The choice cuts of a lamb are dependent on personal preference, but there will be few meat lovers who can go past a small, tasty, juicy cutlet. A little chewy but tender at the same time and of a size that you can consume a few in one sitting. Which is a roundabout way of getting to the inspiration for this beer: a pale ale with plenty of juicy hop flavours that's a little meaty too. Oats and specialty malts are among the grain bill, contributing to a substantial body for a beer of just 4.5 percent ABV, while the juiciness comes from Warrior, Simcoe, Galaxy, Cascade, Ella and Idaho #7 hops.
The result is something that's tropical, with a little bit of orange and passionfruit aroma, with a light golden hue, a cloudiness from heavy hopping and a bright, white, tight knit head. The flavours are hop driven too in a "small and juicy pale ale" that finishes a little dry with a refined bitterness, lending lends itself to a few beers in the sun – or, perhaps, a little gambolling through a paddock.