Vibrant Forest Brewery Nelson Sauvin Vibrant Pale Ale (5%)

Nelson SauvinCan you go wrong with Nelson Sauvin?
I don’t think you can unless you try really hard.
This little Pale Ale is a case in point.
It pours a decent enough pale gold with a foamy head, but it’s the smell that gets you rather than the look.
It’s fresh gooseberries and green grape skins.
And you find this in the flavour too.
Sure, there’s a pretty good soft caramel and shortcake malt, but it’s the white wine notes, the gooseberries, the grapes, the splash of lemon juice and the rolling tobacco of the hops leading you to a super dry bitter finish that makes this beer worth drinking.

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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