Verdant Brewing Co. Pulp (8%)

Another fabulous beer from Verdant, this time it’s a Double IPA that pours a bright gold with a big fuzzy head and smells of tropical fruit salad and apple brandy.
There’s a great big mouth filling malt that makes its presence felt as soon as you take a swig.
It’s full of toffee apples and fudge, shortcake, honey and brown bread crusts, it’s warm and comforting and it acts as a super foil for the juicy hops that’ll have your eyes watering with joy as they slap you about with fizzy sherbet lemon zest, lime leaves, and lots of peach and apricot flesh, mango, passion fruit and a steely herbal twang that leads you into a booze fuelled dry bitter finish.
Lovely.

Source: Brewklopedia

About Simon Williams

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