Adnams Spindrift East Coast Blonde Beer

Difford's Guide

alc./vol: 5%

Proof: 10°

Vintage: Non-vintage

Aged: No age statement

Product of: Product of United Kingdom United Kingdom

The name ‘Spindrift’ comes from a British term for the spray blown from cresting waves during a gale and is so called due to its drifting in the direction of the gale. An appropriate name for this modern ale produced at a seaside brewery and designed to be served chilled.

The emerald blue bottle has silver livery and the neck features the curl of a breaking wave with spray being blown black from its crest.

Brewed with malted barley and wheat and hopped with English hedgerow and other aromatic hops.

Review and Tasting

Sampled before 1st May 2011


Clear, copper colour with minimal, ring of white foam head.


Clean, fresh sweet malty nose with aromatic hops and a slight aromas of grass cuttings.


Light bodied wheat influenced palate with citrusy, grassy hops and crisp apple fruit.


Biscuity, mouth drying, pleasingly hoppy finish. Unlikely to offend either pilsner or ale drinkers.

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