Tuatara Brewery IPA (5%)

Tuatara IPADressed in the most beautiful moulded bottle (made to look like the neck of a lizard, a Tuatara no less), this is a rather good little IPA.
It pours a dark amber and smells of sideboards and toffee apples.
On taking my first swig I thought, “this reminds me of something,” and after my second I realised that this is very close to Lagunitas IPA, and that is no bad thing.
You find a big chewy toffee and biscuit malt, it’s round and plump and mouth filling, and over it there’s lots of resin heavy hops, all sharp with lemon and lime, some herbal leaves and sticky pine and honey that leads you to a very nice bitter sweet and very more-some finish.

Source: Honest Brew

About Simon Williams

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