Best Bitter - Granite Brewery (Halifax)
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3.98/5 rDev +2.3%
Granite/ Gingers Tavern
A- Solid dark copper brown with a small tight bubbly white head. Light lacing down the top half of my pint.
S- Nice sweet buttery butter scotch malt.
T- Sweet shortbread with buttery caramel malt. Light sweet citrus hop touch in the back.
M- Very buttery and creamy with a sweet start and a light hoppy dry finish. Low carbonation (natural)
Overall- A very nice session beer, my only 1 at Granite but highly recommended and on my to do(drink)list when I return to Halifax!
10-14-2008 23:37:12 | More by NJpadreFan
4.1/5 rDev +5.4%
This beer was one of the best beers of the brewery, easy drinkable, nice and hoppy and low in alcohol.
Color was golden with a small head.
Smell of hops, with a nice maltiness, like spent grains. Also a nice fruitiness.
Taste was grainy and malty, again with a great hoppiness, but without being pungent. I does not taste like an overly complex beer, but the best beers are often the simplest.
One of the beers that even a beginner beeradvocate can drink, but also for the experienced one.
08-11-2006 17:28:00 | More by Absumaster
Nova Scotia (Canada)
3.68/5 rDev -5.4%
A solid example of english bitter...enjoyed it from the brewery, used a part to make aged cheddar fondue...excellent.
All in all, a solid session beer with good aroma and solid hop profile. Not the most assertive bitter I've ever had. Worth picking up a growler if you are in Halifax.
01-06-2010 23:23:32 | More by ajhod
Best Bitter from Granite Brewery (Halifax)
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