Odell Brewing Co. Isolation Ale (6.1%)

A seasonal ale that tastes of its season.
Dark, warm brown leaves, damp pine and red woods.
Honestly.
The beer pours a delicious dark amber and looks up at you invitingly.
There’s a delightful maple syrup sour-sweetness, lots of nuts and a heap of pine resin.
Bumping up the pleasure contained in this little bottle is sticky toffee, all gooey and unguent, a smack of honey and a salted butter richness.
All of this and then it leaves you with a big crunchy, crisp, dry hoppy finish.
It really tastes like a walk through the woods in November.
I heart Odell.

About Simon Williams

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