Partisan Brewing Pale (4.5%)

Pale AleBrewed with Mosaic, Citra and Nelson Sauvin, this is a super light and super flavoursome little Pale Ale.
It’s by far and away the best beer I’ve had from Partizan for some time, pouring a light sunny straw wi a fluffy head and smelling of nectarines and gooseberries and green grapes.
But then it would smell of that, wouldn’t it?
And what a lovely smell it is.
As you take a swig you find the most delicate caramel and wafer malts, some honey, some shortcake, and all of it light and airy.
And over this the hops are perfumed and flowery, the nectarines and gooseberries from the aroma pop up, and they’re joined by dry white wine, basil, tarragon and lime leaves.
And then the finish grabs you with its sherbet zing and lemon rind pithiness, it’s crisp and refreshing and lovely.

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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