Bedlam Brewery Pale (4.8%)

Pouring a rich gold with a little fizzy head, this is a decent little Pale Ale.
The body is a chewy caramel, hay bale, rich tea biscuit and runny honey malt, an the aroma is packed with very similar things.
There’s also some very nice apple and pear juice and then lots of orchard greenery, nettle tea, lemon zest and just a hint of aniseed from the hopping.
All this makes for a beer with a big heart and a long dry crisp finish.

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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