Brinkburn St Brewery Byker Hill Bitter (4.2%)

Brinkburn’s easy drinking Bitter is alright, if nothing to get overly excited about.
It does all the things you’d want from a Bitter, it just doesn’t do anything more than that.
There’s a malty biscuit and caramel body, some brown sugar sweetness and then a hint of aniseed and some hedgerow greenery from the hops.
And that’s your lot.
Drinkable if you were out in the pub for an evening, but that’s about it.

Source: Ales By Mail

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