Brewed in one of the southern most breweries in the world, this ale is like a spring thunderstorm: dark, breezy, exhilarating and unsurprisingly wet. It’s near black and malty rich, yet is also fresh and joyously hoppy–a juxtaposition of beer styles that we call “Pot Kettle Black.” Enjoy it with your favorite friends and great music.
Pot Kettle Black
Bitter on the nose, easy pouring and dark. Tones of burnt treacle and coffee give some complexity, with strong bitter notes towards the end. I’ll echo what others have said – this would be a passable black IPA, hoppy with a little fizz.