A refreshingly different ginger taste is offset with hints of sweet toffee.
Don't just take our word for it, ask any fisherman and they'll attest - it's not only the trickle of trout that bites on the tranquil River Stour at Blandford. Should you wade these waters on a warm summer's night, beware the infamous Blandford Fly, whose bothersome bite can only be soothed with a spicy slice of fresh ginger.
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Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (18)
what has happened to this beer?
As an avid fan of Badger beer, coming from Dorset, we wanted a taste of home when we returned to the UK, but were very disappointed. Not content with changing the name from Blandford Fly to Blandford Flyer, it's now called THE Blandord Fly. Instead of the rich, warming gingery infusion which was absolutely delicious, it's become a watered down, insipid pale imitation of its former self. Not only the name has changed it seems, but also the recipe. So sad as it was a unique, wonderfully spiced rounded beer which used to be a real treat. Will have to go back to Brewdog which sadly is a superior beer now.
Wonderful soft spicy beer ... delicious chilled
Fantastic winter beer!
Just perfect for Winter...warming and delicious. In fact it's perfect chilled in the Summer too. Well done Badger!
Overly sweet which completely spoiled the taste.
A fantastic beer! It has a perfect hint of a refreshing summers day shandy but without the fizz, perfect with a curry!
Gorgeous 'ginger' beer
Absolutely wonderful balance of ginger and beer, without being 'ginger beer'. I can imagine it would be wonderful in cooking too, but it won't get into the cooking pot in this house!