Believe it or not, but until this arrived in my mixed case from Best Of British Beer, I didn’t know that this brewery existed.
I’m glad I’ve discovered them as this Pale Ale is a delight.
It pours a lovely bright orange peel and smells of peaches, apricots and bread dough.
The malts are a light crunchy biscuit, think Rich Tea with a dollop of honey, a Werther’s Original, and some overripe pear.
The hops are fat and juicy with lots of mandarin peel, lime zest, grapefruit and kiwi all sloshing about in clear dry elderflower water.
And just as you’re enjoying all that the finish is hibiscus and passion flower pretty, long, bitter and deliciously dry.
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