Monthly Archives: April 2014

London Fields Brewery Unfiltered Lager (4.1%)

What a lovely, crisp little bottle of Lager this is. It’s a pale straw beer with an enormous fluffy cloud for a head and a smell that’s spicy fruit and flowers in wooden crates. There’s a freshly baked ice cream … Continue reading

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Williams Bros. Brewing Co. & Brooklyn Brewery A Wee Bit (4.8%)

I really wanted this to be good, and it kind of starts off OK, smelling very rich and smoky. Mind you, that’s about it for the smell. A not quite real smokiness. As you take a swig you get a … Continue reading

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Scottish Borders Brewery Foxy Blonde (3.8%)

I have to admit to not being very positive about this beer when I took it from my fridge. I wasn’t, and am still not, convinced about the name (and can’t help wondering if once upon a time it had … Continue reading

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Compass Brewery Isis Pale (4.9%)

So this is supposed to be, “An exploration in flavour.” That’s an interesting statement for a beer with very little to explore. As it goes, Isis Pale is drinkable. It’s beer after all. There’s next to no aroma save for … Continue reading

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The Bollington Brewing Co. Long Hop (3.9%)

After my initial mouthful of this I thought, “Oh, yet another drinkable but uninspiring beer.” Then I tool another swig and the hops began to take hold, and you know something? By the third gulp I’d decided that this is … Continue reading

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