The Robert Cain Brewery is in Liverpool, England, since 1850. "Liverpool in a pint."
Export Lager - This 5.0% ABV beer pours a deep and dark honey golden in color with a towering inch of pure white head that leaves lacing of medium density down the glass. The aroma is grain, freshly harvested dry corn, a touch of straw and a slight honey fruitiness. The taste is slightly sweet, yet still crisp, deep and rich grain, with a very tight, dry and bitter finish. This is a good European lager, and one I would love to have on draft on a warm and thirsty day.
Finest Bitter - This 4.0% ABV beer pours a light brown in color, with a touch of ruby. It is extremely well and finely carbonated, with a small head of off-white foam. The aroma is fairly light, roasted malt, caramel, and a touch of nuttiness. The taste follows the aroma directly - roasted, caramel, nutty, a hint of sweet yet drinking crisp and finishing dry with just enough hops to balance the nutty maltiness on a pin head. This beer is dangerously drinkable. I wish I was in a pub in Liverpool right now.
Dark Mild - This is a low 3.2% ABV beer that pours black with a quarter inch of light brown foam. This beer is also well and finely carbonated. The aroma is dark roasted malt, coffee, a bit of dark chocolate. The taste follows the aroma, but is even bigger: deep, dark, rich roasted malt, lots of black coffee, some dark chocolate. This beer is delicious and also dangerously drinkable. If you like Guinness, give this a try, it is just as drinkable but even more flavorful.