Twisted Barrel Ale Wrapped In Centennial (6%)

After spending several months bored of NEIPA’s, I’ve had a few recently that have piqued my interest again.
And this is one of them.
Twisted Barrel have created a creamy round chewy malt body of caramel doughnuts, honey and brioche and coupled this with a single hopping of Centennial, hitting you square in the mush with sharp and woody hazel hedgerow, pithy green herbs, some mown lawn cuttings and a big splash of zesty zingy sherbet lemons.
Bubbling away underneath is a warm and earthy yeast bite, lightly spiced and full of peach flesh fruitiness, it adds a comforting fruity sweetness to the bitter finish.
Very good.

Source: Twisted Barrel Ale

About Simon Williams

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