Ushers 1824 Particular Ale

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Type: Extra Strong/Special Bitter (ESB)
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Dark cola hue, lace-y tan head, sweet mocha waft, and creamy malt texture up-front. Bitter chocolate nuances, dulcet fruity hints, and ripe raisin stint nearly nullified by pungent barley-hop insistence. However, this Particular Ale needs clearer, distinct character to be considered first-rate.

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