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32 ratings
Tiley's (The Salutation Inn)
England

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Post author: Linners
Linners
@ The Beer Emporium (King St, Bristol)
7 months ago
3.2
Sharp hoppy flavour, very crisp. Eases out into fruity peach notes and refreshing. Judge’s label: Would have another

Post author: Ben B
Ben B
@ Salutation Inn
8 months ago
4.8

Post author: Chris B
Chris B
@ Salutation Inn
5 years ago
4.0
I’m back at The Sally on a Friday night. What could be better. Much nonsense has been discussed. I’ve probably had too many of these - but each one is a winner. The beer is brewed with oak smoked wood chips to disguise the alcohol content. The Amarillo hops end up being mellow, layered and buttery with billows of smoke floating through. Winner.

Post author: Chris B
Chris B
@ Salutation Inn
5 years ago
4.0
You don’t need much to make a great night. Plenty of snow, a warm welcome and some great beer. This is actually from yesterday. The weather was so bad that no-one went to work, they wrapped up and headed for The Sally. Pete opened the pub early. Winner. This stout is the perfect beer for the occasion. It’s inky thick black body a complete contrast to the pure white snow outside. Notes of liquorice and chocolate are evident as soon as you tip the glass. It’s taste is unctuous and rich with a slight bitterness. Definitely a half Pinter - enjoyed best by a glowing fire in a snowy landscape.

Post author: Chris B
Chris B
@ Salutation Inn
5 years ago
4.5
Hello friends. Apologies again for being away for a while. I've been on a work Odyssey which has been getting in the way of the better things in life - like beer..! As Autumn approaches - a late picture of the sun going down over the River Severn outside The Sally. Pete's latest batch of IPA on keg is superb. It's becoming a proper standard. Golden in colour and with a finely balanced tang of hops and fruit. It's scarily drinkable. You should all come down and try it. I guarantee you won't be disappointed. Cheers!