Beer of the Week: Burnt Mill Pintle Pale Ale

A can of Burnt Mill Pintle pale ale next to a Caps and Taps tulip glass that it has been poured into on a coffee table. The beer is a clear amber colour.
Pintle might not have been around quite as long as The Kernel Pale Ale but I would argue that it has become just as much of a classic. 
Burnt Mill's core pale has the perfect balance of Citra and Cascade hops, fresh and citrussy with a slightly bitter finish. Aromas of lime and pineapple turn into mandarin and grapefruit when you take a sip, but it's the pine bitterness at the end and great carbonation that makes you keep drinking. 
Pintle is definitely the beer I take most to other people's houses because it's a guaranteed crowd pleaser. It's perfect for a summer barbecue obviously, but also just great to have a six pack of in the fridge at all times. If you're not sure what you want to drink, drink a Pintle.
Poppy Simon
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