The Kernel Table Beer (3%)

Table beer?
Yes, beer to have out on the table for every day usage with a low alcohol content.
And this is by far and away the best low ABV beer I’ve tasted.
The flavours still taper off just a little too quickly with the no alcohol to back them up and give them that extra muscle, but this golden ale smells floral and fruity, green and fresh.
There’s a light honeyed caramel and a slosh of pear juice in the malting, but this beer is all about the hops.
Bright and fruity, apple skins and English garden flowers burst out at you, and there’s a lavender oil perfume that drifts across your tongue.
The finish is all hedgerow brambles, spiky and sharp with lemon juice.
I only wish the flavours could hang around just a little bit longer, but all in all this is a very good easy drinking beer.

About Simon Williams

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