Brown Ale, 6.9% ABV, 35.6 IBU.
It pours a deep brown body with a average-sized beige head that ends up as a fully covering film. Some of the foam is stuck on my glass.
The aroma is rather strong and has some of the dirty yeasty notes that I often find in brown ales, so I guess it’s true to the style. I also get roasted malt, coffee, and sweet, overripe dark fruits. Quite strong flavour of roasted malt, coffee and a touch of yeast, with pine in the back. The taste is light to moderate sweet and moderate to light bitter. Medium body, dry texture and moderate carbonation. A close to decent brown ale with a tad more bitterness and hoppy elements than you average UK brown ale.
Conclusion: What? You find this rating a bit boring? Well, that’s what you get for brewing a slightly boring beer.
Aroma: 6/10 Appearance: 3/5 Taste: 6/10 Palate: 3/5 Overall: 11/20 Ratebeer score: 2.9/5.0