BrewChap Brewing Concern Citra Dry Hopped Prole Art Threat (8.3%)

Listening to The Fall while drinking a beer named after one of their songs, Ian has come up trumps again and, if this was a professionally brewed beer, I’d be buying it all the time.
It’s seriously good.
Originally brewed as a Belgian Tripel, Ian decided to dry hop the beer with a shed load of Citra.
The result puts Duvel’s Triple Hopped Citra to shame.
In here there’s an earthy round yeast bite and lots of caramel, some lightly salted pretzels and sweet runny honey.
Driven by the boozy heat, everything is delightfully deep and warm and then the Citra makes itself known with great big bright flashes of lemon sherbet and lime leaves, bold and sharp and zingy.
Get out your Pink Press File!

Source: BrewChap Brewing Concern

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