Now this is a nice Bitter.
Durdle Door smells of bran flakes, apricots and peaches and pours a very nice deep chestnut red.
The malts are robust, lots of orange marmalade, toffee and well baked digestive biscuits.
And there’s a helping of treacle spinge pudding too.
It’s sticky and satisfying, warm and doughy.
The hops are a fine balance of autumnal leaves and zesty bright lemon skins, and the finish is soft runny honey, cracked pepper with a decent bitter edge.
Source: Best Of British Beer