I found Dancing Duck's Nice Weather on tap at the excellent Hand and Heart which is one of the best looking pubs in Nottingham and indeed the UK. Dancing Duck Brewery is based in Derby, which really isn't far away from Nottingham so I'm going to claim this as a local beer. Although given the rivalry between the cities they may not be happy about that. Nice Weather is a 4.1% session ale that pours a light, clear copper colour with a very small, quickly vanishing white head. It's not much of a looker really.
Nice Weather from Dancing Duck brewery has a very fruity aroma with berries in particular coming through quite clearly. As you'd expect from a beer this colour the texture is light and fairly refreshing, but for me it didn't taste great. Maybe drinking a light fruity beer at the end of October was just the wrong way to go, but it just didn't really appeal at all. You'll get some floral, fruity notes, with strawberry as just about the dominant flavour, but it's not great. Maybe I was just spoiled by some of the great beers I'd had in Nottingham that day, but sadly this Dancing Ducks Nice Weather really didn't do it for me. 3 out of 10.