Unity Brewing Co. Land Of Sunshine (5.8%)

Lip puckeringly, tongue twizzlingly dry, this dry hopped Apricot Saison is something rather special.
The apricot purée is fleshy and fruity, has that fuzzy skin feel that only apricots (to me at least) possess, and adds a delightful fresh aroma.
Under this the Saison yeast and subtle malting combine to bring a soft and warm bread dough and pancake, honey and walnut body that’s flecked with an earthy spice note, and the Cryo-Azacca hops are sharp and keen, all greengages and hazel leaves, garden herbs and lime zest.
And then, just as the beer started, once you’ve worked your way through this goodness, you end back at that super dryness that forces you to take another gulp.

Source: Unity Brewing Co.

About Simon Williams

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