A nice golden beer, slightly lively.
Has a nice hoppy fruity taste, definitely drinkable, but not HUGE on flavours. I’d say a upper level session ale. Probably would drink again.
Not to be confused with ‘very’ nutty black, brewed by Thwaites brewery. A lighter stout than most.
It’s really very plain in comparison to the other stouts I’ve been drinking recently. It’s warming yes, but very slight when it comes to flavours.
Has a slight sweetness but as someone who’s not particularly fond of nuts, not very nutty!
Not a great deal of aftertaste to be fair. It’s all just a bit plain.
Nice and dark it is, and no fizz at all. It is pleasant enough without the drama of a more ‘premium’ bottle.
I’ve had a few of these recently. Found it on draught in a pub in Soho last week which was a nice surprise.
Obviously it’s very black, stouty looking beer. But I can’t taste any nuts in it. Which is a good thing as I don’t like nuts!
It tastes a bit caramely and smooth. A little bit sticky without the stillness. It’s a lovely pint. 3.9% in a 500ml bottle. A cracking beer.