Returning to the typically awesome Northern Monk for today’s review with a slight difference; it’s a collaboration beer. This beer has been brewed with up and coming North East brewery Alpha Delta and together have created ‘Order of the Faith’. This is a Double Dry Hopped IPA and a twist on Northern Monk’s amazing core pale ale Faith. The beer pours an amazing golden colour … Continue reading Beer Review: Order of the Faith – Northern Monk x Alpha Delta
We’ve got something very different for today’s review because it’s not one, but two beers! I’m doing this as a double bill because in essence the two beers are the same. The selection is, of course, from Tiny Rebel and is their jam doughnut pale ale ‘Pump Up The Jam’. However, they have also released an imperial version of this beer, which in essence means … Continue reading Beer Review: Pump Up The Jam // Turn It Up To 11 – Tiny Rebel Brewing Co.
Heading for the ultimate throwback today with a beer that’s very similar, you could say, to the very first beer I did a review on! This is Clwb Tropica by Tiny Rebel with a slight twist; it’s non-alcoholic. You did read that correctly. Some say that Non-Alc beer is not really beer and I would be lying if I said this wasn’t the beer I … Continue reading Beer Review: Clwb Tropica NA – Tiny Rebel Brewing Co.
Today’s beer is from Glasgow based Drygate Brewing Company. I have had one of their beers previously, their Disco Forklift Truck Mango IPA, and from what I recall it was quite good. Found this in the supermarket with what I think is some new artwork and branding. This beer is also from their core range and is Crossing the Rubicon IPA coming in at a … Continue reading Beer Review: Crossing the Rubicon – Drygate Brewing Co.
Another one of the funkier beers from the Tiny Rebel haul and I believe the first porter I’ve reviewed. Porters are my guilty pleasure I think, and I feel breweries often get quite creative with the types and flavours of porters they release. This one is Tiny Rebel’s ‘Stay Puft’ marshmallow porter. One of their core beers now as far as I’m aware and one … Continue reading Beer Review: Stay Puft – Tiny Rebel Brewing Co.
Been away for the last couple of days so apologies for no reviews! Returning to a favourite today with Northern Monk with a beer that immediately peaked my interest. This is their Neapolitan ice cream pale ale. Yes, you did read that correctly! I saw it in the super market a couple weeks back and didn’t pick it up, it hadn’t been restocked for a … Continue reading Beer Review: Neapolitan – Northern Monk
A fresh brewery today in the form of Vocation, an outfit from Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire. I’d heard some really good things about this brewery so picked this up instantly when I saw it the supermarket. This is part of Vocation’s core range and is Life & Death a rather strong 6.5% IPA. Visually the beer has a fantastic golden haze to it. Now the the … Continue reading Beer Review: Life & Death – Vocation Brewery
Today’s beer is a Tiny Rebel collaboration with another Welsh brewery; Polly’s Brew Co. I’ve never had a Polly’s beer before but knowing Tiny Rebel I imagined it can only be good. I really like collaborations. It exposes you to new breweries and the beers tend to be really interesting as you get characteristics from both breweries imparted into the idea and importantly the flavour. … Continue reading Beer Review: Pineapple Express – Tiny Rebel x Polly’s Brew Co.
Today I return to a pale ale, which, come to think of it I have not had in a fair while. I think IPAs are the most popular style at the moment but I do love a good pale ale. Another of the Tiny Rebel haul this is their ‘Easy Livin” 4.3% ABV session pale ale! Visually, the beer had me excited immediately. Lovely and … Continue reading Beer Review: Easy Livin’ – Tiny Rebel Brewing Co.
We are going old school today with a beer my Dad used to drink in his youth! This beer is from one of Britain’s oldest brewers and industry giants Marston’s. Pedigree has been part of their staple range for decades at this point and is a bottle conditioned amber ale. Not something I’d pick up myself usually but I was having a chat with Dad … Continue reading Beer Review: Pedigree – Marston’s