Moor Beer Co. JJJ (9%)

Moor’s Imperial Pale Ale is a great big juicy beauty that pours a rich peach colour and smells of Sherry trifle, all boozy and warm and fruity.
The malting continues this theme with vanilla biscuits, custard and honey, and the yeast adds even more fruitiness along with a little salty spice.
And then there are hops that just keep going, building and growing as you drink, giving you peaches and mango, lime leaves and lemon bonbons, orange marmalade, steely green garden herbs and grapefruit zest.
All of this makes for a beer with a big smooth creamy mouth filling feeling on your tongue and a dry bitter finish that goes on and on in the most delightful way while a chest warming alcohol heat rounds out all the edges.

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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