Sometimes nothing satisfies like a good old Best Bitter.
Pouring a chestnut brown, the smell is hazelnuts and toffee, and those characteristics follow into the flavour.
Lots of toffee apple chewiness, hazelnuts, chestnuts and peanut brittle all fill your face and make you feel good.
And then the hops give you spiky stinging nettles, sharp hedgerow twigs and tea leaves, lemon juice and lawn clippings.
The finish is creamy, rich, chewy honey and green undergrowth pithiness.
A well made Best Bitter is a thing of beauty and this is a very good Best Bitter.
Source: Red Squirrel Brewing Co.