Fun Fact: I was friends with a girl named Heather Beers in college.
Faint, but some malt, and fresh floral (I’m assuming heather) notes
On the palate
Nice full body, silky sweet with a good bit of bitterness, maybe some floral notes.
The finish is where the heather comes to the fore. It’s long and vibrant but fades very quickly at the end.
This ale is less than I expected, actually. I’m not sure if the tradition of heather ales really does go back 4,000+ years like the label says, but I hope it was more interesting back in the Bronze Age. It’s not bad really. But I found myself having to search for the heather flavors to the point where I am not actually certain that I tasted them. It does have some good bitterness and a lot of body. Not a bad pour if you’re curious, but not necessarily worth seeking out.