Another one of the lighter bitters that have often been called “Golden Ales” in recent years in the UK.
Golden pour with good clarity and nice carbonation. This is a very light beer with some simple and straighforward bitterness and a good malt backbone. Although nothing to write home about, I always look for a brewery to have a couple of beers like this in their stable because they can show off a mastery of the art and a level of consistency that is often missing.
Fresh, grassy and a little floral aroma to the simple hop character.
Refreshing. Best consumed fresh and in the summer methinks.