The Great Yorkshire Brewery Yorkshire Blackout (5%)

Yorkshire BlackoutWell, this is an enormously chocolatey bottle of fun.
Digestive Biscuits and chocolate, rum and raisin and chocolate.
In fact you might struggle with this beer if you’re not a chocolate fan.
It’s not sticky in any way, there’s no sugary teeth grinding overkill, but Yorkshire Blackout is driven entirely by the massive chocolate heart.
There’s a decent enough autumnal red crunchy leafy hopping and a lick of rum and raisin that leads towards a sticky toffee pudding finish aided by some creamy sweetness from the lactose, but everything and I mean everything is tasted through a thick chocolate shell.
Very nice is chocolate is your thing.

Source: Hoptimism

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