We’re on a quest to find the ultimate champagne beer to celebrate the upcoming nuptials with – unfortunately this isn’t it.
The tipple boasts to be a Belgian pale ale assertively hopped and fermented dry with champagne yeast. It sounds the ticket: outrageous, fancy, toast-worthy.
Unfortunately, it isn’t. At first you’re hit with a crisp and dry sensation, and after that, nothing. It almost forces you to try and drink more to get some more taste. It is dry and crisp, but that’s all it is. It lacks the characteristics we were looking for, bold flavour one of them.
The quest continues.