Mescan Brewery Westport White (5%)

Westport WhiteNow this is rather nice.
A lightly spiced wheat beer from the West of Ireland, it pours a bright gold with a yeasty haze and a fluffy little head.
The aroma is honeyed strawberries and hay bales, and taking a mouthful you find a light and airy beer with a soft subtle French bread crust, honey and waffle malt, and a nice crisp bitterness from the hops.
They’re all lemon zest and bushy hedgerow greenery, pithy and dry and zesty, and they’re punctuated by the prickle of the spices that add a lovely warmth to the end of the beer.

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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