Monthly Archives: April 2017

Howling Hops Fighting Ale (11.5%)

Fighting Ale is an Imperial Stout, and a very good one at that. I doubt you’d be able to do much fighting after it though, as by the end your eyes will be crossed and your senses spinning. Which is … Continue reading

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Belching Beaver Brewery Phantom Bride (7.10%)

Brewed in collaboration with The Deftones, this is a super IPA driven by Amarillo, Citra, Simcoe and Mosaic hops. The beer pours a bright gold with a big fluffy cloud for a head and smells of tinned fruit salad, sweet … Continue reading

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Tweed Brewing Co. New World Pale (5%)

Not too shabby, you might not hunt this down specifically, but if you found it on the bar you’d be more than happy with a pint or two. Tweed’s New World Pale is just that, a Pale Ale with lots … Continue reading

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Pig & Porter Brewing Co. Gothic (7.4%)

Gothic is an Imperial Stout. A very good Imperial Stout. Pouring an inky black, the aroma is India rubber and black cherries, and you find both in the flavour. Not overwhelmingly, but definitely there. The body of the beer is … Continue reading

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Dry & Bitter Brewing Co.: Three Single Hop Session IPAs

Dry & Bitter are based in Gørløse, Denmark and this, a set of three Session IPAs is my introduction to them. Yes, Session IPAs, one of my least favourite of the currently trendy beer styles. Let’s take them one at … Continue reading

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