Monthly Archives: May 2019

How Do I Love Thee, Let Me Count The Ways*

Named, I would guess, after Elizabeth Barrett Browning, a Victorian Poet from County Durham, Sonnet 43 or S43 (as they call themselves on their cans) seem to have appeared from nowhere with a clutch of brews that caught my eye … Continue reading

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Westerham Brewery Nova Anglia (5.9%)

Brewed in collaboration with Fuller’s former Head Brewer, John Keeling, this is a rather good and very drinkable IPA. It isn’t really, as the can states, a New England IPA, in that Westerham’s house yeast has been used which, though … Continue reading

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Eight Arch Brewing Co. Pendulum (4.8%)

Pendulum is a Pale Ale hopped solely with Citra and it does all the things you might want it to. There’s a soft doughnut and honey, caramel malt body, warm and round and sweet. The aroma is rich sweet lemon … Continue reading

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Verdant Brewing Co. Five AM (8%)

Five AM is a DIPA brewed in collaboration with Collective Arts Brewing and named after an Allen Ginsberg poem. It’s a great big cloudy soup of a beer that stinks of sweet shop penny chews, foam shrimps and bananas, pineapple … Continue reading

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Partizan Brewing Co. White Noise (4.3%)

Brewed with Vague and Pilgrim, this White IPA is soft and creamy with a fuzzy white head and a pale straw coloured body. The aroma is melon and strawberry and the beer gives you a body that’s round, creamy and … Continue reading

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