OK, now this is much better from this young brewery.
There’s a lot of flavour here for this beer’s reasonably light ABV.
William George IPA is a nice deep orange marmalade with a creamy head that clings lovingly to your glass as you drink.
The smell is toffee and spiced oranges, and the first mouthful is thick and full and satisfying.
There’s a good solid caramel and digestive base, sprinkled with cracked black peppercorns and a little mandarin juice.
The hops are sharp and floral with a little Parma Violet and a whole load of blackberry leaf tea, lemon rind, dandelions and mown lawns that leaves a long dry bitter finish that makes this an easy drinking and delightfully refreshing beer.
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