Monthly Archives: April 2015

Moor Beer Co. Radiance (5.2%)

What a stunningly good beer this is. Calling itself both a Golden Ale and a Blonde, I’d err on the Blonde side as Radiance has all the crisp lightness of touch of a really good Blonde beer and none of … Continue reading

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Stewart Brewing First World Problems (6.2%)

By far the best beer I’ve had from Stewart, First World Problems is an IPA brewed with Belgian Yeast. The smell is earthy bruised apples and the beer is a lovely rich amber colour with a soft foamy head. There’s … Continue reading

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Riegele Biermanufaktur Noctus 100 (10%)

“A whole pint of Imperial Russian Stout. Ouch. Noctus 100 is delicious. It’s a big round stewed fruit beer. It’s a beer packed with prunes and damson jam, treacle tart and brandy heat, brown bread and boozy plums. It’s a … Continue reading

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Renaissance Brewing Co. Voyager IPA (6%)

This bottle was very feisty as I opened it and needed pouring in two halves, its enormous cumulonimbus of a head big enough to make getting at the beer below rather difficult. But when I did finally make it down … Continue reading

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Weird Beard Brew Co. & Hanging Bat Rye Smile (10.6%)

Rye Smile is a Rye Wine. And in keeping with all things Weird Beard, Rye Smile is a great name. I’ve not come across a Rye Wine before, thought I’m sure someone can tell me it has been done many … Continue reading

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