Stewart Brewing First World Problems (6.2%)

First World Problems - 1By far the best beer I’ve had from Stewart, First World Problems is an IPA brewed with Belgian Yeast.
The smell is earthy bruised apples and the beer is a lovely rich amber colour with a soft foamy head.
There’s a squidgy toffee popcorn and shortcake malting which is given added body by the spicy bread dough of the yeast, and over this the hops are bitter green foliage, hazel, lime zest, blackberry leaf tea and just a hint of liquorice which leads you to a sharp crisp finish.
Oh, and I rather like the Roy Lichtenstein style of the bottle’s label.
Rather good.

Source: EeBria

About Simon Williams

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