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Dark Mild

Aroma: Low to moderate malt aroma, and may have some fruitiness. The malt expression can take on a wide range of character, which can include caramel, toffee, grainy, toasted, nutty, chocolate, or lightly roasted. Little to no hop aroma, earthy or floral if present. Very low to no diacetyl.

Appearance: Copper to dark brown or mahogany color. A few paler examples (medium amber to light brown) exist. Generally clear, although is traditionally unfiltered. Low to moderate offwhite to tan head; retention may be poor.

Flavor: Generally a malty beer, although may have a very wide range of malt- and yeast-based flavors (e.g., malty, sweet, caramel, toffee, toast, nutty, chocolate, coffee, roast, fruit, licorice, plum, raisin). Can finish sweet to dry. Versions with darker malts may have a dry, roasted finish. Low to moderate bitterness, enough to provide some balance but not enough to overpower the malt. Fruity esters moderate to none. Diacetyl and hop flavor low to none.

Mouthfeel: Light to medium body. Generally low to mediumlow carbonation. Roast-based versions may have a light astringency. Sweeter versions may seem to have a rather full mouthfeel for the gravity.

Overall Impression: A dark, low-gravity, malt-focused British session ale readily suited to drinking in quantity. Refreshing, yet flavorful, with a wide range of dark malt or dark sugar expression.

 
OGFGIBUsSRMABV
1.030 - 1.038 1.008 - 1.013 10 - 25 12 - 25 3.0 – 3.8%
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Hook Norton Hooky Dark
Monk
Monk  
618 0 1 0

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A dark chestnut coloured ale, full of roast malt flavours, and complemented with superb dry-hop aromas from East Kent Goldings.
 
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Hook Norton SDM (Special Dark Mild)
Monk
Monk  
691 0 1 0

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Spring
A deep rich, full body, slightly sweet, fruity flavour typical of a traditionally English Dark Mild.
 
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Kelburn Ca’ Canny
Monk
Monk  
700 0 1 0

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Seasonal/Limited Release
A rich, dark ale, combining a fusion of coffee and chocolate with a deep, fruity aftertaste.
 
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Mild
Monk
Monk  
648 0 1 0
Brewery

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Bottled 12oz
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Available Year-round
Mild is traditionally the month that Camra promote Mild and we like to offer our support when we can and produce a 4.0% abv dark Mild for May. Mild doesn't necessary mean week: it means 'not bitter'. Many Milds are indeed low gravity, but the most important...
 
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Twisted Barrel Beast Of A Midlands Mild
TheCellarMonk
TheCellarMonk  
680 0 1 0

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Serving types:
On Tap
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International Bitterness Units (IBU):
20 IBU's
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Available Year-round
A traditional Midlands style mild made using a complex variety of malts to provide a rich, textured backbone that belies its minimal strength. The addition of vanilla pods provides a creamy finish and aroma.
 
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York Centurion's Ghost Ale
Monk
Monk  
902 0 1 0

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Centurion's Ghost is dark ruby in colour, full tasting with a mellow roast flavour balanced by light bitterness and autumn fruit flavours that linger into the aftertaste.
 
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