“Red Ale with bags of hops”.
That’s about right.
Pouring a deep chestnut red with a big fluffy cloud for a head, Gravity One smells of passion fruit and hibiscus.
There’s a good malt body in here, it’s round and chewy and packed with well baked biscuits, a dab of toffee and a dash of white pepper.
Rumbling around underneath there’s a very nice fruitiness, all apple cores and peaches, before the hops come in with the slap of sharp bitter lemon rind, passion fruit, hazel leaves and just a hint of radish heat that leaves a long, dry, crisp and deliciously bitter finish.
Source: Best Of British Beer