Westerham Brewery Haná (7.5%)

Now this, boys and girls, is a monster of a Czech style Pilsner.
It’s big and round, warm and chewy, with an aroma packed with toffee apples and brandy.
The malting here is heavy with caramel and toffee, sticky honey, brown bread, digestive biscuits and a little rum and raisin chocolate, and the hops bring crisp and crunchy herbal leaves, a twist of lemon and a prickle of nettle leaves.
Then there’s the dirty, fruity underbelly of the yeast, bringing a spicy dampness which is ramped up by the white rum warmth of the booze, making for a long finish that’ll have you reaching for another mouthful.

Source: Westerham Brewery

About Simon Williams

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