Smelling of treacle and coffee, this is a decent Stout that pours a deep purple brown with a little ring of bubbles for a head.
This is a beer all about its malts, all treacle tart and honey, liquorice and plums.
There’s some decent enough hedgerow hopping, it’s pithy and sharp with nettle tea, but this a beer that’s all about being sweet and rich and sticky.
A pudding of a beer that manages to remain the right side of cloying, but could probably do with a little extra hoppy kick at the end.
Source: Unknown convenience store in Sherringham