Fourpure Tate Switch House Pale Ale

alc./vol:
4.8%

Proof:
9.6°

Vintage:
Non-vintage

Aged:
Unaged

Closure: Ring-pull can

Product of: Product of United Kingdom United Kingdom


Made by Fourpure and named ‘Switch House’ to celebrate the opening of Tate Modern’s building on London’s Southbank. This American-style pale ale is brewed and canned within three miles of the Tate building and is available in Tate outlets, including Liverpool, St Ives, Bankside and Modern. Read more

Review and Tasting

Sampled on 07/07/2016

Appearance

(sample can BB 03/Dec/16) Cloudy, orangey amber with retentive off-white head but little in the way of lacing.

Aroma

Vibrant pine, zesty orange and grapefruit, light mango and passion fruit, with white crusty baguette malt.

Taste

Moderately bitter, fresh and refreshing. Zesty citrus led with bitter piney hops, more tropical fruit, enlivening carbonation and underlying white bread maltiness.

Aftertaste

Zesty citrus notes continue in the long fairly bitter piney finish.

Overall

Perfectly balanced and, as befits the co-branding, this zesty citrusy pale ale is a work of art – both in its brewing and the colourful minimalist can.

Further product information

Barcode UPC: 5 060393 850519

More about Fourpure Switch House

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