George Wright Brewing Co. Eldorado (5.1%)

EldoradoI must say I don’t think much of the smell of this, but then there’s not much to smell.
That’s not too big a problem though as this is another eminently drinkable beer from George Wright.
It’s a bright Golden Ale with a big cloud for a head.
There’s a good caramel on a sideboard malt, sweet and sticky with a little added furniture polish.
The hops are fruity and fresh.
Lots of gentle melon and peach along with grapefruit skins and a very nice resinous background hum.
The finish is bright and bitter, long and dry.
Very nice indeed.
What I’m finding though, is that I’m not a big fan of this hop, between this beer and the BrewDog one, Eldorado hasn’t really grabbed me and made me pay attention.

About Simon Williams

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