I’ve reviewed this beer once before, without reaching a firm view, so I thought that I’d have another go!
Adnams Lighthouse is a pale tea coloured ale with an almost creamy and fairly decent head. It’s hard to comment on the smell because it hardly has one, and there’s quite a long, hoppy after-taste, though not a lot of complexity to it. Lighthouse has an ABV of just 3.4%, so it’s designed as a light beer (I guess that the clue is in the name), and it is exactly what it says on the bottle. It claims to have been developed from Adnams’ award-winning Champion Pale Ale, by the Brewery of the Year 2011, though in my humble opinion, this is not a champion beer. Nothing much to object to, though that’s not the strongest of recommendations.