Stonehenge Ales: Sign Of Spring (England; Premium Bitter: 4.6% ABV)

Visual: Clear but dark lime green. Almost fluorescent with a light white froth.

Nose: Slight hops, slight citrus. Not much else.

Body: Lime, bitter back end, liquorice if taken in large mouthfuls. Fresh grassiness.

Finish: Sweet lime, cough syrup. Jelly. Earth and grass like the end of a long hike. Slight syrup texture.

Conclusion: An interesting and novel beer, but unfortunately its exotic colour is its main selling point. The finish calls up memories of childhoods parties and scary clowns, with sickly sweet puddings. This and the nice finish make it worth a taste, but not a full pint.