By The Horns Brewing Co. Revolutionary (8.5%)

To be brutally honest, I have found this brewery very patchy in the last year or two and so to find this, their Double IPA, to be a more than decent take on the style comes as a pleasant surprise.
There’s a nice stone fruit and brandy snap aroma which follows into the initial flavours of the beer as, taking a mouthful, you find a great big chewy malt body that’s all toffee and brandy, brown sugar and shortbread.
The fruit of the aroma pops up again as peach juice and mango work their way in alongside some bitter herbal leaves and a touch of lemon zest from the hops, and you find a good alcohol warmth pushing the beer along and a final flash of sherbet fizz as you hit the sticky sweet finish.

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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