Tag Archives: Pale Ale

LOKA POLLY Ekuanot Waimea Pale Ale (4.8%)

More greatness from LOKA POLLY, I’m running out of things to say about them. Quickly establishing themselves as one of the best breweries for Pales And IPAs, I’d love to see what they can do with darker malts. While I … Continue reading

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Left Bank Brewery Django (6.5%)

Django is a Blonde with a big ABV and I like it a lot. There’s a permeating booziness that rides along through the beer warming and rounding out everything else going on. It’s a big muscly hug that envelopes the … Continue reading

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Boutilliers Sunday Debut (4.8%)

Sunday Debut is a Pale Ale brewed with Waimea and Target hops, Maris Otter, Wheat and Oats and, most importantly for me, Rye. You see, I never ever get bored of telling you how much I love Rye in beer. … Continue reading

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Gipsy Hill Brewing Co. Rooibos (4.8%)

In five words, I like this a lot. Brewed in collaboration with South Africa’s Devil’s Peak, Rooibos is brewed with a shed load of Rooibos and Honeybush tea. A solid biscuity malt base full of toffee and honey, digestives and … Continue reading

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Beavertown Brewery Brattish (6.5%)

This collaboration between Beavertown and De La Senne, an Anglo-Belgian Pale Ale, is really very good indeed. It pours an apricot yellow with a fizzy little head and smells of lightly spiced tinned peaches, an that spicy waft builds in … Continue reading

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