Good Word Brewing & Public House Digital Comforts
What the brewers say
"This is an English best bitter."
What our panel thought
“Spicy hop nose with light cracker and low berry and pear esters. Flavor brings husky, crackery malt with earthy English hop flavor and pleasant, balancing bitterness. Enjoyable spicy hop flavors. Delicately malty. Hop bitterness lingers pleasantly. Light and sessionable.”
What our editors thought
“Cocoa powder, light mustiness, old fruit withering on the tree—the nose is earthy but timeless. The sip is brighter, with light citrus and a bit of cocoa-powder bitterness. A bit too highly carbed, so give it a swirl and let it sit for a bit.”