The Wild Beer Co. Sleeping Limes (4.6%)

A Lager brewed with limes and sea salt, this tastes nothing more to me than an old fashioned Lager & Lime, the kind of beer my dad would buy me a half of if we were in the pub when I wasn’t yet old enough to drink.
As such it’s a beer that I’m enjoying in a nostalgic way, a beer I’m happy to have tried for the memories it brings, but a beer that I’ll be more than happy to never drink again.
There’s a light sweetcorn/popcorn thing going on in the body of the beer, but where everything should feel smooth and creamy, here it’s slimy and oily.
There’s virtually no hop presence except for a tiny swish of herbal greenery, and the salt that pops up in the finish is overly powerful, making everything else feel weak and insipid.
Thanks for the memories, but I’d rather not go there again.

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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