Aged: No age statement
Product of: United Kingdom
Pig’s Paradise is a blond ale named after a fertile cliff-top patch of land on where the pigs of Colonsay Island, the Hebridean island where this beer is brewed, craze on Atlantic wildflowers.
Review and Tasting
Sampled on 22/10/2015
Clear, coppery golden amber with a thin but retentive head with line lacing.
White baguette crust, floral and faint metallic notes.
Crusty white baguette and caramel with honeysuckle, honey and cleansing hop bitterness.
More baguette crust, floral notes and light hop bitterness.
A blond ale with crusty white baguette, caramel, honeysuckle and honey flavours with cleansing hop bitterness.