Monday, 24 August 2015

North Yorkshire Craft Beer Review: Festival Fuel from the Pennine Brewing Company

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Home from Norwich and back to regular beer review scheduling. This week starts off with Festival Fuel from Pennine Brewing Company. These guys are new to me and a new brewery is always exciting.

Festival Fuel is one of their seasonal brews. It was light orange or amber and a bit cloudy. Fresh and refreshing with some maltyness but more on the hoppy side. It was medium bitter with some fresh fruity sweetness like apple juice.

Want to see what other beers were on this week? Click on a link: Festival Fuel, Burntwood Bitter, Ravensdell, Enigma, Beer of the Week: Harpers

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