Jo C’s Norfolk Ale Norfolk Kiwi (3.8%)

Norfolk KiwiBrewed with a mix of American and New Zealand hops this, my first experience of this small brewery from Fakenham, may not be mind blowing but it’s eminently drinkable.
It pours a rich gold and smells of strawberries and honey coated shredded wheat.
The malting provides a light and crunchy shortcake, honey, brioche and white pepper body to the beer, and the hops provide a good mix of gooseberries and mango, nettle tea, melon and peach.
All of this is rather nice, and it makes for a beer that’s easy to drink and has enough interest to make you go back for more.
All in all a solid session pale ale.

Source: Unknown convenience store in Sherringham

About Simon Williams

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