Tag Archives: Lager

Overtone Brewing Co. Cashmere Lager (5%)

This is a crisp and clean Lagered beer using traditional ingredients, Pilsner malt, a Southern German yeast strain, and Hallertau and Hersbrucker hops. It’s light and airy, smells of bread dough and honey and gives you a soft caramel and … Continue reading

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Durham Brewery Helles (4.5%)

Durham Brewery have an unnerving knack of getting their beer just right.
Take this as an example.
This is a light and crisp Munich style Lager that’s so beautifully poised that I could happily drink it all day. Pouring a light straw … Continue reading

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Abbeydale Brewery Heresy (4.5%)

In Heresy, Abbeydale have made a quite stunning Lager. It’s soft and subtle and sweet, a floral aroma giving way to a creamy caramel, honey and shortcake body. There’s a hint of vanilla as well, along with a waft of … Continue reading

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Northern Monk’s Northern Powerhouse 2019

I know I’m a little late to the party, but these are still worth talking about, and tracking down if there are any still out in the wild. So, Northern Monk’s Northern Powerhouse Collaboration 2019 looks and tastes like this: … Continue reading

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Round Corner Brewing: Painting The Town Red

Nestled in the heart of Melton Mowbray’s rather large market area, Round Corner Brewing is a new brewery making some rather good beer in a very well laid out brewery and Tap Room. Only established a few months ago, the … Continue reading

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