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Saturday, February 28th, 2009

Foreign Export Stout

Categories: [ Beer/Ridgeway ]

Ridgeway_Foreign_Export_Stout

“Ridgeway FES bottle matures in a similar way to vintage port. Roasted malts and leaf hops initially provide an aroma of breakfast coffee and fresh spices that gradually fades to reveal licoricem caramel and raisin notes that are products of the aging process. Beneath all this change sits a solid and resilient backbone of bitter English hops.”

Smells of fresh dark bread. Tastes maybe of coffee, but definitely of caramel. Very sweet and strong. Made of barley (Marris Otter malt) and oats.

Ridgeway Brewing, South Stokes, Oxfordshire, England. 8% alcohol.

[ Posted on February 28th, 2009 at 23:42 | no comment | ]

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