Alesmith Brewing Co. Anvil ESB (5.5%)

Anvil ESB - 1Considering its price, this is nothing to write home about.
There’s a lot of tamarind and peanut, toffee and redwood in here, and you find a decent aniseed and hazel leaf hedgerow thing too.
But the aroma is a bit unpleasant, all caramel and flowerbeds, but with a sickly metallic tinge.
And so, especially considering how expensive this is in the UK, you’re far better off buying a bottle of Fullers’ ESB and keeping the best part of ten quid in your pocket for something better.

Source: Brewdog

About Simon Williams

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