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位于英国Cheshire郡的一个『红柳』小酒厂 – 真行，是又一个家酿兴致浓重转而投身奉献酿酒业的好例子。最近,九五至尊赌场，底下尝的这款Wreckless还拿到了SIBA 2012年啤酒评选的跨品种的总冠军银牌奖，仍是款美式的Pale Ale喔~~ 用了Citra跟Amarillo酒花，但整体的感到闻起来又像极了充斥酵母异香的比利时淡色啤酒。
他们的酒名，倒是另一个卖点 – 让人摸不着脉络的卖点… 都一个字,九五至尊赌场，以 –less 结尾的字。有趣的有：Ageless、Headless、Directionless、Endless、Heartless、Sleepless、Peerless、甚至Faithless！我想，改天email给他们个挑衅，酿一款Hop(e)less、或者Tasteless的啤酒看看他们怎办啊？嘿嘿嘿…………
RedWillow, Wreckless Pale Ale,九五至尊赌场, 4.8%abv. (American Pale Ale)
Purchased from the BeerRitz online beer shop; bottle-conditioned in a 500ml slim brown bottle, BB March 2014, served cool in a straight imperial pint glass. Notes: according to the website of the brewery, Citra and Amarillo hops are used in this brew. Also, it has won a Gold medal in the SIBA National Champion 2012 challenge in the Premium Bitter category, and is awarded Silver in the Supreme Champion category.
4/5 Appearance: pours a dark golden colour, with sizable bits of yeast sediments floating in the beer, as the constant flows of carbonation buttresses a well-lasting, thick layer of off-white frothy head.
4/5 Smell: very aromatic and estery, almost like a cross between those exotic-fruity and yeasty Belgian pale ales and hoppy (but very pale take on the) American pale ale style; the hop mixture shows sweet white grapefruits, green mangoes and passion fruits, underlined by a rather substantial aroma of mildly lactic yeastiness much in common with a Belgian strand of ale. Intensive sweetness comes from very pale malts in the background. All in all, lively hoppy and estery, not without a good input from the pale malts.
4/5 Taste: effervescent on the palate, the foretaste is pleasantly hoppy, showing signs of sweet grapefruity notes from the American hops on a par with thin-bodied maltiness; as the flavour settles, the mildly spicy and citrus-peel-like tannic bitterness creeps up but only in a moderate manner, lightly chewy, just about enough to render a good depth. Pretty “quiet” in the aftertaste, where the remaining exotic estery elements serve to prolong the enjoyment by a small margin. A few sips down the throat, interestingly the bitter feel of the hops comes more forward.
4/5 Mouthfeel & 4/5 Overall: refreshing on the palate as a result of successful bottle-conditioning, this medium-bodied and deliciously hoppy pale ale shows a more pronounced nose than flavour profile, but all in all very clean, balanced, and a good candidate for a session type of APA. A well-deserved winner on the SIBA awards, but I suspect those are for the draught version. I can’t wait to try it on cask!