Abbeydale Brewery Wanderer (6.8%)

This version of Wanderer is a NEIPA packed with Nelson Sauvin and El Dorado goodness.
But let’s start right at the beginning.
The beer pours a cloudy gold and smells orange juice and honey.
Taking a swig you’ll find a thick and chewy, ever so satisfying brioche and caramel, white bread crust and brown sugar malt body.
It ensures that the beer has a solid backbone around which the hops do their thing.
And they really do their thing.
Loads of gooseberry skins and lime leaves, kiwi, mango, melon and pithy chopped herbs, a hint of celery and a waft of spring onion and then, in the finish, everything goes dry and crisp, bitter sweet and fizzy.
Lovely stuff.

Source: Abbeydale Brewery

About Simon Williams

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