Monthly Archives: June 2020

Attic Brew Co. Helles On Earth (5.1%)

In a nutshell, this is a damned fine take on a Munich Helles. But that’s not enough so I’ll tell you that it pours a bright gold with a fuzzy little head and an aroma packed with meadow flowers and … Continue reading

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Lost Industry Brewing A Simple Life (5%)

Brewed for Sheffield Beer week, this is a fine example of what Lost Industry are exceptionally good at, brewing beer with freshly bought or foraged ingredients. This then, is a Carrot and Beetroot Gose that pours a delightful pink and … Continue reading

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Amundsen Bryggeri Dessert In A Can Mango, Chocolate Creamsicle (10.5%)

I’ve not had one of Amundsen’s Desserts In A Can for ages, and opening this and taking a swig has made me wonder why I’ve not been the first in the queue for every iteration. I’m not entirely sure how … Continue reading

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Lost Industry Brewing Matching Mullets (6.1%)

Matching Mullets is a Red IPA and it’s every bit as good as I have come to expect from the Lost Industry gang. It pours a conker red and smells of maple syrup and toffee, and taking a swig you … Continue reading

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Verdant Brewing Co. The Strongest Of The Strange (5.2%)

Melons to the Nth degree. Which in itself is a great name for a beer.
The Strongest Of The Strange is a cloudy Pale Ale that has a massive Gala and Watermelon flavour running throughout.
And I’m not sure how. The hops … Continue reading

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