Bright Tank’s run into lupulin brume was assured with Chalkface Killah, now confidently core range and available in printed cans. As such, many will be interested in Hazy Pale. As is often the case with siblings sat in the shadow of a bigger personality, one can retreat into a corner or present a point of difference; Hazy Pale chooses the latter option.
Pouring opaque lemon, there’s similar citrus tones to Chalkface Killah throughout joined by tropical touches which are lighter on the tongue, aided by the beer's low bitterness and a more sessionable ABV, before running dry and short. Comparisons with Chalkface are inevitable, yet Hazy Pale presents a strong case as a beer suitable for sharing over a session, particularly if you find yourself at Bright Tank’s East Perth venue.
Published October 7, 2020 2020-10-07 00:00:00