VIDEO: The Last Mango Wit by Fuggles & Warlock Craftworks Beer Review – Richmond, BC
Dan Crocker, A.K.A. booze reviews, is the king of beer reviews. Watch Dan’s video below to find out if you should pick up a bottle of Fuggles & Warlock’s latest brew.
By Dan Crocker on Nov. 28, 2016
You know, when you find something good and they add more beers to make a series (Game of Thrones beers, Big Rock Barrel Aged Series, Mortal Kombat Imperial Beer Series, and many others) you want to try them all, at least I do. So when I heard that there was a new “The Last” series from Fuggles and Warlock I had to give it a go!
Here’s what Fuggles and Warlock Craftsworks had to say about The Last Mango Wit:
“A refreshing Belgian Wit brewed with fresh mangoes and sweetened lactose. A smooth, tropical delight!”
Does The Last Mango Wit make the same impression as the Last Strawberry Wit did for Dan Crocker? Watch the Booze Reviews video below to find out!
Video: The Last Mango Wit Beer Review
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