Sitting in this bottle is a drink that reminds me just why I love India Pale Ales so much.
My first Durham Brewery beer and after this I will definitely be trying some more.
Pouring a light honey colour, the head gives a lovely fizz.
On taking a sip you are given everything you could possibly want from an IPA.
Glorious sweet caramel and rushes of red berries, spicey black peppercorns tingle your tonuge and there’s a splash of horseradish heat.
All this before an intense, teeth curlingly long, dry, grassy lemon finish.
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