Tag Archives: Stout

Duration Brewing Co. Ebb & Flow (6.5%)

Duration’s American Stout is really very good indeed.
Packed with coffee and treacle tart, honey soaked brioche and rye bread, chocolate ice cream and waffles from the malting, the beer feels warm and inviting, round and chewy and just a little … Continue reading

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Turning Point Brewing Co. Dreamcatcher (10%)

I opened and poured Dreamcatcher, an Imperial Stout aged for a year in Bourbon and Marsala Barrels and then blended, and life became better and far more interesting. This is a deep rich and rewarding beer, a beer that has … Continue reading

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Four From Cassels & Sons Brewing Co.

Cassels & Sons Brewing are based in Christchurch, New Zealand and have been brewing since 2008, steadily growing the business and having to start again after the terrible earthquakes that the country suffered a few years ago. The brewery has … Continue reading

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Overtone Brewing Co. HBC 472 DH Stout (6.6%)

This is my first experience of Glasgow’s Overtone Brewing Co., and I immediately want to try more. This dry hopped Milk Stout is a big and boozy chocolate kiss. It’s rich and round and creamy, pouring an inky black with … Continue reading

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Two Dark Beers From Eight Arch Brewing

Layer Cake (6%) is a very good Black IPA that does all the things you’d expect and does them well. The aroma is dark and fruity, full of black cherries and woodland undergrowth. Taking a swig you find lots of black … Continue reading

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