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Ahh. You can't beat that first sip of a beer you know you can trust.
I'm yet to find another beer I like this much.
Has a slight twang, something special about it. It's drinks like this that made me fall in love with pale ales.
I know stouts are traditionally a winter beer, but I couldn't put this down, or stand up afterwards.
If you like sweet fruit infused beers and especially if you like tangerines, hopefully you'll enjoy this one as much as I did.
No, I’m not talking about Jesus (he’s busy). Usually, when I return somewhere it’s to apologise for the first time.
Once opened, it gives off a sweet banana smell, one that takes me down memory lane.
A light, juicy IPA bursting with exotic fruit flavours. It pours to a light-yellow hazy colour, with a short foamy head.
It’s fresh, zesty, has a mild citrus taste, not too over powering. Perfect for summer drinking.
Ahh lockdown. Nothing like a worldwide pandemic to make people take up new hobbies.
After a heavy night previous, and an afternoon of slaving away over a hot BBQ I needed a pick me up, enter "Disco Forklift Truck"
I would definitely have this beer again, but the only negative point I have is that it’s not a memorable beer.
Once I pulled this funky over-sized ring pull I got a strong smell of pineapple, citrus and tropical fruits.
If you're after a refreshing session pale ale but still kicks you in the teeth with its flavour, give this a try!
The smell of some zesty citrus notes comes through, paired with a malt and light hoppy finish.
Orange blossom honey aroma. Nobody but a green fingered pillock is going to know what that is.
This delicious wheat beer, with its strong wheat taste and (predominantly orange) citrusy flavour, immediately reminds of an easy-drinking craft beer.
On Facebook, we held a 'which beer to review' poll and the resounding winner was Elvis Juice.
Grab a couple because you won't be disappointed.
This beer is like Gotye - does one thing well, but doesn't bother doing anything else.
A rollercoaster beer.
This Bitter Iron IPA is 5.4%, just out of realms of a session beer, but it tastes like one.
No stand out flavours, just watery fizzy beer, but no complaints from me.
It takes you on a taste journey which you could compare to a commute.
It sits on your tongue like an undesirable whose just tarmac‘d your driveway.
On the can it states 'character this strong will always split opinion', and they are not wrong.
Wish this Captain would go down with the ship.
This beer has been staring at me every time I open my fridge, intimidating me, mocking me.