Signature Brew Co. Good Vibrations (5.2%)

Yet another great little beer from Signature, who are currently going from strength to strength.
I’m not sure what has changed for them, but over the course of the last year or two they’ve come on in leaps and bounds.
Good Vibrations is a New England Pale and it’s a lovely little beer.
It pours a hazy golden straw colour and smells of pineapple
Chunks and limes.
There’s a solid brown sugar, pancake and biscuit malt body, and the unmistakable swish of apricots and peaches from the yeast.
The hopping brings zesty zingy lemon rind, juicy mango and a slap of mandarins as you head towards the delightfully dry finish.

About Simon Williams

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