Quantum Brewing Co. Bitter (3.8%)

This is a session beer for people who want a little bit more.
A little beer for people who want their beer to be big.
Pouring with a head so large I could wear it as a hat, Quantum’s Bitter is an amber beer that smells of yeasty fruity fun.
The malts here are lighter than I expected but remain complex with digestive biscuits in the background and sugary caramels up front.
There’s runny honey too, and a touch of cereal flakes.
This is a session beer with an attitude.
And a very hoppy outlook on life.
Packed with citrus fuelled hops, your palate is assaulted by gorgeous cuttingly bright lemon and lime, a good fistful of tamarind tartness, aniseed bitterness and a final kick in the mush from a very beautiful but deadly Parma Violet laced grapefruit.
Lovely.

About Simon Williams

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