Such a dark color. Is that mostly from sugar or were roasted malts used as well? Maybe it will get classified as a Black IPA on the beer ratings sites. ;)
The colour comes mostly from sugar.RateBeer did have it classified as a Black IPA until I put them right.
I have been fortunate enough to drink your stout and porter recipes, as produced by De Molen, at the Grove in Huddersfield. It would be great to see some more of these recipes rivaling the extreme Brew Dogesque beers at festivals. I think historical ales should be the next beer movement but can't think of a catchy name to promote it..... No! no! it's just come to me, so obvious, I must have read it everywhere, HistoricAle.
@Ron: "RateBeer did have it classified as a Black IPA until I put them right."That must have been an interesting email exchange.
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