Brewed back in early December, it is a sessionable English Ale, weighing in at about 4.3% abv. The hops used were East Kent Goldings, and the malt profile consists of English malt and the tiniest bit of Black Patent malt (500 grams out of 168 kg).
I'm doing this review mostly from memory (sampled on Tuesday), so forgive anything unclear / not quite right.
The appearance of the finished product, as you can see, is a very clear, ruby-brown (my new invented colour of the day) with a creamy white head.
The aroma is mainly of toffee and a bit of caramel.
The taste is also of toffee and caramel. Something honestly reminds me of the
The body was fairly medium despite the low alcohol content, and had a fairly sticky finish. The carbonation was light, didn't build if held in the mouth, and left no impression after a swallow. There was a fairly lingering lingering mild bitterness, mild sweetness & a sticky to dry feel.
Overall, this was a very enjoyable brew. I could easily see it becoming a regular or regular seasonal. Nice job, Bryan! As a side note, the "Best Better" was originally a typo. I liked the ring of it, though, so I decided to leave it alone.