on tap on the premises. unclear medium dark golden pour with a small off-white cap offering some retention and lacing. purple blackberries, some lightly sweet ones, which are rare, their fairly astringent seeds, labrador tea, particularly fruity maltiness for an english malt bill, hint of acidity from berries, clean english yeast if any. moderate carbonation, light body - oily; relatively dry and lightly astringent spicy-herbal finish. surprising fruit and leaf combo - labrador tea actually enhances berry component. kewl.
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