Westerham Brewery Co. Viceroy (5%)

Viceroy - 1Cabbages.
Boiled, mainly.
That’s what this beer is.
Cabbages and liquorice.
Cabbages and liquorice and tamarind.
A weird sweet gassy smell with a hint of aniseed, a nice gold colour and a decent foamy head.
But cabbages take over as soon as you take a swig.
Cabbages and liquorice and tamarind.
There’s a touch of pithy herbal leaves, but it’s just a touch, and there’s the vaguest hint of honey and biscuits, but mainly it’s cabbages and liquorice and tamarind before the weirdly acrid chemical tinge of the finish.
I poured it away.

Source: Ales By Mail

About Simon Williams

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