Lightbulb Extra Pale Ale – 4.5% ABV


Happy blog anniversary! It’s been great fun reading along about all the beers you’ve sampled and shared. I love the name lightbulb and the label design!

Thank you so much, same goes to yourself as well, I’m looking forward to trying some more great and fantastic beers in the future. The design is outstanding your correct, still the beer tasted great 😁🍻

As a fellow beer lover, I really enjoyed reading your article. Though i’ll be honest, I’ve never really paid any attention to the hops, make, tasting notes (never understood it with wine either) Let’s just say I love a good beer when I taste one! Thankfully, in my part of the world microbreweries have started to come up so we get to occasionally experiment with a fresh brew..good relief from the bottled ‘water’. About 2 years ago I was in England, and got to taste some fantastic brews!! I particularly loved one that I had in Whitby.. but I just can’t recall the name. Great to see for my next visit I’ll have a reference guide as your blog.
Great to have come across your site 🙂

Thank you so much for your kind words and it’s great to see more beer enthusiasts in the world right now! When I was 18 I just drank beer and didn’t really take much notice of the tasting notes or aroma, but as soon as I started to become older I just had the understand of flavour. England has so many beers to choose from, and it’s all about finding the right one for your own personal palate 😁

It blows my mind too that there are so many small breweries that still manage to come up with something that stands apart in the crowd and IS different. This Lightbulb sounds interesting and I love the reasoning behind the name!
Thanks for sharing. 🙂

It does make you wonder how they do it, it’s crazy, some of the names for these beers are just crazy! But that’s what makes it so appealing and tastes so good 😁

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