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.
Every fall marks the return of our legendary Extra Special Bitter for the season, Halloween Ale – the beer so good, it's scary! From its humble beginnings in 1990 as a small-...
Abbot Ale has masses of ripe fruit character, a malty richness and superb hop balance followed by an intense bittersweet finish.
Ample quantities of caramel malt give this English ale a soft copper hue and the colorful addition of carapils malt adds a slight sweetness you might mistake for honey.