I think I may be about to write a really short and pretty terrible review.
I won’t mention the bad spelling this time, I’ll let you find it for yourself in the photograph.
Celebration Ale is copper coloured and smells a little bit malty, a little bit yeasty and a little bit hoppy.
Taking a swig the overwhelming taste is water with malts struggling to show themselves.
And there’s a rather nasty bitterness that’s a little bit bilious, leaving that feeling on your palate that you get when you’ve just been unwell.
I managed about a third before I had to pour it away.
Not good at all.
Tags7.5% + Amber Ale American American beer Barrel Aged Beer Beer Review Belgian Best Bitter Bitter Black IPA Bottle Conditioned bottled beer Brewery Brown Ale CAMRGB Can Canned beer Coffee Craft DIPA Double IPA Drinking Fruit beer Golden Ale Home brew Imperial Stout IPA Lager Lagered Beer Lambic Milk Stout Pale Ale Porter Real Ale Red Ale Rye Beer Saison Smoked beer Sour Sour Beer Spiced Beer Stout Tax Wheat beer