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New Bristol Brewery Irish Cream Stout (7%)

This is almost brilliant. Almost. You see, it has a flaw. It begins with the lovely warm aroma of creamy coffee and whiskey, and those smells draw you down into your glass where you find lots of the same. There’s … Continue reading

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Donzoko Indie Graft (4.7%)

Only available through Independent shops, this is a wicked little Pale Ale coupling Nelson Sauvin hops with a Belgian yeast strain. Right from the off you find green grapes and gooseberries. It’s that unmistakable Nelson Sauvin thing, and I for … Continue reading

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Barrier Brewing Co. Greenroom (5.4%)

This is a gentle and subtle little Pale Ale that feels much lighter than its ABV. With its garden flower aroma and pale peach colour you would be forgiven for thinking that you were in the presence of something super … Continue reading

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Ashover Brewery Rattle (7.4%)

This might be the perfect beer for this Autumn. Pouring a conker red with a smell of toasted marshmallows and toffee, Rattle is a well hopped Imperial Red Ale with a fabulous kick. This is a sticky beer, a sexy … Continue reading

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Half A Dozen Reasons To Get To Know Mondo Brewing

Hoosier (5%), Mondo’s American Pils is dry and crisp and delightfully refreshing. You find a soft and creamy caramel body, lots of waffles and ice cream corners with a drizzle of honey on the side. There’s a warm and earthy … Continue reading

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