Ken Lee is a Double Dry Hopped Pale Ale with Citra and Simcoe and presented in a rather groovy label designed by Art By Volume.
The can looks great and the beer pours a lovely peachy gold with a little fluffy head and a smell not unlike opening a bag of Opal Fruits.
There’s a super light caramel, honey and Rich Tea biscuit body, soft and sweet, warm and comforting it creates a subtle base over which the hops sparkle with lemon sherbet, lime zest and pithy green foliage, and woody tobacco and crunchy leaf litter.
It’s a decent beer and it’s made me fancy putting a record on.
But which one?