High Water Brewing Campfire Stout (6.5%)

Campfire StoutIf anyone out there is bothered about my welfare could they send em a case of this please.
Campfire Stout is brewed with molasses and Graham Crackers, and it’s lovely.
Sitting a deep purple brown in my glass, the smell is hot chocolate and marshmallow, deep and rich, sweet and lovely.
You get treacle and coffee from the malts, along with chocolate, bread crusts and honey.
There’s rich red crunchy autumnal leaf litter from the hops, full of sticky woody resin and a bunch of fresh green tea leaves.
But what makes this Stout is the gorgeous biscuity malted milk that makes this beer feel comforting, satisfying, rather like warm cereal on a cold day topped with fluffy pink marshmallow fun.
Campfire Stout is very good indeed.

Source: Beers Of Europe

About Simon Williams

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