Sanda Black IPA is really good.
It’s as simple as that.
There’s a lovely passion fruit on burned wood aroma and the beer pours dark and inviting.
Sanda’s malts are lightly smoked treacle and chocolate, pistachios, raisins and toffee.
On top of this Fyne has packed heaps of Nelson Sauvin hops to give a big hit of gooseberries, grapefruit and lemon rind.
All this makes for a zingy, bitter, dry finish that goes on for ages.
As I said, really good.
Source: Best Of British Beer