Beer Type: Standard Bitter
Brewer: Mordue Brewery
Bottle conditioned: No
Bottle size: 500 ml
Country of origin: England
What the label says:
The original Mordue Brewery was situated on Wallsend village green and run by Joseph Mordue a brewer of distinction in the 19th Century. In 1995 over 100 years later, two brothers revived their range of beers gaining both local and national awards.
Radgie Gadgie is a strong, easy drinking northern ale with balanced hops, fruit and malt and a long lingering finish. Champion Strong Bitter Award winner 1998.
What the Beerdrinker says:
The Beerdrinker cannot imagine that Wallsend ever had a village green, so had no idea what to expect from this beer. It is another honey coloured beer, but with a really lively head that stays throughout the drink. It has a very sweet fruity smelling nose though tastes of golden syrup with a bitter finish. The beer is sticky and clings to the tongue causing the lingering bitterness. It is almost, but not quite a really good beer.
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