This weekend I had three beers that although they looked similar, they were all very different. The fact is, I had a few more that three but the others were all old favourites and mentioned on here many times before.
First we had KEO, KEO from Cyprus
4.5% pale yellow colour with a thin head, low in aroma, sweet malt taste. Very ordinary lager but I do like that Cyprus is making its own beer and not just importing it from outside also I would drink it on holiday there.
Robinsons, Dizzy Blonde from England
3.8% gold colour with a thin head, hop aroma, slightly sweet citrus hop taste. A nice refreshing session beer, unfortunately I only had the one.
Greene King, IPA Gold from England
4.1% gold colour with a thin head, citrus hop aroma, smooth and mild citrus hop taste. Although is sounds very similar to the previous beer it was on fact quite different and very smooth.