Beer Three Traditional Brews from Harveys

Three Traditional Brews from Harveys

As the oldest independent Brewery in Sussex, UK, Harveys is renowned for being a traditional English brewer, so when these three intriguing brews arrived at my door, I couldn’t wait to crack them open in front of the warm fire!

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Beer: Bonfire Boy
Brewery: Harveys
Origin: Sussex, UK

“A small part of black malt is used suggesting smoke”, and true to its word, this brew has a smoked aroma. This is met by a sweet, treacle flavor, with hints of bitterness to create a true, strong, English Ale!

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Beer: Imperial Extra Double Stout
Brewery: Harveys
Origin: Sussex, UK

This is a Russian inspired imperial stout, with a cracking history on the label but I’ll leave it for you guys to read! This is a sweet one alright!.. A sweet 9%! Hints of coffee in the aroma, subtle sweet flavors, mellowed by a coffee blast!.. Mellow yes!.. Warming?.. Yes!… Smiling?… YES!!!

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Beer: Harveys Old Ale
Brewery: Harveys
Origin: Sussex, UK

Sweet, fruitcake aroma with hints of berries which is followed through into the flavor finished off with a nice little bitterness which counterbalances the sweetness. A nice mild brew, that’s not too rich but goes down smoothly with a punch!

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Three words… smooth, warm, traditional… Love it!

Tim Jones
Hey, I’m Tim! I fell seriously in love with beer while travelling with my wife from the UK to the U.S back in 2013. Visiting some epic craft beer bars and beer festivals along the way, we discovered some amazing brews. This inspired me to create BeerYeti to share my passion while educating everyone on everything beer! The site was originally set up as ‘a bit of a laugh’, but this soon spiralled into something a little more serious!

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