Tag Archives: American Craft

Avery Brewing Co. India Pale Ale (6.5%)

This is quite extraordinary and, if this s what cans can do for beer, I could easily be converted. Opening Avery’s IPA I was assaulted, yes assaulted by the most intense tangerine and sherbet blast, and as I poured I … Continue reading

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Maui Brewing Co. Bikini Blonde Lager (5.1%)

Not a bad lager at all, though I’d argue I get a metallic can twang up my nose as I take a sniff. A golden bright lager, Bikini Blonde smells (apart from the aforementioned tinny thing) of spicy caramel and … Continue reading

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Stone Brewing Levitation Ale (4.4%)

Levitation is the colour of a hard working cowboy’s saddlebag, deep red leather with a thunderhead of foam. As I opened the bottle I was hit by the smell of chewy sweets in the Great American Pines, lots of dark … Continue reading

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Old Dominion Brewing Co. Hop Mountain Pale Ale (6.6%)

Hello American bottling. Having cracked this open with a bottle opener I find that Dominion’s beers have twist caps. Hop Mountain is, I guess we can safely say, what has become a classic American Pale Ale. For a start it’s … Continue reading

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The Fordham Brewing Co. Are On Their Way

The Fordham Brewing Company are based in Delaware and have been making beer since 1995. This year sees them begin to import into the UK with the launch of a UK specific website and three of their main beers becoming … Continue reading

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