Tag Archives: Bottle Conditioned

Burning Sky Robust Porter (5.8%)

Now this, dear reader, this is very good indeed. Pouring an inky black with an aroma stuffed full of toffee and coffee and plum compote, Burning Sky’s Robust Porter is an absolute delight. There’s a deep rich malt body that’s … Continue reading

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Four From Cassels & Sons Brewing Co.

Cassels & Sons Brewing are based in Christchurch, New Zealand and have been brewing since 2008, steadily growing the business and having to start again after the terrible earthquakes that the country suffered a few years ago. The brewery has … Continue reading

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Arcadian Brewing Co. Underwood (9%)

Frighteningly this tastes and feels nothing like its ABV, it feels round and smooth and rich, but there’s no boozy heaviness at all. Arcadian have taken their American Porter and aged it in Bourbon barrels for a few months which … Continue reading

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Campervan Brewery Wandering #4 The Hoppy Botanist (3.8%)

This is a gentle little Pale Ale brewed with rhubarb, vanilla pods and lactose. It balances its soft malts, all waffles and doughnuts, honey and caramel, with its sharp herbal hops, giving you lemon zest and thyme, apricots and basil, … Continue reading

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BrewChap Brewing Concern Dukla Prague Away Kit (3.7%)

What a world we live in when you receive beer through the post from a friendly home brewer and you’re asked to judge between “bottle conditioned” and “evil keg”. I mean, how many home brewers are kegging their beer? Maybe … Continue reading

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