Cheshire Valley “Out of this World” GPA

Aroma: The hop character is of tropical fruit.  There is a moderate maltiness to support the hop presentation, and shows the specialty malt character contributed by Maris Otter and toasted flaked barley. Fruity esters are evident with a complex tropical fruit aroma.

Appearance: Pale golden, large off-white head with good retention.  Generally quite clear, although this beer is not filtered and may be slightly hazy.

Flavor: Moderate hop flavor, showing a tropical fruit character, clean malt character supports the hop presentation, and show small amounts of specialty malt character (bready, toasty, biscuity).  The balance is towards hop bitterness, but the malt presence is substantial.

Overall Impression: Refreshing and hoppy, yet with sufficient supporting malt.

Vital Statistics:

IBUs:  34

ABV:  5.9%

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