The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Moor Beer Company's Batallas

February 09, 2020

Moor Beer Company - Batallas

Moor Beer Company - Batallas

*Delayed post* 2nd drink of my Sunday was accompanied by my Mrs and my mum's delicious leftover Christmas pudding with a heap of clotted cream on it. Had a decent day of sorting out the flat and giving it a good clean, so this is a bit of a reward hopefully.

Can is the classic Moor look with silver background and in this case the brown medieval style text.

First smell was a whisky one to be honest, then a smokey finish....enticing! The next swig was more of the same with a really strong whisky flavour riding on a boozy beer mouthfeel. Although, obviously not to the same levels as a proper whisky, there's a genius level of peaty dirtiness in this beer. Have to say if you like whisky and beer, then this is your beverage doubt.

As always, I hope you enjoyed my personal review, but why not come into Beercraft of Bath and try it for yourself!...🍺🤓 Han

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