Oak, toffee, whisky and smoke all feature. Slightly tart and vinous.
Creamy, malty, toffee notes lead the way, with smoky, whisky-like, woody elements in contrast. Light citrus zest; slight tannin-like dryness. Surprisingly light drinking for its strength and complexity.
Tart citrus and bitter woody flavours dominate. Light, sweet, whisky-like warmth. Becomes dry.
Beautifully presented, unusual beer, aged for 77 days. Not as chewy as might be feared.