A sweet, malty palate and a bittersweet finish derived from Fuggle and Progress hops.
Rich and biscuity, the lush fullness is offset by a hint of burnt sugars.
IBC 2018: Craft Can Range: Gold | IBC 2018: Bronze | BBI 2017: Gold
Harvey's Craft Can range started life as a commission by Brighton's British Airways i360, who could only stock cans, not glass, in their 'Sky Bar'. Due to their ongoing popularity we have continued to produce them.
Brewed with a proportion of roasted malt and dark sugars, Malt Brown is both warming at ambient temperatures and refreshing when chilled.
Nothing beats a bowl of noodles for a quick and tasty weeknight supper. I like them stir-fried with tofu and vegetables, and drenched in a glossy sesame and chilli sauce. A can of Malt Brown is more than robust enough to stand up to this tasty dish.
Its toffee malt base and just a touch of caramelised sugar perfectly complement the sweet notes in the sauce, and bring out the very best in those tastiest, crispiest and slightly scorched edges of the tofu.
You could also try the Malt Brown with mushroom wellington or a wedge of carrot cake.
Emma Inch: Beer writer, audio producer, and ‘Beer Writer of the Year’