Color is more brown at the top of the glass as it lightens towards the bottom to a darker amber, has a yellowish thin head that faded to a skim always present and leaves tons of lacing in tight sheets.
Smell Is quite faint but very nice of hazelnut and roasty malts, with a touch of tang and vanilla.
Taste is mild but rich tangy and roasty malts, mostly coming through from the midway point with a solid hazelnut and almond toastyness, a touch of vanilla noted and has a light earthyness coming through with a dark fruit sense in the finish. Which is quite nice, excellent finish on this one.
Solid medium body, a slow start with a strong finish. Nothing to overwhelming, quite mild and smooth with just enough pep to make you notice your actually drinking it. Its a cross between a brown ale and a Belgian dark. An interesting brew and well worth having.
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