Signature Brew Co. Reverb (6%)

I will happily own up to being a Signature fanboy.
It’s mainly because I remember their early beers and thinking they weren’t as good as they ought tone but they had something that was worth hanging on for.
These days, that trust has been repaid with every new beer.
This beer, a NEIPA, has been brewed before but I seem to Klimt ave written about it though I know I’ve drunk it.
It does all the right things and does them well.
From the honey drenched peaches of the aroma to the warm sticky caramel and brioche buns of the malting.
There’s a light earthy apricot stone yeast hit lurking in the background and loads and loads of gala melon, lemon curd, orange marmalade and zingy flying saucer sweets from the hops.
This is a NEIPA as NEIPAs ought to be.

Source: Signature Brew Co.

About Simon Williams

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