Fierce Beer Day Shift (5%)

This is a pretty good Pale Ale full of fruity goodness.
It sits a pale gold in my glass with just a ring of bubbles for a head that makes it look a bit flat.
It isn’t though, in fact it’s quite fizzy enough, thanks very much.
The smell is passion flower and honeysuckle which is inviting enough to make you dive right in, and when you do you find a solid malt body made up of honey and biscuits, caramel wafers and bread crusts, all of this edged by a lightly salted yeast warmth.
The hops are big and bold, they’re round and fruity, with melon and orange marmalade, balsa wood, hedgerow foliage pithiness and a lemon zest zing that heads you straight to the dry 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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