It says on the label that Otter Bright is a lager beer but I think it's doing itself a bit of a disservice as it's definitely more of a pale ale than a lager, in my opinion.
Looking like a very traditional pint of beer, it's a lovely golden colour with a small, loose off-white head. The head disappears faster than I'd like resulting in just a thin foam after a few minutes before disappearing altogether.
The aroma is very hoppy with notes of honey, caramel, biscuit and just a hint of fruity citrus. All of these smells transfer to the taste with the sweet notes of honey and caramel being followed by a mild citrus bitterness. The citrus level is perfect for me with no hint of lemon squeezy washing up liquid to be found. As you would expect with a pale ale, it's relatively thin-bodied but well carbonated which gives it a pleasant silky mouthfeel.
Very crisp, dry, refreshing and so easy to drink, this is definitely a beer I'd have in my fridge for a sunny day. Otter Bright, Ale Be Seeing You Again.
Brewed by Otter Brewery, Devon
My Untappd score: 3.75/5
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