@Ghostdrinker’s Poltergeist (6.66%)

We were teased on twitter by images of beautifully designed bottle labels.
There was talk in hushed tones that the blogging ghoul was making a beer.
Photos of actual bottles of this spectral brew started appearing.
And then, one evening last week I got home to find a small parcel waiting for me.
And inside was a bottle of @Ghostdrinker’s Poltergeist.

The cap was sealed with black wax which was a nice touch.
I broke through, popped the cap and took a whiff of rich, sticky tropical fruit sweets.
The beer is a lovely dark amber and sits all bold and brash in your glass.

I took a sip.

What can I say?
Delightful fruity sweets with a star anise spiced kick in the balls to back it up.
Yummy liquorice and aniseed flavours, followed by a brilliant dark and scary hop that has googly eyes.

Make more Ghosty!

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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One Response to @Ghostdrinker’s Poltergeist (6.66%)

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