Wychwood - Imperial Red - Is it the blood he spills, or the red Celtic hair? The reds (usually called Ambrées,or russes, here in France) not to be confused with the rubis, or rubys, that are raspberry flavoured beers, nice for one or two but too overwhelming for a session ale.
Pullman First Class Ale - Hepworth & Company Brewers Ltd., West Sussex, UK : Sharing the "biscuity malt complexity and hazy, amber color of its sister ale Iron Horse", this ale "stands on its own". Pour at 55˚ and "take some time to enjoy". Hops give the "beer a delicate balance", with "slight hints of coffee and toasted malt". At only about 4.2% ABV, it's "amazing" these "English ales pack so much flavor and sophistication". A "perfectly delicious English session ale".
Iron Horse Pale Ale - Hepworth & Company Brewers, West Sussex, UK: "A perfect session ale" at 4.8%ABV, with "mellow biscuit malt, toasted grain, whole wheat bread, and a possible touch of brown sugar" in the flavor and aromatics. "Bottle-conditioned freshness" with "just a bit of ale yeast-inspired dried-fruit flavor". "Hops are dealt gently here" with "no real bitterness". "Flavorful from the high-kilned, ttoasted malts, but light and dry on the palate". "A lovely pint", "one to look for"