Allendale Brewery Pennine Pale (4%)

Pennine PaleStarting with a big glob of honey, this little Pale Ale would make for an excellent easy drinking session in the pub.
The beer pours a bright gold and smells of straw and honey, and after the initial honey hit when you take a mouthful, you find caramel and shortcake, white pepper and brown sugar from the malts, and this is followed by a crisp and fresh hop hit.
There’s lemon zest and satsumas, grapefruit and green herbal leaves, and all this leads you towards the long bitter finish.
Yup, this is a beer you could drink all evening.

Source: Best Of British Beer

About Simon Williams

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