The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Pomona Island's Pla-Ket Ket Ket-Ket

February 14, 2020

Pomona Island - Pla-Ket Ket Ket-Ket

Pomona Island - Pla-Ket Ket Ket-Ket

Very long day at work with a bit of extra marketing at the end, but satisfying all in all. Bonus was that my pops came up from Weston-super-Mare to visit and we had lunch at @sallylunnsbath for some cracking Sally Lunn buns!

Had this raspberry coloured can to chill with tonight with the name in blue and a steer on the front.

First smell as I opened the can was just a powerful gose one as those raspberries, blackberries and sloes combine for a fantastic rush up the ol'conk. The following taste was beautiful as some gentle hops transport a perfectly balanced combination of tart, bitter and full fruity flavours that line up in your mouth perfectly. Each sip offers a slightly different combination, but you still get the full mouthfeel and great ingredients every time. Probably the best gose I've had....grab it while you can!

As always, I hope you enjoyed my personal review, but why not come into Beercraft of Bath and try it for yourself!...🍺🤓 Han



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