Buxton / Omnipollo Yellow Belly Sundae
Producer: Buxton and Omnipollo
Beer: Yellow Belly Sundae
Style: Imperial Stout
Country/Region: Buxton, Derbyshire (England) and Stockholm (Sweden)
Appearance: Dark with a skinny beige foam.
Nose: Roast malts, peanuts, and biscuit. Warm your beer and probably and the vanilla and cacao will appear.
Taste: Taste is sweet, with chocolate, peanut upfront and bourbon following.
Notes: Again, the blog “Mis aventuras cerveceras” has met us for this special day. Another reason to drink a good beer that we had stored in the cellar. And answering some questions:
- Why I choose this beer?
During my last visit to Buxton in July, I had the opportunity to go to the Buxton Tap House. A place that you must go if you around the are. I tried the Yello Belly in the CBC last year and I love it!. Then, the bar had one bottle left for the Yellow Belly and another one for Yello Belly Sundae (I’ve never heard about this one before). I grabbed both and put to “aged” for 3 months in my cellar waiting for a really good reason.
- Beer bottle conditioning time
The beer was bottled on 20th of June of 2015 and I bought it in July of 2016.
- How can I get this bottle?
I bought in the Buxton Tap House but honestly, I have never seen before on bottles (Yellow Belly).