Moor Beer Co. Radiance (5.2%)

Radiance - 1What a stunningly good beer this is.
Calling itself both a Golden Ale and a Blonde, I’d err on the Blonde side as Radiance has all the crisp lightness of touch of a really good Blonde beer and none of the bland biscuity boredom of a run-of-the-mill Golden Ale.
The aroma is lemon thyme and honey and the beer sits a lovely warm gold in my glass.
The malting is cornflakes, honey and waffles, and the hops are bitter and sharp, packed with herbal greenery and lemon rind which leads you to a lovely dry, crisp and very refreshing finish.
Radiance is radiant.

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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