If you are going to win over the regulars – many of whom have spent a lifetime drinking mid-strength lager – with something new, the least you can do is offer a decent session ale. Lucky for everyone, this is exactly what Bravo Brewhouse have done with their Romeo and Juliet Session Ale – and the locals have been practically leaping from their balconies singing its praises.
Pouring with the slightest of haze, the beer is suitably light-bodied but with enough caramel malt notes to keep things interesting and bubbling along. Cascade, Amarillo and Citra hops bring citrus and tropical fruit notes and do their part to make this ale anything but bland. The result: an eminently sessionable beer that will see you comfortably through acts one to five.