Here we have another great cloudy IPA from Verdant.
They seem to do it effortlessly.
Pouring a pale creamy straw yellow with a little fluffy head, the smell is orange marmalade and honey.
Taking a swig you find a soft smooth caramel and brioche, runny honey and shortbread malt, a hint of saltiness and some stone fruit from the yeast and then a slap round the face with a glove made of nettle leaves and lemon zest, mandarins, Victoria plum skins and steely garden herbs.
It’s big, it’s dry and it’s very very drinkable.
This is the kind of beer Verdant do with their eyes shut.