Moor Beer Co. B-Moor (6%)

B-MoorAs much as I like Moor’s beer, this is my second can of B-Moor that’s been so feisty that it’s lept from its can and been more head than beer, just a big glass of froth.
The result is a beer that’s hard to smell, a beer that feels very gassy.
Sure there’s a decent dark chocolate, treacle and digestive biscuit malt, and there’s some good herbal greenery from the hops, but the beer feels far too gassy for a Porter, leaving you with a finish that’s airy and, frankly, a bit thin and yeasty instead of rich and round and warm.
B-Moor needs to try harder.

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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