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Top 15 English Beers

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The Flagship Beers of England

After having known the types of English beers, you might be wondering how to choose the best from this vast list.

Although most of the English beers are found to be excellent in their quality and taste, there are few picks which are worth trying at least once.

English Beers

These are the ones which have got the top-rated rankings from the consumers. So, which beers from England have been rated high?

Aren’t you curious to know about it? Well, continue reading to know the top 15 beers from England here…

The Flagship Beers of England

After having known the types of English beers, you might be wondering how to choose the best from this vast list.

Although most of the English beers are found to be excellent in their quality and taste, there are few picks which are worth trying at least once.

These are the ones which have got the top-rated rankings from the consumers. So, which beers from England have been rated high?

Aren’t you curious to know about it? Well, continue reading to know the top 15 beers from England here…

Elgood’s Black Dog

This is an award-winning dark-coloured mild ale beer. This beer is found to be well-balanced with a complete roast flavor, along with the hints of dark chocolate and raisins.

You can also feel a touch a caramel in this beer. The strength of this beer is found to be 3.6% ABV.

Camerons’ Strongarm

This is an ale beer that is ruby red in colour and is coming with a good head. This beef is found to be giving out a fruity malt aroma and caramel bitter taste.

This beer is being brewed in Hartlepool. The strength of this beer is found to be 4.0% ABV.

Camerons’ Strongarm

This is an ale beer that is ruby red in colour and is coming with a good head. This beef is found to be giving out a fruity malt aroma and caramel bitter taste.

This beer is being brewed in Hartlepool. The strength of this beer is found to be 4.0% ABV.

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Fuller’s London Porter

This delicious London Porter is brewed using crystal and brown chocolate malt. What we get from this beer are the richer, darker, and complex flavours.

I would say this beer is pairing well with several varieties of foods especially our desserts. The strength of this beer is found to be 5.4% ABV.

Wells & Youngs’ Bombardier

This is a premium bitter beer type that is coming with a very good head and a fruity caramel taste.

This beer is available both in cans and in bottles. The strength of this deep amber coloured beer is found to be 5.2% ABV.

Ilkley Brewery’s Mary Jane

This pale ale variety is found to be a complete package of aromatic American hops. Thus, this beer is found to be flavourful with a refreshing crispy taste.

We can find that this beer is giving out stronger citrus aromas along with a refreshing finish. The strength of this beer is found to be 3.5% ABV.

Wychwood’s Hobgoblin

As some of you might be aware, this beer is traditionally crafted as a ruby beer and is being pushed around the Halloween time.

It appears dark amber in colour and is coming with a thin head and fruity hop aromas. The exotic creamy malt taste is giving this beer the top-rated status. The strength of this beer is found to be 5.2% ABV.

Hilden’s Irish Stout

I would say that this beer has a matured taste among the English stout beers. The perfect blend of roasted barley and the hops is giving this beer the full-bodied chocolate plus coffee flavours.

Most of the beer lovers feel this as interesting and hence, they have given a higher rating for this beer. The strength of this beer is found to be 4.3% ABV.

Morland’s Old Speckled Hen

This is an English fine ale variety that comes with a rich amber colour. The head of the beer will be disappearing very quickly.

Personally, I liked the beer’s malty aroma and the bitter malt taste. The strength of the beer is found to be 5.2% ABV.

Shepherd’s Neame’s Bishops Finger

This strong ale variety of beer is brewed using Kentish hops and is having a firm and fruity flavours of malt and cinnamon.

The most favourite aspect of this beer is its mild bitter orange finish. The strength of this beer is found to be 5.4% ABV.

Courage’s Directors

This is an ale beer of superior quality and is coming with an exotic amber colour. This beer is found to be giving a thin head and a malt aroma.

The taste is more of hop which is found to be bitter. The strength of the beer is found to be 4.8% ABV.

Greene King’s IPA Reserve

This Indian Pale Ale beer is full-bodied ale with the flavours of grapefruit and citrus fruits. These, along with the floral hops are giving away a dry bitter finish.

This premium strength ale is found to have an alcohol content of 5.4% ABV.

Badger’s Tangle Foot

This deep golden colour beer from Badger is giving out a poor head, but some exotic fruity aromas along with the flavours or malt and fruits.

I like to drink this beer from bottles, as well as from cans. The strength of this beer is found to be 5.0% ABV.

Brewdog’s Punk IPA

This is another Indian pale ale beer, which gives a refreshing flavour more naturally. The flavours of this beer are of tropical fruits.

The strength of this beer, which would leave a sharp bitter finish, is found to be 5.6% ABV.

Brewdog’s Punk IPA

This is another Indian pale ale beer, which gives a refreshing flavour more naturally. The flavours of this beer are of tropical fruits.

The strength of this beer, which would leave a sharp bitter finish, is found to be 5.6% ABV.

Marston's Pedigree

This is an exceptional premium ale beer with a thin head and malt aroma. This is found to be having the taste of malt and toffee and is found to be giving a sweet and refreshing aftertaste.

This deep amber coloured beer is found to have strength of about 4.5 to 5.0% ABV.

Meantime’s Raspberry Wheat Beer

This, which is a pale, hopped wheat beer, is giving a fantastic crisp, fruity flavour which will be followed by a wild refreshing zesty finish. This lightly hopped beer is found to be having strength of 5% ABV.

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Mac Wheeler

Mac Wheeler

Wine Writer

Mac is an avid traveller, who spends many months of the year wandering the world with a laptop and a suitcase. He has been a wine lover for over 30 years, and has a fondness for Italian reds, although don’t ask his opinion on the Barolo Wars. On his travels he has tasted a great many wines. Some good, some bad, and some that should never have been sold for human consumption.

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