Tom Wood’s Beer Ltd. Lincoln Gold (4%)

Lincoln GoldNow this I like very much.
Lincoln Gold isn’t your run of the mill Golden Ale.
In fact it’s not a Golden Ale at all, but a “Pale Bitter.”
Pouring a sunny straw, the smell is orchard fruits and an almost Belgian metallic yeastiness.
The malting is crunchy filo pastry parcels of walnut, caramel and honey, but it’s the hopping that makes this beer stand out.
It’s exceedingly bitter and dry.
Scorchingly pithy lawn clippings, hazel bark, tea leaves, tobacco and green apple juice make for a superbly dry, bitter, tongue curling finish.
Very nice indeed.

Source: Best Of British Beer

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