Just like you, but different
BeerClubNZ beer, this is weekly treat,
330ml can of a beer that is 4.1% ABV, that’s about 120 calories a serve, 1.07 standard drinking units in NZ is this one.
Highly Sessionable ultra modern pale ale balancing rich British floor malt with modern British hops.
Best of British to you!
Session pale ale. Honeydew Melon, citrus, apricot & peach hops with a honey malt character. Light to let the hops shine
Unfined, Unfiltered, Unpasteurised and conditioned with live yeast.
So, What could possibly go wrong?
Malty hoppy on opening, which is promising.
Lovely golden pour with a nice white head that is always appealing, there is a lot stronger grass and malt aroma in the glass.
That’s really chock of flavour and juiciness, they’ve put a lot into this and got back a real explosion of flavour in the mouth, and it has a slightly dry finish too, which is unexpected for a beer that is at the lower end of the ABV scale really. Classy
Lots of malt forward in this is such a nice experience, absolutely a beer that I’d drink again and would love to have in the fridge as a staple, lovely easy drinking that leaves you wanting just a little more.
The pdubyah-o-meter rates this as 8 of its things from the thing. HAVe no qualms about saying this is very good, and I will talk to people about it when we talk about lower alcohol beer, and this one comes with the requisite taste and enjoyment that makes it worth. Lovely.
The double dip review
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There are a few different types of blond ale. The first is the traditional “Canadian Ale”, an adjunct-laden, macrobrewed, top-fermented equivalent of the American Standard. The second is common in US brewpubs – a light starter ale, with marginally more hop and body than a macrobrew, fewer adjuncts, but still not a flavourful beer by any means. The British interpretation is easily the boldest, hoppiest blond ale rendition. Some of these can almost be considered American Pales they are so hopped up – very crisp, refreshing, with relatively low alcohol compared with their North American