Black Flag Brewery Pale Mosaic Simcoe (5.5%)

Want a slightly cloudy beer with the hops singing love songs of lychee and peach, mango and lemongrass?
Then look no further as Black Flag, who continue to impress, give you just that.
The beer smells of wood yards and citrus orchards and the beer sits a pale gold in my glass.
There’s a very good soft and subtle malt, creamy and smooth from the wheat, you find a little dab of caramel, some runny honey and a vanilla ice cream cone richness, it’s just enough to make the beer round and mouth filling, but it’s those hops and their fruit and pencil shavings, steely herbal leaves, woody tobacco and zesty zing that make this beer so good.

Source: EeBria

About Simon Williams

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