From the Beavertown Brewery of London, England, comes one of the longer names for a beer, ‘Longmorn 1992 whisky barrel aged H20 Beavertown Imperial Stout’. Sold in hand-signed bottles, this being bottle number 354, which revealed an ebony coloured ale with a glassy coating and a sharply defined nose of black licorice that masks the scent and taste of alcohol, which hits 10 percent abv.
On the palate, Beavertown Imperial Stout serves up black treacle alongside malt sweetness and a kiss of hop bitterness. With all this in place, it still surprises with a dryness coming through late in the finish, thus increasing drinkability. http://www.beavertownbrewery.co.uk