Out Of Town Brewing India Pale Ale (6.8%)

This is pretty spectacular.
Yes, really.
Out Of Town’s IPA, brewed with Warrior, Simcoe, Centennial, Amarillo, Chinook and Columbus hops is mouth-wateringly good.
It pours a warm gold with a fuzzy little head and smells of penny sweets and peach juice.
There’s a lovely rich and chewy malt, all caramel and ice cream cones, salted peanut brittle and honey, and then the long slow and bitterly moreish onslaught of hops.
You’ll find fresh rolling tobacco and woody walnuts, hazel, birch and nettle tea, along with big swipes of citrus, lemon bonbons, lime zest just a hint of melon, all of which leads you to the most excitingly crisp, dry and bitter finish I’ve had from a beer for some time.

Source: Hippo Beers

About Simon Williams

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