Brasserie Lefebvre Hopus (8.3%)

This is exactly the wonderful beer that after this weekend, thanks to the short-sighted and borderline draconian measures our glorious leaders have imposed on beer, I will possibly no longer be able to afford.
This is a Belgian classic and it’s a huge and beautiful piece of brewing poetry.
A blond beer with intense hopping and superb fruited malts.
Orange and lemon, grape juice, bread dough and fresh, green sapling wood.
Black pepper crunch , apple juice acidity, liquorice and pine resin.
Golden and beautiful.

We really MUST fight these changes.

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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