By now you’ll know only too well how much I enjoy a lager at lunchtime.
Here’s yet another brilliant example from Göller.
Brewed in March only (hence the name) for drinking towards autumn (around Oktoberfest), this is a honey rich golden beer speckled with peppercorns, spices and leafy twigs.
The smell is soft and sweet and beautifully understated.
It’s bright and sunny but has a malty background that tastes comfortable and, dare I say it, homely.
The malts follow suit with a gentle warm toffee and light baked biscuit crumble.
And the hops are green and leafy and cut through the sweetness with a subtly sharp citrus bitterness.
I only bought one bottle of this and now I wish I’d bought more.
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