This is a pretty decent Pale Ale that does everything you want, and though it might not be the most exciting beer you’ve ever drunk, you’ll be happy to drink it more than once.
Pouring a light golden straw, the smell is honey and flower borders.
The malts are a soft caramel and crusty white bread, a pinch of white pepper and a dash of salt, and the hops are fresh and sharp lemon juice and garden foliage.
All in all a very easy drinking beer with a bitter sweet, crisp finish.
Source: Best Of British Beer