Tag Archives: Pale Ale

Siren Craft Brew Vermont Tea Party (3.5%)

This is a nice and easy going Pale Ale brewed with Earl Grey Tea and lemon zest. There’s a lovely fresh and spicy aroma as you pour and the beer sits a bright gold in your glass. As you sip … Continue reading

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Hillside Brewery Countryman (2.7%)

What a fine example this is of just what big flavours you can get from a low ABV beer if you get it right. Countryman is a Table Beer, and what’s more, if you were out for the night as … Continue reading

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Moor Beer Company Union’Hop (4.1%)

British hops and malts are used in this delightful little Pale Ale. It’s a pale straw coloured beer that smells of lemon bonbons and honey. The malting is soft squidgy caramel, donuts, honey and brioche, and the hops are a … Continue reading

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Ilkley Brewery Alpha Beta (4.5%)

I got a bit excited when I heard that Ilkley were moving their beer into cans, and then I got excited again when I found that one of their first canned beers would be brewed with my beloved rye. And … Continue reading

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Thornbridge Brewery Crackendale (5.2%)

It’s the sugary sweetness in Thornbridge beer that I just can’t get on with. I keep saying it, but always appear to be the only person to feel this way. But Crackendale is slightly different, only slightly though. It’s a … Continue reading

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