It looks like this might have been one of the last bottles of a beer that is no longer in production! Shame, because it was very tasty and a nice ABV. I believe that Wharfe Bank are continuing to produce an IPA but at a higher alcohol content. Find Wharfe Bank Brewery online here (http://www.wharfebankbrewery.co.uk) or follow them on Twitter.
This Oberon Session IPA is a very pleasant IPA- I might describe it as a gateway IPA, to ease non IPA drinkers into the style. Light on the alcohol, but not lacking in flavour in the slightest. A rich golden colour with good, white head and decent head retention. Not overwhelming on the nose, nicely balanced malt, biscuity in a way, with mellow hops aroma. Very drinkable, not overwhelmingly hoppy, a decent citrus zing to it that is very refreshing. A cracking summer beer!
Have you had the Oberon Session IPA or any other Wharfe Bank beers?
UPDATE: I’m reliably informed by the very friendly Wharfe Bank twitterer that the Oberon Session IPA has been replaced (or maybe renamed?) by a beer called Ro Sham Bo, also at 4.2% ABV, so you can still get it, just in different packaging!