The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Left Handed Giant's Go Ahead

February 10, 2020

Left Handed Giant - Go Ahead

Left Handed Giant - Go Ahead

2nd beer of the night takes me aboard the sour train. Just had a delicious burrito bowl cooked by the missus while watching 'Messiah', which is our latest Netflix addiction recommended by Jack. Now, looking into the kitchen i see I've got some leftovers on the way to be shoved in some wraps for tomorrow's lunch....midday food coma here I come!

Really cool cartoon style can in pastille colours of some kind of guy (maybe religious) trudging across a country background....damn neat design!

First smell is a fierce tart raspberry one that's just bubbling away and ready to escape. The following taste carries on the first sense with a tart rush that made me give a yelp of enjoyment! Then, a cracking surprise comes at the end with a smooth rhubarb dousing of the sourness...fantastic balance. Each swig after was more of the same, with raspberry fruity hits and an almost creamy finish...one of the best sours I've had... As always, I hope you enjoyed my personal review, but why not come into @beercraftbath and try it for yourself!...🍺🤓 Han





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