Tag Archives: Red Ale

Wylam Brewery Bróðirblóð (6%)

Brewed in collaboration with Northern Monk this is a Red Rye and Juniper infused Nordic Ale. Personally, I don’t care what they call it when it tastes as good as this does. Pouring a deep cherry red, the aroma is … Continue reading

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Saltaire Brewery Belgian Red (7.2%)

Part of Saltaire’s XS range, this is a lovely beer that’s absolutely heaving with black cherry and walnut flavours. The beer pours a ruby red and smells of toffee and barley sugar sweets. The malting is rich and round and … Continue reading

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Birra Del Borgo ReAle (6.4%)

Singularly uninteresting, this Red IPA is a great big malt monster. But then AB/InBev aren’t overly keen on spending money, only making it, and hops are expensive, so perhaps this was a much better beer in the past. Maybe. Sticky and … Continue reading

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Marks & Spencer Cornish Red Ale (4.9%)

Brewed by St Austell Brewery for M&S, this is eminently drinkable. There’s certainly plenty of flavours to work your way through, starting with a rich tamarind fruitiness and moving into toffee and honey, waffles, brown bread and vanilla ice cream. … Continue reading

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Vibrant Forest Brewery Imperial Red IPA (8.3%)

I can review this beer in three easy words. This. Is. Superb. It’s as simple as that. But I know you want more from me and so here we go. Vibrant Forest’s Imperial Red IPA pours a deep conker red … Continue reading

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