George Wright Brewing Co. Pipe Dream (4.3%)

Pipe DreamGeorge Wright Brewing Co. is another new one on me.
They’re based in St. Helens, Merseyside, and this is their India Pale Ale.
And it’s not a bad IPA at all, the only thing I can think this beer might benefit from would be a little extra ABV to really bring the flavours out more.
Pipe Dream is a nice light golden straw with a fluffy cloud of a head.
The smell is fruity and sharp, with apricots and citrus fruit and a nose-full of hay bales.
There’s a lot of straw in the malts, dry and earthy with a soft digestive biscuit and a spoonful of honey.
The hops are brittle and spiky, lemon juice fresh and elderflower dry, they leave a very nice clean finish.
In fact what I said at the beginning about a little more alcohol is probably rather unnecessary.
This is a very good beer indeed, I just can’t help but want that extra alcohol kick.
But that’s just me.

About Simon Williams

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