Twickenham Fine Ales Red Rye IPA (4.7%)

Red Rye IPAConsidering I picked this up for just over a pound at Aldi it’s not too shabby.
Pouring a conker red, the aroma is a little bit thin, but there’s enough red fruit and bran flakes to pique my interest.
The malting is round and chewy with toffee and Ryvita, and the hops provide some lime zest and passion fruit, a hint of pine resin and some lemon juice.
The finish is perhaps a little too airy and thin, but all in all, and given the price, this is a decent bottle of beer.

Source: Aldi

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