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Brewed By: The Eagle Brewery / Wells & Young's Brewing Company (Carlsberg Marstons Brewing Co)

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Average Rating:
6.66487

Number of Ratings: 4813

Style: Fruit Bread Beer

Brewed In: The Brewery, Haverlock Street, Bedford, MK40 4LU, England, UK

ABV: 5.20%

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Eagle Banana Bread Beer

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Tasting Notes

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toddmclaren profile picturetoddmclaren - July 1, 2016
Slightly bitter, good banana flavor
mrskmart2015 profile picturemrskmart2015 - June 27, 2016
Tastes just like banana bread!!
palicki4 profile picturepalicki4 - June 20, 2016
Just enough banana flavor and aroma! Good beer
Jageallis@yahoo.com profile pictureJageallis@yahoo.com - June 18, 2016
Smooth banana taste... Fun every so often hood breakfast beer
awink90@hotmail.com profile pictureawink90@hotmail.com - June 12, 2016
Banana Bread!
Giacchino2016 profile pictureGiacchino2016 - May 21, 2016
Not good beer
bkblumenberg@yahoo.com profile picturebkblumenberg@yahoo.com - May 9, 2016
Love this beer. I drink hefeweizen just because I like the flavor so much. Not overpowering. Wish it was cheaper.
jhamden profile picturejhamden - May 6, 2016
Does not taste like a craft beer - bud light sprinkled with banana
s_ski84@yahoo.com profile pictures_ski84@yahoo.com - April 27, 2016
It's pretty nasty.
iniayashi profile pictureiniayashi - April 6, 2016
Tastes similar to a cream ale but clearly with added favors and aromas. It is also heavier than a cream ale and slightly less hoppy on average -- less bitter than a cream ale, again possibly due to the flavoring. Not bitter but not sweet. Can taste only a hint of bananas; the aroma of bananas is significantly stronger and is what provides the sensation of bananas. Lastly, this beer is more substantial and heavier than a cream ale. Ok but not for me.
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