Enjoying a #Cyprus coffee, not trued this brand before; Amalia. Definitely more mellow than the usual brand
A good use of #cookies
Day 8:Eagle Hunter by the Wild Beer Co.
A light copper coloured, slightly hazy ale. Hops dominate the nose and this continues through to the taste but is joined by a burst of citrus lemon on the aftertaste which leads to a very refreshing ale. This would be a great summer BBQ beer.
Day 7:Doozie from the By The Horns Brewery.
A light amber, hazy ale. The nose is a fragrant burst of hops with citrus fruits. The flavours carry through to the palate, but nowhere near as string as the nose suggested, however the bitter hops lingered in the aftertaste. Nice, but not fantastic, ale.
Day 6:Strange Days by the Loch Lomond Brewery.
A golden ale with fantastic clarity. The nose has notes of barely and something slightly skunky, like a piece of over ripe fruit. The initial taste is rather bland up front, some faint hops, but on the aftertaste there is a biscuit note along with wheat and barley, this lingers in the mouth. This is strange as I've never had a beer so bland initially with such strong aftertastes. I'm undecided on this beer.
Day 5 of the Beer Advent Calendar: Session Pale Ale from the Black Isle Brewery
A golden beer. The nose is hoppy with a bitter, citrus fruity note. The bitter hops dominate the taste with a note of citrus fruit. Slightly dry with a note of wheat on the aftertaste. A nice, if rather middle of the road, pale ale.
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