Appearance: Deep Golden Amber Hues, Hazy.
Smell: Slightly woody, a suggestion of spice, ale fruitiness , evergreens.
Taste: Initial malt sweetness balanced by bitterness, light toffee notes followed by a lingering secondary citrus bitterness hit that is refreshing rather than overwhelming.
This no fuss, session beer will compliment anyone’s lunch or dinner choices but the char of grilled meats will pair well with the caramel and toasty flavours of the beer and the pleasing bitterings would complement fried dumplings, spring roll or good old fashioned fish and chips very well.
- VG Net
- 30th January 2013