Pouring a shiny gold, the aroma of this Blonde Beer is orchard fruits and lemon zest, which is quite a nice thing to smell of.
There’s a hay bale, honey, waffle and caramel malt and some lemon and grapefruit, peach and nettles from the hops.
And that’s about your lot.
The finish is dry and crisp and the whole thing is put together quite well, but there’s nothing much to get your teeth into.
This is a well made and very drinkable light beer that doesn’t challenge or excite, but there’s nothing wrong with that.
Nothing at all.