Tag Archives: Pale Ale

Wobbly Brewing Co. Wabbit (4%)

Wabbit is a soft and gentle, easy drinking Pale Ale brewed in Hereford by Wobbly, yet another new brewery to note. It’s pretty good as well, pouring a light sunny straw and smelling of sweet apricot jam. The malting is … Continue reading

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Moncada Brewery Mandarina Blonde (4.2%)

This is a very drinkable, if not altogether exciting, little Blonde Ale that’s been brewed with Mandarina Bavaria hops. The aroma involves satsumas and flower borders and, sadly, a little bit of sweet corn, while the beer sits an appetisingly … Continue reading

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Cloudwater Brewing Co. Small Chinook Pale (2.9%)

I wasn’t expecting too much from this, but Cloudwater have managed to squeeze just enough of a light caramel and wafer body from the malts to hold up against the big bright Chinook hops that are at once woody and … Continue reading

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A Pair Of Fallen Beers Where You’d Least Expect To Find Them

I take my hat off to Aldi’s Scottish buyer, really I do. It’s not that they have sought out a very good Scottish brewery to get on to their shelves, it’s the fact that they’ve gone with a Gose, a … Continue reading

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Wylam’s Northern Powerhouse: A Mixed Bag

Wylam Brewery, who everyone knows and most people love, have been collaborating with their friends and fellow brewers based in the north of England. The result is a collection of eight beers that have been beautifully presented in matching cans … Continue reading

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