Beer Review: Bibble – The Wild Beer Co.

Today’s review comes from Somerset based brewery The Wild Beer Co. and their big bodied pale ale ‘Bibble’

I’m a big fan of Pale Ales so was excited going into my first beer from this brewery. It has a lovely amber colour to it and good carbonation creating a nice white head. For me, a very pleasant nose with strong tropical notes to it. The beer itself is light and refreshing with a citrus tang to it. There is a lingering bitterness on the finish but not in a negative way at all, in fact it is quite moreish!

According to The Wild Beer Co. ‘Bibble’ is old Somerset dialect meaning to drink loudly, often and well, which I absolutely love. And at a nice 4.2% ABV I can definitely see myself sinking a few of these in the sun!

A quick note on the can art: I personally like the simplicity of the art and the colour scheme, however I feel it got lost on the shelves which is a shame, as people would be missing out on a lovely pale ale.

Overall ‘Bibble’ is a really decent pale ale, with good flavour and refreshing to drink. And at £1.80 I’d also say very good value. I’m very much looking forward to exploring some more of Wild Beer Co.’s selection in the future!

Thanks for reading!

Score: 7/10

Additional Information:

  • Hops: Magnum, Summit, Amarillo, Mosaic
  • Malt: Golden Promise, Munich, Vienna, Oats
  • IBU: 35
  • ABV: 4.2%
  • Gluten Free: No
  • Vegan: Yes
  • Purchase Price: £1.80
  • Purchase Location: Sainsburys

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