Fynebank is a Golden Ale aged in Springbank Whisky casks.
And it’s OK.
But that’s about the best I can say for it.
You see, everything’s very thin and a bit insipid, which I wouldn’t usually expect from an aged beer.
The aroma is toffee and damp wood, and taking a sip the flavour follows suit.
Everything feels damp.
Light toffee, some biscuits, and the damp woody thing that slowly works its way into a limp whisky tinged mushroom and herbal hedgerow ghost.
Generally I like Fyne very much, but I’m afraid that this is a very weak offering from them.
Tags7.5% + Amber Ale American American beer Barrel Aged Beer Beer Review Belgian Best Bitter Bitter Black IPA Bottle Conditioned bottled beer Brewery Brown Ale CAMRGB Can Canned beer Chocolate Coffee Craft DIPA Double IPA Drinking Fruit beer Golden Ale Home brew Imperial Stout IPA Lager Lagered Beer Milk Stout Pale Ale Porter Real Ale Red Ale Rye Beer Saison Session IPA Smoked beer Sour Beer Spiced Beer Stout Tax Wheat beer