Pressure Drop Brewing Co. Slumber (10%)

Brewed with coffee from Square Mile Roasters and a heap of milk sugar, this is a great big dessert of a beer.
It pours impenetrably dark with a fluffy cappuccino head and smells of coffee and plum compote.
There’s a thick and gloopy damson jam, brown bread, pecan pie, waffle and tamarind malt heart to this beer.
It’s hefty and satisfying, sticking to your gums and making you wish you had a spoon as the sweet vanilla of the lactose gives everything an ice cream coating.
There are hops here too, a swish of crunchy red leaves and maple syrup adding a crunchiness to the edges of the beer while the coffee comes on round and woody, all cherry stones and treacle tart.
Slumber is a beer to settle into, to take your time over, a beer to enjoy yourself with until eventually when the caffeine wears off, you fall asleep.

Source: Pop’n’Hops

About Simon Williams

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