Radical Road from Stewart Brewing is the second beer from a 4 pack I picked up for the long journey from Edinburgh to Lincoln. It should have taken 4 hours for me to get back, unfortunately it actually took 7 so I was extremely grateful to have some beers with me. It's worth noting that Radical Road is one of the routes up to Arthurs Seat which looks down on the Scottish capital, so I assume the beer is named after that. I chose to take the less radical route up. Anyway Radical Road from Stewart Brewing is a 6.4% American Pale Ale, so it packs a bit of a punch.
The beer pours a hazy yellow with quite a big foamy white head. Much like First World Problems from the same brewer Radical Road from Stewart Brewing has a primarily grapefruit based aroma, but this one throws some orange and citrus based notes into the mix too. Not surprisingly this is a pretty light beer, and also not too surprisingly the taste matches the aroma with the grapefruit dominating the other fruity flavours. If you really like fruity APA's then you'll probably enjoy this a lot more than I did. For me though it's a bit too much like so many other citrus fruit IPA/APA's so I'm only going to give Radical Road from Stewart Brewing 5.5 out of 10.