Brasserie De La Senne Session 4 (4%)

Session 4Brewed in collaboration with Brew By Numbers, this is a decent little Blonde Beer.
It pours a pale yellow with a foamy head and smells of strawberries, hay bales and lemon juice.
The malting is super soft and subtle waffle and honey, while a little white pepper pops and crackles at the edges, and the hops are green and herbal, all pithy hedgerow, sherbet lemons and some fleshy melon.
The finish is lightly zingy, and gently bitter.
The beer as a whole is very light indeed, sitting just the right side of subtle and weedy.
Decent enough.

Source: Delilah, Leicester

About Simon Williams

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