Unity Brewing Co. Amalgamation (8%)

Unity’s take on a Belgian Triple is very good.
In fact the only thing I can say against it is that the name is a bit of a mouthful, Amalgamation isn’t a very appetising word.
But ignore the name and drink the beer, because this is a super drink that pours a pale gold with a tiny fizz of a head and a smell that’s packed with pears and gin.
You’ll find a tortilla and shortcake, honey and caramel malting, a rich and meaty salted peanut yeast hit and a great big splash of hedgerow greenery, hazel leaf and chamomile tea, lemon zest and rolling tobacco slap of hops.
In the finish that earthy peanut yeast creeps back in making the end of the beer warm and sexy.

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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