Winster Valley Brewery Best Bitter (3.7%)

Best BitterWith this, Winster Valley have created a great little Best Bitter that sits a nice warm copper in your glass with just a ring of bubbles for a head.
This is a beer that smells of apples and pears, toffee and English honey.
Right from the off you realise this is a good beer, it’s mouth filling, sticky, gooey, a satisfying beer with a big toffee heart, digestive biscuit baked bran and a very nice juicy berry background.
There are a lot of orchard flavours too, apples and pears, twigs and leaves, and then a sharp bitter hop that’s fresh, green and deliciously spiky.
All this makes for a long honey rich and blackberry leaf bitter finish that draws you back for another mouthful.

About Simon Williams

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