Conwy Brewery Celebration Ale (4.2%)

I think I may be about to write a really short and pretty terrible review.
I won’t mention the bad spelling this time, I’ll let you find it for yourself in the photograph.
Celebration Ale is copper coloured and smells a little bit malty, a little bit yeasty and a little bit hoppy.
Taking a swig the overwhelming taste is water with malts struggling to show themselves.
And there’s a rather nasty bitterness that’s a little bit bilious, leaving that feeling on your palate that you get when you’ve just been unwell.
I managed about a third before I had to pour it away.
Not good at all.

About Simon Williams

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