I do like Allendale beers and this is no exception.
Part of the brewery’s End range of more experimental beer, Simbus Saison smells big and yeasty and fruity and good.
The malting is soft and gooey, gloopy honey on toast and it’s seasoned with spicy, salty, peppery yeast.
Then there’s a big sharp hop hit, lime and a lemon and bitter grapefruit skins, that cuts beautifully across the meatiness of the yeast, leaving a finish that’s dry and crisp and very refreshing.
Allendale deserve far more attention than they get.
Source: Allendale Brewery