My least favourite beer from Fuller’s but even so it’s a pretty good session ale.
Super light lemon juice squeezed across a soft, fluffy caramel malt like some kind of beer version of Shrove Tuesday.
The beer is a bright orange amber and its head dissipates very quickly but leaves a ring to follow you down the glass.
However light and airy the favours here, they really linger well and continue to develop their subtleties as you drink.
You get a chive-like greenness and mown lawn bitter fresh aroma, along with a definite honeycomb richness, so fresh the bees still buzz around it.
With the stable of beers that Fuller’s can boast they really are head and shoulders above the other large UK breweries.
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