Added: Saturday, April 2nd 2022
|Style||Golden Ale||ABV 4.0%|
Adnams is celebrating 150 years of brewing in Southwold, Suffolk, by bringing back a beer by popular demand. The name comes from the spray or spume on the crest of waves as they crash on to the shore at the coastal town.
The pale gold 4 per cent beer is brewed with pale ale and wheat malts and hopped with two English varieties, Boadicea and First Gold, with the acclaimed Nelson Sauvin from New Zealand. Units of Bitterness are 24.
It has mellow notes of lemon and lime on the aroma with honeyed malt and gentle hop resins. Tart fruit builds on the palate balanced by spicy hops and juicy malt. The beautifully balanced and refreshing finish has tangy fruit, honeyed malt and spicy and vinous hops.
12 x 330ml cans £22.99