This is a pretty good Pale Ale with a decent biscuit and runny honey body form its malts.
It pours a rich amber and smells of peach and pink foam prawn sweets.
The hops are big and sticky and resinous, with lots of redwood, lychee, lemon zest, hazel and hedgerow.
And you get a bunch of herbal leaves too, all of which make for a finish that’s long and sharp and tongue curlingly bitter.
Source: Duncan Murray Wines