Elgood’s Indian Summer (4.8%)

This is a really good pale ale.
Open the bottle and inside you’ll find a lovely golden beer with a decent head.
The mix of Maris and crystal malts give a great base from which the hops can kick at you.
There’s rich honey and a hint of heather and lavender poured over a little digestive biscuit.
Then the hops come in.
Long and green and grassy.
Dry, crisp and fresh.
The only downside?
I’m not a fan of clear glass bottles as it often means that the beer won’t keep too well.
So I’d best drink it quickly then!

About Simon Williams

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