This is a very light ale drenched in fruity flavours.
A beer this soft and light and easy drinking shouldn’t be able to taste so intense.
Buxton manage to cram this beer to the gills with pineapple and mango, lemon, lime and grapefruit.
Sharp and acidic, tingling your taste buds and really quenching your thirst.
The malting here is very very subtle, sitting way at the back but with just enough body to hold the beer up and provide some depth.
Light caramel washes away the zing of the fruits ready for your next hit.
Buxton don’t half make some good beers you know?
Oh, you do know.
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