Cask at the brewery. Pours clear dark brown with a large foamy beige head. Once the metallic head settles, the subtly that differentiates this from Hogwash shows up. While that smoky malt is hard to get past, this is definitely sweeter, with chocolate and slightly creamy notes. Better as it warms and the head settles.
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