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mild

Brit draught beer, of darker colour than bitter and flavoured with fewer hops
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There's a real opportunity for mild to return to its former glory, when in the 1950s it was the nation's most popular beer style.
The Liberal club stocks Taylors Golden Best and Dark Mild.
Marsh Liberal Club, in New Hey Road, was voted the best club for selling mild.
Bob Tomlinson, of the Huddersfield and District branch of Camra, said: "Our organisation's national campaign to promote mild during May has now become an annual event.
Pale milds tend to have a lighter, more fruity aroma with gentle hoppiness.
The Wolverhampton-brewed Banks's became the best-selling mild beer in the United Kingdom and consequently the world.
Hobsons Mild overwhelmed more than 50 other brews at the Great British Beer Festival, praised by judges for its hop character and "complex layers of taste".
Customers can win T-shirts and free beer by following the Wild Mild trail around pubs from the Little Lark, in Studley, to the Red Lion, in Bromsgrove.
It is the third such event and branches of Camra across the country will be taking part to track down and a taste of a pint of mild beer
Below: Michael Robinson, chairman of Huddersfield Camra, presents the Mild Club of the Year 2011 award to Wendy and Guy Brook, stewardess and steward of Marsh Liberal Club, as members of the club and Huddersfield Camra look on (S)
He said: "I have always done a mild and it is popular, but more people do now seem to be drinking it.