Verdant Brewing Co. Everyone Was Spinning (6.6%)

Full of chocolate and dry as a bone this Black IPA, brewed in collaboration with Buxton is very good indeed.
You’ll find spun sugar and molasses, treacle tart, honey and well toasted brown bread crusts from the malts, along with liquorice and the hint of glacé cherries, before the hops come in with a wave of sharp and dry, bitter and metallic, tongue twisting green herbal leaves, lemon zest and orange rind, nettle tea, woody redwood bark and earthy woodland foliage.
The alcohol bings a round rum boozy heat, a raisin sweetness at its edges and the finish is long and dry as a bone.

Source: Otter’s Tears

About Simon Williams

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