There was quite a lot of sediment in the bottle so it was a slow and careful pour in order to retain the clarity of the beer. It's a traditional looking golden yellow ale with a tight and frothy off-white head. There is a strong citrus aroma but rather than it being too acidic, the edge is taken off with an underlying buttery hoppiness.
Soft and feather-like on the tongue, there is an initial sweetness followed by a lovely bitterness that isn't overpowered by citrus. I was really surprised by the taste as I expected a full citrus blast but it's the complex mix of hops that results in an initial crisp and refreshing taste that lingers into the aftertaste to counteract the citrus bitterness.
So easy to drink with a head that lasts to the end leaving impressive lacing, I would definitely have it again despite IPA not being my preferred ale.
Ale happily Be Seeing You Again, Rebel IPA.
Brewed by Samuel Adams, Boston and imported by Shepherd Neame, Kent