Brehon Brewhouse Blonde (4.3%)

Brehon BlondeThis isn’t half yeasty.
I mean, really yeasty.
Though that said, I don’t really mind the yeastiness of it, it gives it a slightly Belgian Golden Ale feel.
Pouring a pale gold with a foamy white head, the smell is apricots, honey and yeast.
The malting is a soft and sweet brioche, it’s creamy and light and prickled with an earthy yeast kick, while the hops are sharp and green, all nettles and garden herbs, again with a yeasty edge.
Drinkable? Yes.
Fun? Kind of.
Yeasty? Most definitely.

Source: Flavourly

About Simon Williams

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