Wold Top Brewery Landmark (4.2%)

Brewed using locally grown and malted Barley and a combination of British and European hops, Wold Top’s Lager is worth looking out for.
It begins with a soft runny honey and garden flower aroma and pouring a sunny straw colour with a little fuzzy head.
The malting is full of caramel coated Weetabix and pancakes with honey, giving a lovely breakfast cereal crunch to the body of the beer.
As for the hops, the combination brings hedgerow greenery and lots of fresh herbs, pithy hazel woodiness, and a slap of lemon zest that brings a zap of brightness to the crisp bitter finish.

Source: Wold Top Brewery

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