Monthly Archives: June 2016

BrewDog Abstrakt AB:19 (13.1%)

AB:19 is a blend of two Imperial Saisons, one black and one red, which has then been aged in rum barrels, and it smells fabulous, all warm boozy plums and just a hint of sharp clean gin. Taking a swig … Continue reading

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Allendale Brewery Pennine Pale (4%)

Starting with a big glob of honey, this little Pale Ale would make for an excellent easy drinking session in the pub. The beer pours a bright gold and smells of straw and honey, and after the initial honey hit … Continue reading

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Poppyland Brewery Je Suis Bruxellois (6%)

More beery magic from Martin (@poppylandbeer) at Poppyland, this time it’s double fermented and aged on a must of roasted Jerusalem Artichokes as an homage to freedom of expression after the terrible events in Brussels a short while ago. Only … Continue reading

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Brighton Bier Pale Ale (4%)

Unfortunately there’s a bit of a lemon washing up liquid tinge to both the smell and flavour of this beer. And it’s a presence that grows as you drink, getting progressively more sickly as you work your way down the … Continue reading

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Beer52’s Danish Discovery

A week or so ago I had a conversation with the gang at Beer52 (@Beer52HQ) as I was interested in how they had launched their subscription club magazine, Ferment, as a glossy that you can buy in newsagents. It’s a fine … Continue reading

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