Bishop’s Finger

Bishop's Finger

Bishop's Finger

Brewery: Shepherd Neame |
Country of Origin: England
First Brewed: 1958
Alcohol Content: 5.4% ABV
Date drunk: 05 February 2011
Bottle/Cask: Bottle
Location: Home
Purchased: Gift


Really didn’t like this one, and it’s not a beer I’d be looking to drink again.  Looking at the notes below it may be becuase of the plums, prunes and apricot flavours, don’t like them either.

From the Shepherd Neame website

Fashioned on a firm, fruity foundation of Crystal malt, this rich, ruby-coloured Kent classic belies its burly appearance with a complexity of flavour. Mouth-filling fruit, prunes, plums and dried apricot, spiked with palate-prickling pepper, cinnamon and a soft bitter blood-orange finish.”

Tasting notes by beer writer Ben McFarland

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