Madness by Wild Beer

Thursday, 10 November 2016

Beer Name: Madness

Brewer: The Wild Beer Co, Somerset, England

Date Sampled:  9th November 2016

ABV: 6.8%

Serving Type: Can

Location Sampled: Home

This is my second Wild Beer Review following Bibble a couple of weeks ago (and not including their collaborative entry in the Rainbow Project).

Madness is an IPA that Wild Beer describe as having "an insane amount of hops" so I was looking forward to seeing what this one would bring to the table.

It pours slightly hazy with a small white head that did not last long.

It has a very fruity nose, with mango and apricot dominating, although there's a also a pine quality to it.

Madness is quite bubbly with a slightly oily mouth feel.

It is packed full of flavour; the fruits from the nose carry through strongly initially, although more citrus now, before pine resin notes takeover. The finish is quite bitter, more so than I expected from the initial aromas, but its got a very satisfying bite to it.

I really liked Madness, it's a bit of a hop bomb and delivers on what the tin promises.

I'll definitely drink it again!

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