Dry & Bitter Brewing Co. Disobedience (6%)

Disobedience is a super little IPA brewed with oats and wheat for, “a softer, rounder and fruitier,” beer than Dry & Bitter usually make.
It’s still a hoppy scorcher mind you.
I don’t think Dry & Bitter can help themselves.
The beer sits in my glass a slightly cloudy gold with a little creamy head and smells of honeysuckle and pineapple chunks, and as you take a swig you are first met by the fierce trio of Citra, Simcoe and Ekuanot hops that hit you with lots of orange peel and lime leaves, steely garden herbs, mown lawns, sherbet lemons and a flash of woody tobacco.
The malting moves in slowly, working its way up from behind and bringing with it a soft and smooth body that’s all caramel waffles, salted bagels and runny honey, providing a much needed roundness to the body of the beer before it is swept aside by the long and cruel bitter finish.
Super stuff.

Source: Beers Of Europe

About Simon Williams

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