This “First Class Premium Bitter” is pretty good as it goes.
Pouring a dark copper, the smell is toffee coated fruit in an ironmonger’s workshop.
The malts are brown bread and honey, toffee, vanilla pods and ball bearings, and the hops are blackberry tea on freshly mown lawns, Dandelion & Burdock and Swarfega.
With a finish that’s caramel sticky and lemon juice fresh, this is an easy drinking bitter that’ll not shake your world, but will definitely make you happy.
Source: Best Of British Beer