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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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A Brace Of Beauities From Ashover Brewery

Zoo (5.5%) is a Pale brewed with Mosaic and Citra, and it’s a well made beer, and definitely and interesting introduction to this brewery. There’s a solid Rich Tea biscuit, pancake, honey and caramel malt, and even a little hint … Continue reading

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Wooha!: Craft Brewing In Speyside

Wooha Brewery have been making beer for five years now, but I have only just come across them. Whether this is because they have slowly moved their beer to a wider audience or I’ve bee looking in the wrong direction, … Continue reading

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A Couple Of Beauties From Bad Seed Brewery

Glow Stick Warrior (4%) Crisp and clean and ever so drinkable, Glow Stick Warrior is more of a super Pale Ale than a Session IPA. The beer pours a bright sunny gold and smells of lemonade and Weetabix, and then … Continue reading

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Poppyland Brewery: The King Is Dead, Long Live The King

From the moment I first came into contact with Cromer’s Poppyland Brewery, on holiday in North Norfolk, I fell in love. Martin, the brewer, owner, main man, had been the curator of Cromer Museum and the host of many North … Continue reading

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