North Brewing Co. Big House Waltz (8.5%)

Oh my.
Pouring thick and dense, Big House Waltz resembles peach juice as it slides into my glass, and there are peaches in the aroma as well, along with apricots and a hint of banana ice cream.
The malting is super smooth, glossy almost, creamy and slick, it provides caramel wafers and iced doughnuts ripped to pieces and mixed into soft vanilla ice cream.
Alongside this the hops, Mosaic and Columbus, bring fresh and lively lime zest and lemon pith, grapefruit, satsuma, woody tobacco leaves and zingy fresh garden herbs.
They bring a splash of fizzy sherbet colour to the long soft fruity finish that’s anchored by its white rum boozy base.

Source: Londis

About Simon Williams

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