Another hot day, another bbq.
This time I took a mini portable one to the beach for some different scenery.
After a few hours down the beach, eating overcooked meats and sinking a few cans, we walked home and I cracked open this one in the garden.
Now, I normally like the Innis & Gunn products and if you've been to Scotland and you like beer, you've probably had the lager they sell pretty much everywhere ( followed by many single malt whiskies after).
Slight tropical and citrus smells.
It seemed to be very fizzy for an ale and the taste was pretty bland.
It was more like a basic pale ale: a bit of crisp citrus, with a hoppy, bitter finish.
Maybe I destroyed my taste buds with burnt burgers, but I didn't get much passionfruit and tropic flavours like the can describes.
A very basic drink compared to the other range of beers that I've tried from Innis & Gunn, unfortunately, this has to be the least exciting.
Drinkable, but not much flavour. Middle of the road beer, so it's getting the basic score of 5/10.