The little sister to Art Brew’s Anarchist Party Bitter, this is still pretty feisty in its own right.
Firstly there’s that fresh mandarin and Juicy Fruit chewing gum smell.
Then there’s a decent malt that provides some toffee sweets stuck to a fence post with honey and beeswax.
The hops are lemon and orange juice, mango and wood glue, resinous and sticky, but they collapse quite quickly leaving a finish that lacks just a little bit of body and as a result goes a bit thin.
But even with that said, this is better than most other session beers can manage.
Apart from maybe The Kernel’s Table Beer.
See you on the barricades!
Source: Art Brew
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