The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Pomona Island Brew's I Wanna Meet That Dad!

November 08, 2019

Pomona Island Brew - I Wanna Meet That Dad!

Pomona Island Brew - I Wanna Meet That Dad!

Picking and packing all day today after a busy weekend on the interweb for the shop, so I was looking forward to sitting down for my tipsy-train beer tonight.

James put this one forward as I couldn't make my mind up with all the choice, so I was eager to see how the recommendation went down. It's an all baby pink can with what to me looks like a bit slab of steak on a bone spit...but please be sure to correct me!

Assured opening of the can led to a light and very strong zesty smell come my way, a deliciously fresh hit. The proceeding swig, that I was eager to take, had that light citrusy tone, but was still full of fruity flavours. Then, there was the powerful punch of those Simcoe Cryo, Citra BBC, Mosaic & Amarillo hops! There's just a gorgeous taste that you can really get your teeth into from those double dry hops...really keeps you coming back for more.

Not quite the variety of flavours to keep each mouthful different and exciting, but still a quality beer that you should give a crack.

Happy monday, and cheers everyone!

Han




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