Monthly Archives: June 2017

Black Market Brewing Co. Aftermath (5.8%)

It does make me smile how, over here in the UK, we can happily talk about an IPA of between four and six percent as a good strong beer, whereas in the USA – and evidenced here by Black Market … Continue reading

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Oedipus Brewing Kinder Yoga (11%)

There’s something about a good Imperial Stout, and I love a good Imperial Stout, that’s all India ink, rubber balls and putty. Or is it just me? Kinder Yoga is a superb Imperial Stout and it is full of all … Continue reading

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Burning Sky Imperial Stout (8.5%)

Aged in oak vats, Burning Sky’s Imperial Stout may not be the booziest you can find, but it is definitely one of the best. Pouring an inky black with a little cappuccino head, the smell is prunes and plums, honey … Continue reading

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Siren Craft Brew Thresher (8%)

Brewed in collaboration with Hawkshead, this delicious Double IPA is brewed with spelt in the malt bill alongside the usual barley, wheat and oats. And what it seems to do, unless it’s psychosomatic on my part, is to bring a … Continue reading

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First Chop Pop (5.4%)

Perhaps it’s whatever First Chop are doing to remove gluten that’s made this beer feel weird, but whatever it is there’s something not quite right about this can of Pop. And it’s a real pity as I have always enjoyed … Continue reading

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