I wasn’t expecting much when I poured this beer.
It sat in my glass looking a bit limp, a nice orange colour but rather lifeless.
As it happens first impressions can be deceptive, as this is a very nice little beer tat smells of honey and herbs.
Brewed with coriander, orange peel and Belgian yeast, there’s a very nice wafer biscuit and caramel in the malts and a lovely spiky, sharp bite to the hops.
The orange peel is subtle, but has enough presence to provide a good zesty zing while the coriander is fresh and green and slightly floral.
All this combines to give you a very good, immensely refreshing beer with a clean and crisp finish.
This could very well be my favourite Point beer.
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