Blakemere Brewery Two Tone Special (5%)

Two Tone SpecialTwo Tone, the sound of my junior school discos.
Well, a mixture of that, heavy metal, Adam & The Ants and The Nolans.
Two Tone Special is a decent fruity, chocolatey stout.
It pours a deep dark black with a cappuccino head and a smell that’s all smoky chocolate and blackberries.
Taking a swig you get lots of burned toast, black coffee and dark chocolate.
There’s prune juice in here too, and some aniseed, along with a light herbal leafiness towards the end that leads you to a good dry bitter finish.
I just wonder if there’s any copyright infringement with the label, because as cool as it looks, it surely belongs to someone else.

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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