Redchurch Brewery Tartlette (4.5%)

TartletteYet another brewery with yet another lightly soured beer, the difference here being that this one is rather good.
Too often over the last year or so I’ve been given one dimensional soured beer to drink, but Tartlette has all sorts of things going on.
Pouring a pale gold, the smell is silage, grapes and honey, while the beer has a good body built around a rich vanilla custard and shortcake malting.
It’s a creamy soft beer that feels found and chewy and has a nice piquant kick from the green herbal hedgerow hops, and everything is prickly and fresh from the yeast that brings a sourness that’s tempered in the finish by some much needed spun sugar sweetness.
Very nice.

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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