Brasserie Popihn IPA Citra Mosaic (6.9%)

What a bright and juicy bottle of fun this is.
France’s Popihn have brewed a cloudy golden IPA with a fluffy white head and an aroma heavy with orange segments and peach slices.
There’s a lot of that in the flavour as well, those oranges and peaches making the beer fresh and tangy, round and fruity, bolstered by the stone fruit and lightly spiced earthiness of the yeast, all this hoppy goodness is presented on a platform of sweet Demerara sugar coated biscuits and honey waffle malts.
The finish is bitter, pithy and fizzing with sherbet lemon fun.

Source: Honest Brew

About Simon Williams

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