Elgood’s Indian Summer

08 Dec

2012-12-08 19.13.58

On first sight, Elgood’s Indian Summer is a pale gold, the colour of burnt sugar.  It smells, to me, of apple and, summer. And this 4.8% ABV pale ale tastes of butter and honey, giving way to a deep lasting bitterness.  All in all, I think that this is the most enjoyable of all the Elgood’s ales that I’ve tried so far.


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Posted by on December 8, 2012 in Pale Ale


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