Williams Bros. Brewing Co. Impale IPA (5.5%)

Impale IPAThis probably won’t take very long.
Not in a bad way you understand, in fact this beer is really rather good.
And that’s the problem.
You see, I want to sit and drink this instead of writing about it.
Another in Williams Bros’ Chapeau Series of collaborations (that word again – I seem to be drinking a lot of collaborative beers recently) with up and coming brewers*, Impale IPA is super drinkable.
A yummy golden beer with a spicy apricot aroma, a malt that’s sweet and warm and has just enough biscuity crunch, and lots of peachy, lemony, zesty, zippy hops to sparkle on your tongue.
And then there’s a finish that’s bitter, dry and long.
I like this a lot.

*Impale IPA is brewed in collaboration with Ed Young, winner of the International Brewing and Distilling Competition at Heriot Watt University.

About Simon Williams

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