Cheshire Brewhouse DBA (4.6%)

DBADBA is a “Strong English Ale” and it’s really rather nice even if personally I’d contest just how “strong” it is.
Pouring a dark copper, this is a malt heavy beer with a smell that’s hazelnuts and treacle and just a hint of chocolate.
Taking a swig you get a chewy toffee base, well baked digestive biscuits, honey and black pepper.
The hops are bitter and pithily floral, all dandelion and burdock, garden herbs and a splash of lemon juice, but they’re subdued by the weight of the malting that leaves a satisfyingly warm and sticky finish.

Source: Best Of British Beer

About Simon Williams

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