Moor Beer Co. True Believer (5.1%)

I’ve not had any Moor beer for ages, and this can has made me very pleased to have them back in my life.
True Believer is a West Coast Pale Ale that is big and bright, rich and fruity.
The aroma is sticky pine resin and and a fresh fruit salad, it’s a smell that draws you down into the glass where you find a gloopy toffee, brioche and honey, brown bread malt body.
It’s solid and satisfying, and acts as the foundation over which the hops sing.
Melon and lime zest, lemon curd, redwood resin, mandarin and apricot all build as you drink, bursting and popping on your tongue as you reach the sharp and bitter finish.

Source: Moor Beer Co.

About Simon Williams

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