Beavertown Brewery Brattish (6.5%)

This collaboration between Beavertown and De La Senne, an Anglo-Belgian Pale Ale, is really very good indeed.
It pours an apricot yellow with a fizzy little head and smells of lightly spiced tinned peaches, an that spicy waft builds in the flavour as you start to drink.
It’s a round and earthy warmth that sits in the background of the beer and pushes everything else along.
The malts are caramel and honey, waffles and wafers, and the hops are zingy lemon sherbet and steely garden herbs, the beer finishing with a crisp bitter dryness.
Super beer.

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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