Buxton Brewery Moor Top (3.6%)

Moor TopThis frothy headed light golden beer is very easy on the eye.
It’s also very easy on the palate, the result being I’d pretty much gulped it down before I’d really had a chance to make any notes.
Mind you, that’s a very good thing isn’t it?
Buxton continue to make very good beer indeed and this, from memory, is a top session ale.
Moor Top smelled of apricots and peaches.
The malts were dry and biscuity with honey and caramel all over the place, and the hops were sharp with lemon rind, sweet with passion fruit and zesty with grapefruit which led to a long bitter finish.
Or at least it would have if I hadn’t necked the thing.

Source: EeBria

About Simon Williams

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