Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Staffordshire Craft Beer Review: Stone Faced from Lymestone Brewery

Staffordshire Craft Beer Review: Stone Faced from Lymestone Brewery real ale pump clip
Welcome to the Shed. I am even-star and this is The Beer in Review. Today's Staffordshire craft beer review is for Stone Faced from Lymestone Brewery.

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Stone Faced is a gold almost blonde ale. Very light flavours. Kinda citrus and kinda of butterscotch. Bitter and with more savoury tones like parsnip, carrot, and sweet potato.

I was a little bit confused at first by this pump clip. Making Lenin your brand is a rather politically polarising move. But I think it is because they some how incorporate Stone into all of their beer names. Because they are in Stone. And I guess this is like a statue of Lenin?

Also they have bees. Which is pretty awesome. 

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