Schelde Brouwerij Dulle Griet (6.5%)

Dulle Griet is a lovely fruity dark beer that’s both satisfyingly full and rich and refreshingly crisp.
It sits in your glass a deep mahogany and smells of biscuits and plums.
The malts are heavy with liquorice and prunes, deep and dark and juicy, and there’s a very good toffee coated digestive biscuit in the mix too.
Just as the hops kick in you get a brief hit of candied peel and star anise and a touch of cloves.
Then the hops go to work with elderflower and clementine citrus freshness, a whole load of mown grass and a bunch of fresh herbs that are tart and astringent and beautifully temper the sweet stickiness that lies at the heart of this beer.

About Simon Williams

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