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Little Monster Brewing Co. Yul (4.6%)



East Grinstead, a part of the map not many people visit. A part of the London suburbs that once upon a time, back in the very early seventies, saw some hippies I know wander in through the front door of … Continue reading

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Solvay Society 8:20 (4.8%)

Brewed in collaboration with Wilderness, this Tropical Stout has all sorts of things going on that you’ll find both interesting and drinkable. The beer pours a proper Stouty ruby red brown with a little frothy head, but the aroma is … Continue reading

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Verdant Brewing Co. Unnecessary Sockets (5.2%)

Brewed with Ekuanot, Bru-1, Meridian and Mosaic, there’s a rather nice metallic Basil flavour underpinning all the other hoppy goodness here. It adds a steely dryness to the melon balls and lemon bonbons, marmalade, lettuce, papaya and, slightly oddly, ginseng … Continue reading

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Beatnikz Republic Canadian Riot (6%)

I really really wanted this to be brilliant. After all, a Maple and Bourbon Stout sounds fabulous. But there’s a great big watery space where the heart of the beer ought to be. The malting is sticky with toffee and … 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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