I’ve yet to find a Geeves beer that I don’t like.
This is a big and robust IPA packed with English hoppy goodness.
It pours a bright gold with a nice creamy head and its smell is garden flowers, peaches and fence posts.
The malt is biscuity, crunchy, a little bit nutty, and covered in toffee stickiness.
And then there are hops.
Big, bold hedgerow spikiness, full of green acorns, hazel leaves, blackberry leaf tea, nettles and Cox’s Pippins.
All this ends with a finish that’s sharp, dry, bitter and gloriously long.
Source: Best Of British Beer