Top Out Brewery Staple (4%)

StapleI love the label of this bottle, with its topographic map it looks very good indeed.
And Staple – Top Out’s Pale Ale – tastes pretty good too.
Pouring a golden orange, the smell is passion flower, peach and bubblegum.
There’s a soft bread crust and honey malt, a splash of peach juice and a light yeasty earthiness before the hops hit you with lots of orange peel, passion fruit, lemon and lime zest, a blob of marmalade and a handful of leafy green herbs.
The finish is long and dry, crisp and bitter.
A very good beer dressed in a very attractive bottle.
Lovely.

Source: Beer 52

About Simon Williams

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