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Boddingtons - Draught

Smooth Aftertaste

Country of Origin

England

Producer Information

Key Information

Try pairing this beer with spicy, charred and aromatic dishes, particularly seafood and poultry.

Boddingtons is a medium-bodied pale ale, that is renowned for its golden color, distinctive creamy head, smooth body and easy drinking character. It has a creamy, malty and slightly sweet flavour and features a clean, smooth aftertaste.

It has been enjoyed by drinkers in England for more than 200 years.

2 Comments

Maciej Polewczyk 2013-01-11 11:32:12

By far one of the best tasting beers!! Trust me.

Neil ROBINSON 2007-02-16 20:24:17

Boddies in a Can. Just back from Australia - Don't mention the cricket! We stopped in Currumbine a suburb of Perth with relatives. When we arrived the brother-in-law had bought two slabs(48 cans)of Boddies and put them ALL in the fridge. If you think 3.8% in the UK is good then try 4.7% in Oz! It helped kill the pain of the 5 day series. We replenished the stock several times from his local "Beer Off". The taste was something else and I hope it can be available in the UK (It may be, but I have not seen it). It was not cheap - but good things rarely are - but it beat any of the "local" beers - hands down. Thanks again and I look forward to the next "Tour Down Under". P.S. The brother-in-law will not drink anything else NOW and I don't in the UK!!!