PRODUCER: Fyne Ales
ALCOHOLIC CONTENT: 4,2
CONTENT: 0,50 l
DESCRIPTION: Here is a great example of how it should be a great Anglo-Saxon Bitter. There Maverick initially hits for his malt notes that remind the caramel, the shortcrust pastry and dried fruit, that is well they marry with the notes of ripe yellow fruit (but also berries) due to hops used. In the mouth the nuances of the malt they are completed by a delicate note of toasted that goes well with herbaceous scents of the hops end. A manual beer! Maverick was the third beer to be produced at Fyne Ales and was introduced at the beginning of 2002 as Best Bitter. Between the beers produced by this brewery is the one most loved by lovers more traditionalists than the British Ales. Maverick undergoes a hopping quite simple, it is in fact produced with only two varieties of hops. The first is the Challenger, used to recharge beer, for the aroma, the Bramlin Cross was chosen an exceptional hop that gives some very special spicy and reminding notes the black currant
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