Brinkburn St. Brewery Geordie Pagoda (4.8%)

This is lovely stuff.
Really lovely.
Even if I did pour it so badly that I created a cumulonimbus of a head.
Geordie Pagoda is a Pale Ale brewed with Sorachi Ace and Azacca hops and I could drink it forever.
It smells of peaches and honeysuckle and pours a bright gold, and taking a swig you find a soft and creamy runny honey and Belgian waffle malt, some salted pecans and just a hint of coconut, and then lots of round and fleshy fruit from the hops.
There’s zingy sherbet lemon, grapefruit zest and passion fruit, along with peaches and mango that lead you towards a very good spun sugar sweet and pithy herbal leaf finish.

Source: Ales By Mail

About Simon Williams

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