Buxton Brewery Anglo-Belgique IPA (6.8%)

Anglo-Belgique IPAPouring a warm sunny gold with a fluffy white head, this little IPA brewed with Belgian yeast is an absolute delight.
It smells of oranges and all spice, an aroma that’s rich and round and inviting.
On taking a swig you find a deep chewy malt, sweet at the edges but with a solid backbone of honey glazed waffles, salted caramel and brioche, and over this the hops are sharp and fresh and green, little bullets of basil and melon, lime zest and kiwi firing at your tastebuds while the yeast bubbles away in the background, adding an earthiness to the snappy bitter finish.

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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