Tag Archives: DIPA

Cloudwater Brew Co. Barry From Finance (8%)

In a word, yuck. This murky pale peach coloured Sour Double IPA is too thick, too heavy, and the soreness comes on as a light biliousness, sick in your mouth aftertaste. Sure there’s some decent enough passion fruit and orange … Continue reading

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Wylam Brewing Co. Is There Music In Your Dreams? (8.2%)

This is a fabulous DIPA brewed in collaboration with Other Half. As well as loving the beer, which is a soupy cloudy light sandy colour with a smell heavy with apricots and rhubarb and custard sweets, a beer with a … Continue reading

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Gipsy Hill Brewing Co. Trekker (8.2%)

Trekker is a Double IPA that’s heavy with tangy orange marmalade, and that’s something that makes me very happy indeed. It’s a bright golden beer with a little fuzzy head and an aroma full of peach and mango. The malting … Continue reading

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Wylam Brewery Verdieping Nil (8%)

Another day another cloudy Double IPA. This one has been brewed in collaboration with Verdant and it’s a lovely example of the style with its creamy golden body and fresh fruit salad aroma leading you down into its deep murky … Continue reading

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Verdant Brewing Co. Don’t Tell Gus (8%)

For me the London Ale yeast is the star here. Yes there’s a lovely chewy banana bread, brown sugar, toffee and waffle malt, and yes there’s a great big whack of hops in the shape of Citra, Mosaic and Enigma … Continue reading

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