Blue Monkey Brewery BG Sips (4%)

This review won’t take too long.
And it won’t be overly complicated.
It doesn’t need to be.
Sometimes it’s best to keep things simple.
Brewed with a shed load of Brewers’ Gold hops, this beer should by rights taste like a million beers before it.
But it doesn’t.
And it’s lovely.
BG Sips is a light golden beer that sparkles but doesn’t hold its head for very long.
It smells of straw and honey and flowers.
Simple as that.
The taste is simple too.
Simple can be wonderful you know.
Honeycomb sticky sweetness and a lightly malted caramel lie right at the centre of this beer like a burning bright beery sun.
Orbiting it are the hops.
Little planets of tropical fruit, chewy sweets, gentle meadow flower pith and seas of orange juice spin and create a mouthwatering dryness full of clementine rind that acts as a gravitational pull between you and your glass.
You see?
Simple.

About Simon Williams

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