Tag Archives: DIPA

Deya Brewing Co. Saturated In Nelson (8%)

This Double IPA brewed with fresh CY2020 Nelson Sauvin hops from Clayton’s of New Zealand is an absolute beauty. But then Nelson Sauvin is such a giving hop. But let’s start at the beginning. The beer pours a pale gold … Continue reading

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Pentrich Brewing Co. Dead Earth (8%)

Brewed with Simcoe, Mosaic and Falconer’s Flight (a new hop to me), this is a very good Double IPA. Very good indeed. It pours the standard cloudy peachy gold that we’ve come to expect from our big modern IPA’s and … Continue reading

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Wylam Brewery Intercitra Overdrive (8.3%)

This “All Citra DIPA” is really, really good. Wylam have balanced the Citra so well against the malting that, if not told it was all Citra, you might guess that other hops are involved. Because the danger with Citra is … Continue reading

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Dig Brew Co. Waka/Jawaka (8%)

I’m pretty certain that I know the chaps at Dig Brew, probably through Cotteridge Wines, though I can’t be absolutely sure. Know them or not, this DIPA is damned good. It’s thick and chewy, full of honey smothered pancakes, waffles … Continue reading

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Polly’s Brew Co. DDH Patternist (10%)

DDH Patternist is a Triple IPA, and a damned good one at that. Pouring as thick as paint, the smell is a soft mandarin sorbet, while the foamy head sits fuzzy in my glass. There’s a chewy, creamy malt body … Continue reading

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