Red Willow’s Smokeless is a smoked Porter and it’s not bad.
It pours a deep dark chocolate brown and its smell os bitter chocolate coated prunes by the fireside.
There’s a decent burned biscuit and toffee malt and the hops are crunchy red autumnal leaves.
Pervading every corner of this beer is a gentle smoky breeze that acts like a comfortable mist and envelopes you as you drink, making the beer feel warm and thick and strangely nostalgic, much like drinking a good brandy late at night in an old drawing room.
Now, where’s my cummerbund?
Source: Best Of British Beer
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