Unity Brewing Co. Drift (6%)

Drift is Unity’s White IPA and it’s a damned fine beer that pours a pale cloudy gold with a nice fluffy head and an aroma that’s fresh and zingy with zesty lemon curd.
The beer feels round and creamy in my mouth, almost chewy, and very smooth indeed, with the malting providing a gentle caramel wafer and honey glazed waffle body.
It’s sweet and warm and over it the hops burst with fresh fruity life as the Citra and Ella pile on melon flesh and lemon zest, gooey marmalade and the tang of steely herbs.
The addition of orange peel and coriander seed to the brew brings another layer of fruity freshness and the pop and crackle of warm salty spices in the lovely crisp finish.

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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