Spiced with honey and root ginger I can see what they were trying to do, a modern day take on mead (I would assume). I really wanted to like this beer, particularly after having tried the Belfast Lager and confessing that I had been overly hard on the brewery because I as a non stout drinker wasn't fond of their stout. Unfortunately I'm just entirely 'meh' about the Bee's Endeavour.
It's not bad, the honey and ginger flavours are a nice presence and give it a nice nose, and the colour is beautifully rich. It's just after the initial burst of flavour it's lacking in any followup, in our slightly hipster WhatsApp beer group I referred to it as similar to flavoured soda water.
Don't get me wrong, there are worse beers out there (there's a brewery in County Meath that fairly reliably produces nothing but wank), this one just is never going to make it into the regular rotation.
I would suggest that this is a beer you buy because you want to try the combination of flavours, and it is worth trying, expanding your horizons and all that, but then go "Alright, now what's next?".
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