On to Bath

From time to time, BeerUnion will post submissions from traveling correspondent Katie Thombs. Here’s one from Bath:

Bath, although rather small in comparison to many of our other destinations, had much to offer a beer lover. From Marston’s Sweet Chariot (smooth with a slight sweetness that is kept in check), to the Bellringer (a Bath ale with a delicious bite), all tastes can be satisfied. A pub that is most definitely a must is the Olde GreenTree. The various cozy rooms with plenty of tables and benches makes it an ideal location to gather for a pint with friends or even just chat with the locals. Here you should try the Exmoor Gold, a nice golden ale that isn’t too heavy but does have a slight bitterness after a few sips. The Olde Green Tree Ale was a wonderfully refreshing light ale with tons of balanced hoppy flavor and easily drinkable in large quantities.


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