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Around The World In 80 Beers Episode 140: Smokey Bishop

Smokey Bishop

Pours a very dark, but clear, brown. The head is small and thin and turns into a thin lacing.

First Sip: A mild taste of sweet dark malt quickly overwhelmed by toffee flavours. There is a little taste of hops on the back of the tongue. Mouth-feel is thin and fizzy and a little dry.





This is a drinkable beer. And that's about it. You know, if you're going to drink this, then you might as well stick with Toohey's Old - a dark macro-brew that has more taste and everything else going for it. Smokey Bishop promised to be a yummy dark lager, and it broke that promise.

Smokey Bishop
Matso's Brewery, Broome, WA
4.7% alc/vol
330ml bottle

Smokey Bishop

Same again, sir? No.
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