A lovely golden yellow colour with a bit of sediment in the bottle so I stopped pouring just before it started to get cloudy. There is a small white frothy head which disappears quickly, leaving a small frothy film. It has a really nice hoppy aroma for a pale ale with not even a hint of the citrus aroma you often get with a pale ale.
As you know, I'm not really a pale ale fan but this has to be one of the best pale ales I have ever tasted. It transforms from dry with a sweet edge to bitter and slightly grapefruity on the palate. It is crisp and refreshing with the perfect amount of fizz to make it a smooth easily drinkable ale.
I didn't think I would ever give a five pint rating to a pale ale but Wild Hare gets a big thumbs up from me.
Brewed by Bath Ales, Bristol