Tag Archives: Fruit beer

Firestone Walker Brewing Co. Feral Vinifera (9.8%)

This is my first experience of Firestone Walker’s Barrelworks beer and it has blown me away. A blend of beer aged in French Oak and American Oak casks, and fermented with a range of locally grown wine grapes, this is … Continue reading

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Sheffield Indie Beer Feast, or Do You Have An Inbuilt Homing Device?

I’d like to tell you a story. A story that starts well, though I’ve no idea how it finishes. You see, I was kindly invited to attend this year’s Sheffield Indie Beer Feast last Friday and after last year’s event … Continue reading

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Tiny Rebel Brewing Co. Peaches & Cream (5.5%)

You know how fuzzy peaches can be? So fuzzy that sometimes it feels as though you can smell the fuzz, that it’s just so very peachy and juicy you can’t help but take a big bite? That’s this beer. The … Continue reading

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Campervan Brewery Wandering #4 The Hoppy Botanist (3.8%)

This is a gentle little Pale Ale brewed with rhubarb, vanilla pods and lactose. It balances its soft malts, all waffles and doughnuts, honey and caramel, with its sharp herbal hops, giving you lemon zest and thyme, apricots and basil, … Continue reading

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Two Tribes Brewing Blackout (6.2%)

Don’t be put off by the can telling you that this is a, “Sour IPA,” as I initially was. The only sourness, and it’s more a light tartness really, comes in the form of the extremely fresh and meaty blueberries … Continue reading

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