This is very nice though I’m not too sure it’s the “Keeping Beer” that the label suggests, given that it appears to be filtered and so is more likely to fall apart over time than to grow and mature.
But what do I know?
This is a solid Strong Ale that smells of plums and treacle with a malting that’s heavy with toast and toffee, honey and prunes.
There’s a decent bitter hedgerow hop full of lawn clippings and a squeeze of lemon juice, and a finish that’s big and round and satisfying.
Old Oak is good, but seriously, drink it now.
Source: Duncan Murray Wines