Slightly savoury at first, then malty and gently fruity.
Mostly bitter with dark malts, chocolate and hints of liquorice.
Dry and biscuity, with bitter roast malt and dark chocolate notes.
A ruby-coloured mild with plenty of flavour, but perhaps a touch too dry and thin to be truly satisfying. Don't be
confused by the label that gives the brewery name as Fugelestou. This is an old spelling of Fulstow, a village in the Lincolnshire marshes where the business is based.