Hmmmm. Here we have Blonde from Buxton brewery standing at 5%. It is exactly what you would expect from a blonde beer. Aroma is hops and yeast. Taste is hops, yeast, citrus and soap. But pleasantly bitter and easy to drink. Any aftertaste buggers off so fast.
A most boring beer for me. So here’s a strip from Sarah’s Scribbles/Sarah Andersen that I’ve been enjoying as of late
Today/tonight we have Dissolution Extra IPA from Kirkstall Brewery standing at 6.0%. Photo doesnt show it the best but it pours clear gold, with zero head and the tiniest amount of carbonation. The aroma is typical IPA with some citrus and light pine like notes. The taste is mostly bitter, with a hint of sweetness and some floral touches. The alcoholic strength is well balanced with the flavours. It has a texture that I couldnt place properly, it is thin but quite soapy/likes to hang around. The aftertaste is the same the drinking tastes actually. Overall a good IPA but didnt get my motor running in any way.