I wanted a beer for the wedding of a good friend, so it had to be robust to have a good shelf life just in case the newly weds have better things to do than drink my beer for a few weeks after the
I had a helping hand brewing this beer from Al, who will shortly be venturing into the world of brewing himself.
I don't think I've ever brewed the same beer twice in recent years - this is about as close as I get though - there's always a new hop I find & have to try out or a tweak to the last recipe to expe
My coffee stout brewed earlier in the year was the best thing I have ever brewed & went down well with my drinking friends.
Youngs & Wells
A full mouthfeel & chocolatey, but not sweet. Has a little roasted & burnt malt flavour to it.
Wooden Hand Brewing
Silky like an oatmeal stout. Sweetish & full bodied.
Wood smokey, dry & full bodied.
Traditional Scottish Ales
Sweet stout, but not cloying. Smooth with liquorice & burnt flavours.
A good solid stout with good burnt malt flavours. Good bitterness too.
Much alcohol warmth & burnt flavours. A very drying aftertaste.