Boddingtons Pub Ale pours up very nice and creamy with a fine bubbly head which holds on while you drink it.
The aroma is very mild and lost in the smells of the ocean.
The taste is a little dry with a mild bitterness. There are malt characteristics present, too, buy they are very mellow The creaminess presents in the mouth feel, too.
It seems very appropriate to be drinking a beer of English origins on a cruise ship in the Atlantic ocean while reading “Hops and Glory” by Pete Brown. I just wish my GPS chip had gotten a good location when the picture was taken at sea.