Beer Review: Hemisphere – Fourpure Brewing Co.

Very last of the back log so need to get back to drinking some new beers soon! Thankfully I’ve got a couple days off work to get cracking with that task! So another short review today with a beer I had kicking about for quite a while. This is Fourpure’s core session IPA ‘Hemisphere’ coming in at 4.2% ABV.

A fairly clear light gold colour with a white head. On the nose there is a citrus medley but with some herbaceous notes mixed in there as well. It is a very light drinkable beer. It has a smooth bitter finish from the hops that is not overpowering. Nice citrus flavour and certainly lives up to being a sessionable brew.

A quick note on the can art: Another stunning piece of art work. The hot air balloons really match up with the light floaty feeling of the beer. Not sure I’ve seen a bad can from them yet!

Apologies for another short one today as I’ve been at work a lot. This is a really lovely beer and obvious why it is part of Fourpure’s core range. Very drinkable with good flavour, you’d be happy finding this on tap in a pub. After having a few of their funkier beers this was a nice, welcome break to normality and proof they do the standard stuff well. I’ve got a slightly different style of post cooking up soon so please keep an eye out for that!

Score: 7.5/10

Thanks for reading! Cheers!

Additional Information:

  • Hops: Not Available
  • Malt: Not Available
  • IBU: 33
  • ABV: 4.2%
  • Gluten Free: No
  • Vegan: Yes!
  • Purchase Price: £2 (2 for £4)
  • Purchase Location: Co-op


2 thoughts on “Beer Review: Hemisphere – Fourpure Brewing Co.

  1. Bought my dad a box of these for his birthday but never actually had one (Covid means I haven’t been able to catch up with him for a beer in a while). Glad they are good, otherwise that would have been a rubbish present.

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