Sadler’s Ales Hop Bomb (5%)

Hop Bomb 2Pouring a nice light gold with a little fluffy head, Hop Bomb is a rather good Pale Ale.
And that’s fortunate as I have a mini keg of it to drink.
The aroma is pears and peaches and a slightly unusual but in no way unpleasant hint of mustard seed.
Taking a swig you find a nice light crunchy shortcake malt that’s wrapped in caramel and honey and a pinch of white pepper, and all over it there are hops dancing about.
Hop BombThey’re big and fruity and full of life, with mandarin and mango, peaches, green herbal leaves and a pithy woody bark at the edges that leads you into the crisp clean and delightfully bitter finish.
Only seven more pints to go.

Source: Sadler’s Ales

About Simon Williams

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