by Sean on November 3, 2011

You don’t normally see American brewers trying to emulate the old styles of England. Usually it’s the Brits hopping bigger to catch up to our high IBU totals. But it looks like Schell’s is trying to give us a taste of British style.

Here’s what they say about the flavor: “a soothing blend of bready malt and hop bitterness. A mild woodsy character is prevalent. A hint of dark pitted fruit and a trace of caramel give the beer a subtle sweetness. The pleasant hop bitterness at the end gives Schell’s Burton ale a dry finish.”

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