Springhead: Goodrich Castle (England: Tradition Ale: 4.4% ABV)

Visual: Off yellow and slightly cloudy with a frothy but thin head.

Nose: Peppermint; crushed roses (possibly the promised rosemary?) fluoride. Slightly medicinal like cough syrup. Crushed seeds.

Body: Honey and paprika. Chives and cloves. Ginger, elderberry.

Finish: Minty – toothpaste. Slight dry wood, quite light. Some hops.

Conclusion: A very different beer; a taste refresher. It makes your mouth feel sparkling, Very much odd tastes and great outdoors elements. It is a bit too medicinal and not recommended as your main drink. Its odd and rather mouth refreshing style makes it a good half between two heavy pints.