North Union Brewing Co. IPA (6.3%)

IPAThis isn’t too shabby, though the aroma borders on nail varnish.
Fortunately it remains just the right side of the fruity/varnishy line, but my first sniff after pouring the beer into my glass had me wondering what was in store for me.
Taking a swig had me putting aside all my fears though, as the big gloopy malts were immediately chewy and mouth filling, all toffee popcorn, biscuits and lots of runny honey.
The hops were sharp and fruity, some honeydew melon sitting nicely alongside zesty lemon rind, and mango flesh nuzzling up to grapefruit peel.
All in all a good little IPA with a brown sugar coated bitter finish.

Source: The Beer Hawk

About Simon Williams

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