Brew By Numbers 55|06 (8.2%)

Cloudy, murky hop juice of the highest order, Brew By Numbers’ Double IPA uses Galaxy and Mosaic to create a lip smacking, thirst quenching, boozy fruit salad.
The beer pours a soupy pale gold with a little bubbly head and smells like a tropical fruit sorbet, clean and fresh and fruity.
There’s a soft and supple caramel and shortcake, brown sugar and French bread crust malt and a little snap of earthy salt and spice from the yeast.
And there’s the hops.
Unimaginably fresh and fruity, they’re packed with mango and lychee, peach, pear and pineapple, lime leaves, sherbet lemons and pithy hedgerow foliage.
All of this dazzling brightness leads you into a mighty crisp, bitter and zesty finish.

Source: Imperial Beer Club

About Simon Williams

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