Arbor Ales Tasmanian Devil (4.6%)

Tasmanian DevilMusky tropical fruit and flowers, that’s the smell of Tasmanian Devil, Arbor’s Antipodean Amber Ale.
The beer pours a deep orange and its malts are sticky and satisfying.
You get toffee and ice cream cone wafer, a little honey and a slice of bread and butter pudding.
This rich biscuity malt is very nice all by itself, but here it’s complimented by a big blast of Galaxy hops.
And this is an inspired choice, packed with lemon tinged mango, passion fruit and kiwi juiciness, the finish of Tasmanian Devil is a fiery dryness, bitter at the edges and plump with caramelised fruit at its heart.
What a terrific beer this is.

Source: Cotteridge Wines

About Simon Williams

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