DEYA Brewery CGBW Export Stout (7%)

When you pour a beer, take a swig and say, “oh yeah,” out loud, you know you’re on to something good.
Like the astonishing Triple IPA before it, this beer has been brewed as a collaboration between DEYA and a host of others, including Hillside, Gloucester and Velvet Owl, with all profits going to the wonderful National Star Charity.
And what a magnificent beer this is, pouring an inky purple black with a frothy cappuccino head, the smell is treacle tart and coffee beans, and that’s what you find in the heart of the beer when you take a mouthful.
Rich round and chewy treacle tart laced with deep dark sexy black coffee, sticky sweet honey and crunchy oatmeal biscuits make up the malt body of the beer while the hops bring a swish of nettle tea, hazel leaves and gloopy orange marmalade that, along with the warmth of the alcohol, make for a deep rich and chewy finish.

Source: Pop’n’Hops

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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