The beer is dark, but not black, and topped by a wispy brown head. The nose is dominated by hops, which give way to notes of burned breakfast toast and rich malty flavors, including coffee, licorice, a blackcurrent, and a hint of banana.
The underlying tomato character brings to mind a tart-tasting rye ale, with the spice tingling away like a peppery Belgian saison. Flavorful, full bodied, and...
About 1001 Bottles
Sheryl and Ricky are both bloggers, but have never blogged together. One day Sheryl sent Ricky a URL to a book titled 1001 Beers You Must Try Before You Die. When Ricky saw that book, this blog was born. So they began a journey of trying all 1001 beers. One bottle at a time, they will search for, purchase, drink and review for your pleasure. From this bottle to the next, bottoms up!