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Wild Card Brewery King Of Hearts (4.5%)

I’ve never before had a beer that smells of sea water and petroleum before. It reminds me a little of the outflow pipes at Swanpool, just a short walk up the coast from Gyllyngvase Beach that I’d pass occasionally when … Continue reading

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Riley’s Brewing Co. India Pale Ale (7.5%)

Considering the ABV, Riley’s IPA has a delightfully subtle fruitiness. The aroma is lightly spiced peaches and apricots and the beer pours a glowing gold into my glass. What’s particularly pleasing here is that there’s a lovely delicate melon flavour that … Continue reading

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New English Brewing Co. Dragoon (6.9%)

Well now, this is a lovely warming beer for a cold winter’s evening. Dragoon is an Amber Ale that’s heavy with redwood resin, bran flakes and rum. The aroma is leather saddlebags stuffed with toffee and, oddly but not unpleasantly, … Continue reading

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Pizza Port Brewing Co. Swami’s IPA (6.8%)

I refuse to believe that anyone could open a can that tastes and smells as good as this one and not be converted to the idea of canning beer rather than bottling it. Swami’s IPA pours a pale gold and … Continue reading

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Fyne Ales Fynebank (4.6%)

Fynebank is a Golden Ale aged in Springbank Whisky casks. And it’s OK. But that’s about the best I can say for it. You see, everything’s very thin and a bit insipid, which I wouldn’t usually expect from an aged … Continue reading

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