Fresh and fruity with a spicy finish, yet has a dry, musky bitterness, and the strong malts and a hint of Marmite fit comfortably with the tartness. Brewed with familiar East Kent Goldings hops, as well as Perle and Williamette. It's pleasant, but not mind-blowing, and of the two in the Lerwick range, I much prefer the 60 Degrees North lager.
I like beer. A lot. This site is all about the wee craft ales I like drinking. I like other things, too, and I might write about them sometimes, but for the main this blog is about Scotland's wonderful breweries, their wonderful beers and me.