This is the last of my Steven’s Point haul from Cotteridge Wines the other week.
Pouring a warm copper with a light bubbly head, Point Amber Lager is a beer with a full fruity aroma, all red apple skins and orange marmalade.
THere’s a good depth to this beer, startin with a soft sticky honey and shortcake biscuit base, lots of apple cores, some peppery spice and a little sherbet fizz.
The hops are sapling pith, citrus zest and green foliage that turns herbal and spiky in the crisp, clean finish.
Not the best of the Point beers I’ve ben reviewing but all in all not a bad little lager.
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