Shepherd Neame Brilliant Ale (5.6%)

Brilliant AleBased on a recipe originally brewed between 1825 and 1855, Shepherd Neame continue to impress with their Classic Collection.
Pouring a light, bright sunshine straw, Brilliant Ale smells of honey sandwiches eaten in the garden, sweet airy and warm.
Te beer begins with a hint of Shepherd Neame today, a big digestive bran slap, but it’s almost immediately enveloped by a soft sweet caramel and pear juice that’s delightfully delicate.
The hops are crisp and fresh too.
A light citrus sharpness, garden foliage bitter freshness and a finish that’s as prickly as sucking nettles, honey rich and more-ishly dry.
I’m really looking forward to tasting where this collection goes next.

About Simon Williams

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