God's Flesh is a barrel-aged North East India Pale Ale, sitting at a boozy 8%. It was dry-hopped with Simcoe, Amarillo, Wai-iti and Motueka. I'm excited to pour, I personally find Brett beers a hit and a miss, so I am interested to see where this lands.
Straight up the pour. A bright and misty orange body, which is topped by a creamy head that thins down quite quickly. A big fruity aroma coming off this beer, think grapefruit and tropical stonefruits. The first sip is enjoyable bringing to mind pineapples, grapefruit zest, that finishes slightly bitter. The brett is present but in no real forceful way.
An enjoyable enough beer, but it wasn't really a standout brew. The flavours though initially bold, fade rather quickly and you are left with an okay beer. Not much else to say. Have you had one? Let me know in the comments below.
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