Thursday, January 3, 2013

Westbrook Brewing Covert Hops

While over at my friend Ffej’s house, I was able to try a glass of Westbrook Brewing Covert Hops from a growler that he brought back from South Carolina. The beer pours a black color with a frothy tan colored head. The aroma consists of chocolate, lemon, toast, smoke, and tobacco. The taste is dry and chocolaty with lots of tobacco on the front end. Some burnt toast, pepper, and caramel come out to formulate a dry finish. The alcohol content is 5.7% ABV. This was absolutely a southern beer with its strong tobacco influence, but it was quite enjoyable and I would seek this beer out if I was in South Carolina.

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