Monty’s Brewery Sunshine (4.2%)

Delicately fresh and summery, this is a rather good, is a little soft, beer.
Pouring with a big fluffy head ans a nice orange complexion, the beer looks very nice but I struggled to make out any aroma, though that may well have been because I’d just watered and pruned our tomatoes and my nose was full of lovely green tomato smells.
The malts here are honey and bees wax with wafer biscuits crumbling in the background, and all the while you get a nice yeasty bite cutting through with a clean bakery flavour.
The hops are citrus bursts and peppery spiced pops, not huge but big enough to satisfy and interest you as you work your way down the glass and through some sweetly pithy meadow flowers on your way to a good dry finish.

About Simon Williams

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