“A smooth and malty flavoursome pale ale with low English hops and low bitterness.”
Glassware: English Pint.
Appearance: Deep golden amber pour with a moderate haze. It constructs a finger of off-white head which slowly peels off. Laces well.
Aroma: One of our most favoured styles of Pale Ale. And one that is rarely attempted by non-English breweries. We love the simplicity of this – a nutty and slightly biscuity malt structure and a well balanced old world hop profile of jammy orange citrus/marmalade, soft peppery spice, florals, mild earthiness and wood. Cracking aroma.
Flavour: Excellent transition from the nose and such a tidy, well balanced beer in general. Upfront it’s offering light nutty malts and marmalade on toast then a perfectly tempered bitterness early in the mid. Very subtle pith and spicy notes tack on and lead to a dry, earthy and toasty finish which draws out for days on the back palate.
Mouthfeel: So well balanced. A little chewy, mild-medium body with the ideal amount of bitterness and Co2. The 4.8% ABV is also spot on.
Overall: Jindy Brewing hey! These guys would have to be our go-to brewery for old world styles. Really liking this switch back to bottles. It just completes the Euro vibe. Solid