Master Brew appealed to me as perhaps a nice hoppy beer. Perhaps it was the name playing with images of Kent and a brewer with a cloth cap dosing a brew with a summer ripened crop of hops. Wonderful.
The reality was different. A strange brew.
It looked good when poured but when I took a good sniff a got nothing. The taste took me by surprise, it reminded me of cold tea with a dash of lemon. I also tasted raisins and butterscotch or burnt fudge. The light carbonation helped the flavours bounce around my mouth but as I say, very strange brew.
In one way it reminded me of a beer you would have with a dessert. Perhaps a fudge cake or apple and toffee crumble.
Nothing wrong with it really. I think.
I really can't make my mind up on this one. It was unlike anything I've had before.
Master Brew - 50cl - 4% alcohol - England