Brussels Beer Project Leviathan (9%)

Other than being a little bit disappointed by how small this bottle is – you only get 250ml – this is an absolutely super beer.
Leviathan is a Cognac aged Barley Wine that’s deep and rich, round and warm, pouring a damson purple brown it smells of plums and brandy.
This is one of those few beers that you need to write about as a whole rather than breaking down into constituent parts, and so what I have tell you is you’ll find an earthy pumpernickel, sticky toffee pudding, conkers and red crunchy leaf litter, molasses and lemon bonbons, toffee and coffee and just a hint of fried bananas before you head into the chest warming sweet and sticky boozy heat.
I like this very much indeed, I just wish that I had more of it.

Source: Hippo Beer

About Simon Williams

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