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Adnams Explorer

2013-03-09 20.01.58

Adnams Explorer recommends that it be served chilled, so I gave it a try.  Explorer is a light coloured ale with a strong white head and a citrous aroma that’s redolent of elderflower and gratefruit.  There’s a hint of burnt orange and toast about the flavour that starts out quite subtly, but blooms into a delightful richness and depth.  To be honest, I’m not sure that my enjoyment was particularly enhanced by the chilling of the beer, but each to their own!  It’s a beer that would work well on its own on a warm summer’s evening, or with a pizza or possibly fish.

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Posted by on March 17, 2013 in Pale Ale


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