BeerIsGood wrote:Thomas Hardy’s Ale 2017. One for now and a few to sit.
sofakingdrunk wrote:BeerIsGood wrote:Thomas Hardy’s Ale 2017. One for now and a few to sit.
... Nose has nuances of field, florals and honey along with the yeasty bread - very smooth too. Taste is nicely full and bready with a good lager malt cereal crispness and a firm but not unpleasant or metallic hop profile - clean and dry as all heck, with background notes of honey and herbaceous florals. Long notes of dryness in overall profile, while the breadyness remains satisfying. As it warms there's just a hint of cereal wet hay...
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