Hel & Verdoemenis is bursting with flavors. Bitter, roasted, chocolate, coffee. All times 2. It's this why it's our Flag Ship and best selling Imperial Stout. Flavour indication: chocolate, coffee Translates as Hell & Damnation
"Meander - Barrel-aged wild blonde ale with rhubarb and blackcurrant leaf.
A stroll along small country roads, following old ditches with willows and tall reeds. A dead end street leads to an enclosure with a half open wood fence; your curiosity invites you in. Inside, you find the nearby city's allotment gardens, a patchwork of colours and scents of all the different types of fruit, vegetables and flowers that are grown there. While you're inching your way from one corner to the next, all these scents flow into each other like a river that glides through the landscape.
Meander has a soft, savoury bite of rhubarb that is subtly woven into the red fruity notes of blackcurrant leaf. A winelike, elegant and mineral beer that offers a wealth of impressions. Meander was aged on oak barrels for 16 months."
Opaque black, thin beige head. Aroma: roasted malts, coffee, dark or red fruits, subtle peated hints of bowmore. Taste: More roasted malts and coffee, quite aggressive, hints of oak. Aftertaste is very nice coffee bitterness. Overall: tasty imperial stout, could use a bit more body and more barrel age notes, but a big plus for bitterness and rich roasted flavour.