Fixed Wheel Brewery Start Gun Stout (5.2%)

Brewed with smoked malt in the bill, this is a rather good Stout for a cold winter’s night.
It pours pitch black with a tiny bubbly head and smells of treacle and cherries, warm and sweet and sticky.
This beer is all about its malts and they’re super, giving you treacle tart and Marmite, honey, shortcake, digestives, toffee and plum pudding, along with a light bonfire smokiness that makes everything feel warm and cosy.
There are hops too, providing a sharp stinging nettle and bracken pithiness and some lemon zest zing that freshens you up for your next swig.

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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