Beavertown Brewery Uncle Joe Russian Kvass (3.9%)

Uncle Joe Russian KvassWhat a terrible, terrible beer.
Initially I thought I might just have a bad bottle, but having wandered around the internet for a while it would seem just about everyone thinks the same.
The main problems here are an almost complete lack of fizz – there’s simply no life in here – and a sourness that tastes singularly of vinegar and lemon juice.
I hoped for a lot more from a beer made specially as Beavertown’s 100th brew.
The aroma has a slight first-thing-in-the-morning-wee stench to it, and there is so little of anything to distinguish in here save for the slightest hint of raisins (amazingly there were a LOT of raisins used in here if Beavertown’s blog is to be believed).
Happy birthday Beavertown, this went down the sink.

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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