Black Paw Brewery Paw’s Gold (4%)

Paw's GoldOh, now I do like this.
Paw’s Gold is a crisp Pale Ale that pours a very nice bright orange and smells of straw and honey and broken biscuits.
And that’s pretty much where the flavour begins.
Lots of dry crumbly biscuits munched in a field of hay with a Werther’s Original and a cup of weak black tea.
That’s the malts for you.
The hops are woody, crunchy and leafy things, doused in lemon juice and apple skins.
Paw’s Gold finishes with a sweet grassy bitterness that’s crisp and refreshing and flecked with spicy black pepper.
Very nice indeed.

Source: Ales 4 You

About Simon Williams

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