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Uncommon Brewers Baltic Porter (7.8%)

This poured out of its can with a heavy chocolate bar aroma and sat deep, dark and heavy in my glass. There’s a big sticky treacle, molasses, rum and raisin and chocolate malt, not forgetting a hit of espresso and … Continue reading

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Cambridge Brewing Co. Red God (9%)

This might have been bottled in 2012 which, for a hop heavy beer, might be a little bit less than fresh, but whatever Red God was originally meant to be, it has become a very good malty beer. The aroma … Continue reading

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Brixton Brewery Atlantic APA (5.4%)

Tropical fruit sunshine in a glass? You’ve come to the right place. Brixton’s Atlantic APA opens with the most delicious smell, it’s like a handful of Opal Fruits. Sorry, Starburst for those of you who dare to be younger than … Continue reading

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Beer Here Angry Hops (8%)

Wow, this is hoppy. I mean seriously, it’s extremely, tongue scorchingly, cheek tinglingly, eye wateringly, teeth gratingly, buttock clenchingly hoppy. The aroma, sharp citrus and boozy kids’ sweets, made my nasal hair burn as the beer sat a sunny orange … Continue reading

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Buxton Brewery The Living End Islay Whisky Stout (11%)

Aged for fifteen months in an Islay Whisky cask, this version of The Living End is abso-f’ing-lutely amazing. I try not to swear in this blog, but hell’s teeth this is good. The aroma is damp oak and plums and … Continue reading

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