Smithwicks has released the winter spirit for the second year and here is a small review about the drink. This beer has a superb recipe that is made from roasted barley. Usually, people will like to have a light beer during the summer season, and the darker ones will be liked during the winter times. Many of the modern beer companies have made sure some of the beer ingredients are reduced in order to decrease the price of the beer and make it available for the larger mass of people.

The winter spirit has a fruity taste that ends with a slight bitterness and many drinkers love it. Even the picture printed on the bottle is very attractive. A few days back I visited the famous Franciscan Well’s Jameson barrels from which the delicious aged stout series is released. I am very much eager to know the result of this series in the market.

This ale is a combination of nice sticky orange marmalade combined with a hint of oak from the barrel and also the orange give a bitter taste to the end product. This does not resemble any type of whiskey. There is a slight difference in the drink when it is consumed from a bottle and from the tap. The one tasted from the tap was easy to drink and was a bit more carbonated comparatively.

This will be a very good choice of drink during the winter evenings, as it will provide very good warmth to the body. Personally, I like the drinks that ages barrel along with the stouts as the taste will be better in the beers that are prepared in this technique. Jameson has also released whiskeys that are aged in the stout barrels into the market similar to the beer.

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