With a head that Mr Whippy would be proud of, this practically explodes out of the bottle on opening. I was hit with amazing pineapple and tropical fruit aromas and more fizz than a bottle of champagne. There's quite a bit of sediment in the bottle so I poured this slowly and carefully and, with that spectacular head, wouldn't have got a drop more in the glass anyway.
Surprisingly, with the abundance of bubbles, this is not a gassy beer. It's actually crisp rather than fizzy and has a delicious golden citrus flavour; it's more grapefruit than lemon, giving it a lovely bitter aftertaste. The colour is very rich - a deep golden/light amber that lets you know that this is a complex beer and not simply an American Pale Ale.
The thick creamy head lasts to the very last drop and clings to the glass. Ale be seeing you again, Gallows Gold.
Brewed by The Park Brewery, Kingston upon Thames