Thwaites Crafty Dan Triple C (5.3%)

Triple CCrafty Dan (Thwaites’ in-house micro brewery) continue to make decent if not overly exciting little bottles of beer and Triple C is no exception.
It’s a Golden Ale brewed with Chinook, Citra and Centennial hops and it’s a very pleasant drink that pours a deep amber with a smell like varnished peaches.
Taking a drink you get a round caramel wafer biscuit malt, some honey and just a little bread dough which forms a good base on which the hops can do their thing.
You get mango flesh and passion fruit, lime leaves and a hint of coriander, lemon pips and red apple skins, and all this works towards a good crunchy resinous wood pulp and prickly orchard leaf finish.
Eminently drinkable if not, as I said above, overly exciting.

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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