Homemade biscuit and caramel flavours fill the palate, with subtle notes of fresh fennel and red apple. The toasty malt and hops are perfectly balanced giving a fresh bitterness to the finish.
Bismark Brown Ale is what we like to think of as the United Nations of Brown Ale on the Northern English and American style with some New Zealand influence on the finish.
Jimthechap (1195) - Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND - DEC 5, 2012
3.6 AROMA 7/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 8/10 PALATE 4/5 OVERALL 14/20
Again, I refer to the label and I would like to point out the accuracy of the description of the flavours apparent in this beer. I doubt that I could describe this any better because upon reading this, they leapt off the palate along with cinnamon and mace. I have very little criticism to offer this beer barring that it was maybe a little watery toward the finish, but I sincerely hope that this beer is embraced by the public. Not just because of my soft spot for Brown Ale, but because it is a genuinely good sessionable beer. Good nuttiness seems the lingering flavour and who doesn’t like a mouthful of nuts?
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