Little Monster Brewing Co. Yul (4.6%)



East Grinstead, a part of the map not many people visit.
A part of the London suburbs that once upon a time, back in the very early seventies, saw some hippies I know wander in through the front door of what they thought was an antique shop only to be greeted by the little old lady whose house it was with the offer of a cup of tea.
Their tiny stoned minds were blown.
That is a true story thought I reserve the right to withhold names for the sakes of people’s embarrassment.
Another true story is that Little Monster are based in East Grinstead and, if this little Pale Ale is anything to go by, are making some decent beer dow there.
Yul is a soft and gentle beer with a subtle caramel and waffle, honey and bread crust malt body and a wash of lightly bitter, pithy and steely herbal hops. some melon and some orange marmalade and not a bong in sight.
Lovely.

Source: Pop’n’Hops

About Simon Williams

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