The beer pours a very clear, very pale amber with a small white head so in many ways it looks a bit like a lager. The aroma is fairly nondescript but there's some citrus notes coming through while the texture very much matches the look, it's light, but actually not as refreshing as you might expect. To be absolutely honest I'm not a big fan of the taste, it's not malty enough to be a good bitter and not hoppy enough to be a good pale ale. Sure there's a bit of a citrus kick at the end but it's still quite dull. I'm going to give Barn Ale from Tydd Steam Brewery 4 out of 10, it's just not enough of anything to be really interesting.
Zucotto Stout has a lovely aroma of marshmallows, raspberries and cream which will tell you straight away this is going to be quite a decadent drink. The texture is creamy, smooth, and seriously thick, it's like drinking a proper melted cake. The taste won't let you down either. I've never had Zucotto but if it tastes like this I'm certainly going to have to give it a try. There's some gorgeous raspberry and vanilla cream flavours coming through along with just a little chocolate to finish. This is a seriously sweet, seriously tasty stout that I'm pretty sure even people who don't normally drink beers as dark as this will love. I can only give Zucotto Stout from Sussex Small Batch 10 out of 10.
White Mocha Stout has a not surprisingly coffee based aroma backed up by some chocolate malts. Where this beer really stands out for me is the lovely creamy texture you just don't usual get in beers this colour, or in most dark stouts to be fair. On top of this the taste is just about spot on with the coffee and chocolate flavours blending together nicely. White Mocha Stout isn't quite as spectacularly good as their Banoffee Stout but it's pretty close. If you want something that's a bit different, lots of fun, and pretty darn tasty look no further than White Mocha Stout from Sussex Small Batch which gets a very well deserved 9 out of 10. It's an excellent beer.