What? We promise this beer was not intentionally timed because of a GRRReat new album that just came out, but hey, we were just lucky. Mick Jaggery is based on an English-Style ESB with a slight twist—the addition of an Indian cooking sugar called jaggery (this inspired the name before we had a recipe). Familiar and foreign at the same time, this beer will definitely give you…wait for it…satisfaction! Why? Deep crystal malts give this beer its amber color and malt-forward sweetness. The early hop additions add just enough bitterness to prevent the sweetness from taking over. The jaggery is an earthy and floral unrefined sugar that impacts the structure in such a way where it connects the later East Kent Golding hop additions to the malt sweetness. Cheers to a beer that will always create a great session.
Brewer: Wit’s End Brewing Company
Style: Premium Bitter/ESB
Alcohol Content: 5.8%