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Adnam’s Ghost Ship

02 Feb

2013-02-02 17.50.31

My bottle of Adnams Ghost Ship had a cloudy, slightly orange colour with a head that slowly dissipates. It claims to be a ghostly pale ale, so maybe the colour is inspired by a movie called ‘The Fog’!  If I’d been served a pint like this in a pub and it wasn’t a wheat beer, I’d probably ask for it to be replaced.  The smell is fruity – maybe peaches and apricot, and the taste is far from unpleasant:  a toasty malty flavour that’s well balanced with lemony flavours from the Citra hops.  This 4.5% ABV pale ale would work well on a warm day with a ploughman’s lunch.

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