Art Brew Hip Hop Experimental 366 (4.3%)

Hip Hop Experimental 366The latest instalment in Art Brew’s Single Hop Pale Ale range uses a new American variety that’s currently known simply as “Experimental 366.”
And what a terrific experiment it is.
This beer is typical Art Brew, pouring a pale straw, it smells big and ultra fresh and ripe with mango, raspberry, pineapple and gooseberry fool.
The malts are subtle, simple splashes of soft caramel, wholemeal bread and a nice yeasty background hum.
The hops begin all round and fruity, a big salad bowl of peach and kiwi, mandarin, pineapple and mango, and then suddenly burst with sharp tangy lime juice and grapefruits as big as your head leading to a finish that’s long and dry and lovely.
I want more Experimental 366!

Source: Art Brew

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