Brew York Brew York (5.1%)

Decent enough if a little unexciting, this is still a very good beer to find in a large supermarket.
Brew York’s American Pale Ale pours a warm gold with a fluffy little head and smells of jelly sweets, rubber balls and hibiscus.
The malting is a round chewy caramel affair with some biscuits and honey swilling around as well, and the hops give you a reasonable lemon and peach, grapefruit and basil leaf tang that makes for a finish that could do with a little more bitterness as it all feels a bit too sweet and sticky right at the end.
Perfectly drinkable, just underwhelming.

Source: Asda

About Simon Williams

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