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Thwaites Frothy Moth

05 May

2013-05-04 19.16.03

Thwaites Frothy Moth is a light amber ale with a thin white head that is surprisingly long lasting.  It’s something of a mystery as it doesn’t seem to be listed on the Thwaites website, so I’ve no idea what Thwaites thinks of it!  The aroma is floral, hoppy and a little spicy, and the taste is mild, slightly fruity and with only the merest after taste of bitter.  At 4% ABV, it would be a fine session ale, though I drank it as an accompanimemt to home-cooked trout with toasted almonds and lemon.

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