Monthly Archives: March 2016

Two Tribes Ltd. Island Records Session IPA (4.5%)

Much better than I expected, this little can of beer pours a sunny gold with a light fruit basket aroma. The malting is caramel and toffee, wafers and shortcake biscuits with a little white pepper heat at the edges, and … Continue reading

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Brew By Numbers 17|02 (3.8%)

A Grisette brewed with lemongrass and Wai-Iti hops, this little beer is a soft and easy drinking delight. Pouring a pale gold, the aroma is a gentle breezy hay bale and home made lemonade joy. The malting is super soft, … Continue reading

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Brew By Numbers 05|14 (6.5%)

Brew By Numbers’ fourteenth IPA recipe involves Citra and Summit hops and is a super fresh fruit salad of a beer. Pouring a slightly cloudy gold, which may or may not be to do with me not letting it rest long … Continue reading

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To Øl Totem Pale (2.2%)

This is astonishing. Only 2.2% alcohol but round and satisfying and full of flavour. You don’t even get that thinness in the finish that a lot of low ABV beers give you. Instead there’s a soft caramel and wafer malt … Continue reading

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Poppyland Brewery Norwegian Farmhouse Strong Ale (7.4%)

Those who know me well will know that I am fascinated by Norway. I love the country and the people and have even learned the language. And so I was incredibly interested in Poppyland’s Martin Warren and his tales of … Continue reading

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