This one is interesting. It's quite understated. There is a place for a beer like this. The mouth-feel was about perfect with that measure of maltodextrin. I like the East Kent Goldings hops. I got the idea to try them because they are used in the Fuller's ESB, currently one of my favorite beers. The carbonation is fairly inconsistent from bottle to bottle. I'm about at my wit's end with that issue. I'm going to try re-pitching before bottling with the next several batches. Overall, this might not be a flashy beer, but fills an important role in a tap roster.