There’s a problem with this beer.
That is, I have a problem with this beer.
And the problem is that on a day as warm as this, Northumbrian Blonde is so crisp and refreshing I’m struggling to not glug it all before I make any notes.
In fact it’s barely touching the sides.
This is a light straw coloured blonde beer with a smell that’s apricots in a wicker basket.
There’s a super light caramel wafer malt and and good lemony hops.
They’re dry, zesty, full of green herbs and grapefruit skins that make for a finish that’s fresh, crisp and clean.
Northumbrian Blonde is just what I needed.
Source: Ales 4 You
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