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Fuggles & Warlock Craftworks, The Last Strawberry, Strawberry Wit Review

Take a stroll with The Beer Maven as she walks through the Strawberry Fields of Fuggles & Warlock Craftworks.

Fuggles & Warlock Craftworks, The Last Strawberry, Strawberry Wit Review

Beer: The Last Strawberry, Strawberry Wit
Brewery: Fuggles & Warlock Craftworks
Origin: Richmond, BC

Aroma– The aroma is lightly tart with a soft smell of strawberries. The effervescent bubbles tickled my nose when I brought it to my lips.

Pour– Cloudy, with a delicate rosé colour and slight sediment that sinks to the bottom of your glass. A clean and light foamy head.

Taste– The last strawberry is gently sweetened with lactose perfecting the balance of tartness and fresh strawberry taste. The label is so beautiful I had to photograph it more than once. This was my first beer from Fuggles & Warlock and I am eager to try more.

Fuggles & Warlocks Strawberry Wit

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