Tatton Brewery Lazy Haze (3.7%)

Lazy HazeWell this is lovely.
I wasn’t sure when I read that Lazy Haze was brewed with honey and “a tea infusion”, but I thought I’d take a punt.
And I’m really pleased I did.
This is a delightful golden ale that has a really distinct smell and flavour, to my senses anyway.
Remember Iced Gems?
Tiny circular biscuits with coloured candy toppings.
That’s what this beer is full of.
A light but well baked biscuit that’s almost puff pastry, topped with a lightly fruity, sugary playful goodness.
I could break it down into malts and hops, but there’d be no point.
This is one of those beers where it’s the overall effect that truly matters.
That said, there’s a honey and ginger background buzz and a clean elderflower dryness, that leads into a crisp hoppy finish, but everything else about Lazy Haze is childhood sweetie magic.

About Simon Williams

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