Tag Archives: Red Ale

Poppyland Brewery Back From The Dead (5.2%)

Brewed in collaboration with The Norfolk Brewhouse, Back From The Dead is an American Red Ale that has been brewed with ingredients that it was believed had disappeared. The barley is Chevalier, originally selected in the 1920s but last used … Continue reading

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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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