Tag Archives: Fruit beer

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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Half A Dozen Reasons To Like Two Tribes Brewing

NEIPA (5.9%) A collaboration with Australia’s Big Shed Brewing, this lovely little beer uses a dank London Yeast strain, Australian Cascade, Ella and Topaz hops, and some lovely English malts. There’s a soft sweet caramel, honey and shortbread biscuit malt … Continue reading

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Amundsen Brewery Pillars Of Light (7.5%)

Amundsen’s Lemon Milkshake IPA begins a thing of tart citrus goodness. The malting is shortcake biscuits, brown sugar and Lemon Puffs (remember them? I want some now), and the hops add fizzy sherbet and pithy green herbal leafy zap, while … Continue reading

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Fourpure Daintree (6%)

Yet another interesting beer to find on a supermarket shelf, Daintree is a Mango Smoothie IPA brewed in collaboration with Tiny Rebel. More importantly it’s a really good example of this style of IPA. There’s a solid sweet and sticky … Continue reading

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Fyne Ales Beer/Life Balance (4%)

This is a soft and subtle little Grisette brewed with oranges and lemons that give it a delightfully zingy aroma and a splash of juiciness in the finish. Around it the malts are creamy biscuits, a dab of honey and … Continue reading

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