The 100 Word Breakfast Beer Tasting: Cumbrian Legendary Ales-Langdale
The basics: It’s a 500ml bottle and weighs in at 4%. It poured golden-bronze with good carbonation and an off-white head. The aroma was malt and a waft of orange/citrus fruits.
Taste: It becomes moderately bitter after an initial sweet malt start. There’s a nice biscuit malt undertone which gives way to a floral hop bite. It’s easy on the gullet without being thin.
Finish: Short and slightly dry.
Conclusion: A good session beer. It’s a well balanced mix of fruitiness, malt and just enough bitterness to stimulate the palate. Quite moreish and is best seen as a summer beer.