Pale Ale / IPA Wharfe Bank Black Geld

Published on September 14th, 2015 | by Martin Gray

Wharfe Bank Black Geld

Wharfe Bank Black Geld Martin Gray

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3.5


User Rating: 3.7 (1 votes)

Commercial description: Black Geld by Wharfe Bank Brewery is a Black IPA, some say an India Black Ale, where dark roasted flavours meet unexpected hop flavours in ‘something really very special’.

Black Geld pours a hazy chestnut brown with a foam tan head and aroma of roast malt & light hop.

Medium bodied, medium carbonation, dry bitter finish. A rather nice but not ‘really very special’ Black IPA. However a new classification for me and something different to a stout or porter.

Aroma: light tropical fruit, earthy hop, toasty, light grapefruit, hint of pine.

Taste: Fruity (possibly bitter orange and a squidge of grapefruit) roast malt, coffee, caramel with some underlying tangy hoppy bitterness.

Strength: 6.5% ABV

Brewery: Wharfe Bank

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