Titanic Brewery White Star (4.8%)

Now this I could drink and drink.
A summery light ale that absolutely glows in your glass and smells fruity and floral and fresh.
And it tastes fresh too, this is a beer big on flavour for its style.
Thick burned sugar glazed donuts and home made orange marmalade on wholemeal bread, there’s a strong spice here too, a hint of cardamom and a pinch of pepper.
Taking another gulp (this is definitely a gulper not a sipper), the marmalade thing is getting bigger, it’s thick cut with plenty of peel to give some extra zing, but someone cheeky has mixed in teaspoon of chilli into it and so it snaps and cracks in the most delightful way.
THe finish has a sherbet fizz before it goes all citrus fuelled and dry, leaving a lovely hazy summer taste that is very more-ish.

About Simon Williams

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