A very nice beer this might be, but it’s difficult to find everything that’s meant to be going on in it.
The beer’s a light summery gold and the smell is spiced bread dough and honey.
Right from the off you get a big chamomile hit, all pithy and herbal and bitterly floral.
But I’m struggling to find the oranges that are meant to be lurking in here.
That’s not to say that this is a bad beer.
Not at all.
Partizan continue to impress and frustrate with their refusal to make a beer I can write bad things about.
There’s a soft crusty baguette coated in caramel for a malt and a decent bitter and zingy hop, but it’s the chamomile that calls the tune here, making your tastebuds dance.
A very nice beer, but not Partizan at their best.
Source: Cotteridge Wines