Tweed Brewing Co. New World Pale (5%)

Not too shabby, you might not hunt this down specifically, but if you found it on the bar you’d be more than happy with a pint or two.
Tweed’s New World Pale is just that, a Pale Ale with lots of modern hops, giving you a good kick of zingy citrus, sherbet lemons and grapefruit zest, you know the thing, over a decent honey and shortcake malt body.
In no way earth shattering or life changing, but a well made straight down the line Pale Ale.

Source: Beer Untold

About Simon Williams

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