Bullfinch Brewery Dapper (6.2%)

DapperThis is a new brewery to me and what an introduction.
Bullfinch (great logo, by the way) Brewery’s Dapper is an IPA – or “Imperial London Bitter” as they call it – made with shed loads of English hops, which shouldn’t sound odd but does in the current climate of US and Oz packed hoppy beers.
The beer is a deep orange with a big fluffy head and a big, punchy orchard fruit and ginger snap aroma.
Dapper malts are toasted white bread, biscuits, honey and toffee brittle, soft and sticky and salty sweet, and its hops are bursting with hedgerow and herbal leaves, marigolds and hazel, and just a gentle hint of aniseed which leads you into a long, crisp and superbly bitter finish.
Hello Bullfinch, I like you.

Source: Ales By Mail

About Simon Williams

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