: Appearance: 4/5 Aroma: 7/10 Palate: 4/5 Taste: 8/10 Overall: 15/20 Score: 3.8

Last Updated: 08/23/2001

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