Abbeydale Brewing Co. Deception (4.1%)

This delightfully soft Pale Ale is brewed with Nelson Sauvin, a hop so delicious you can barely do anything wrong with it.
But let’s start with the other stuff.
The malting for example.
The malts are soft and round, all caramel and waffles, brown sugar syrup, runny honey and bagels.
It’s a warm and creamy malt body, chewy and satisfying, yet light and subtle.
And then there’s the hops.
The Nelson Sauvin hops.
You’ll find gooseberries and green grape skins, elderflowers and lemon zest all zipping about in your face and making you feel good about drinking beer.
Super stuff.

Source: Abbeydale 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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