Eight Degrees Brewing The Full Irish (6%)

So this then, rather than being a single hopped IPA, is an IPA with a single malt bill.
Which is a slightly odd thing to be its main selling point.
But we’ll go with it.
What this is in all truth, is a pretty decent little IPA that has a nice peach and passion fruit aroma and pours a bright gold with a little fluffy head.
The malting is light and subtle, with runny honey and waffles, pancakes and salted caramel, and the hops are a burst of passion fruit, mango, lime leaves, peach and garden herbs.
The finish is crisp and bitter, and the malting is nice, but I’m not sure it ought to be what you’re pointing your drinker at.

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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