I 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.
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