4.8% ABV, Bottle
Appearance: A reddish gold color, with little to no head.
Aroma: A little citrusy with some spice.
Taste: Bready and malty, with some citrus and spice on the front end. A bit watery at the finish, with a small amount of bitterness.
Mouthfeel: Light bodied with moderate carbonation.
Brit’s Best is technically an ESB, but bitter is the last thing I think of when drinking this brew. With some bready-like qualities, malts and just a hint of fruit sweetness, this brew is very drinkable — the only hint of bitterness occurs at the end. Overall this is a pretty good cold-weather brew, as it gives you a warmth while sipping it.
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