Budelse Brouwerij Organic Lager (5%)

There’s a lovely zesty whiff of oranges to this beer which immediately makes me think of sun and warm weather, and poured chilled into a stemmed glass, this beer makes for a terrific lunchtime tipple.
OK, so there’s snow outside, but in the house with a sandwich and some homemade coleslaw this organic lager adds a little snatch of much needed sunshine.
The malting is soft and mildly fruity with a good shortcake crunch that provides a decent body, the sparkle is just right and pops on your tongue in a very pleasant way, and the hops are bright and snappy and draw you in for another gulp.

About Simon Williams

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