Back today with what may be the third to last review of a Tiny Rebel beer, for a while at least. It’s probably time to expand the beer horizons a bit. Certainly never spoiled for choice. So, this one is ‘Money Trees’ a Citra, Mosiac Vienna Pale. As evident by the description the two hops packed into this one are Citra and Mosaic. Style wise I’ve never had a Vienna Pale. From a brief research I believe it is a combination of a Vienna Lager and your classic pale ale, so very interested to see what this one is like.
Visually the beer is a great, deep straw colour with an amazing murk/haziness to it. The carbonation rolls up the glass to give a cracking, foamy white head. As to be expected, based on the hops used, the beer has a pungent citrus nose. First time I’ve genuinely thought there was a pineyness in the flavour. It was actually quite a refreshing aspect of the beer. There’s also a nice light hop that blends into a crisp finish. Very easy drinking beer on the whole.
A quick note on the can art: Actually really like this one. Love how the art is mixed with the beer name with the trees growing out of it.
This was a weird one for me. At first I thought the beer was good but nothing super exceptional but as I drank more it got increasingly more enjoyable. A genuinely refreshing beer that has a lot of flavour. Once I’d started drinking it did not last long at all. An interesting style of beer as well that I will be looking out for in the future. It’s the kind of beer that is going to make me sad when I eventually run out of the Tiny Rebel haul.
Thanks for taking the time to read! Cheers!
- Hops: Citra, Mosaic
- Malt: Not Available
- IBU: Not Available
- ABV: 5.2%
- Gluten Free: No
- Vegan: Yes!
- Purchase Location: Tiny Rebel Web-shop