Tag Archives: Sweet

Crack of Dawn

My first foray into London’s the Late Knights Brewery, Crack of Dawn offers a “fresh hoppy hello in your gob with a polite bitterness at the end”, which – if I’m honest – makes me think of walki...

Unicorn

I ain’t no crazy bitch but anything with a Goddamn unicorn on it must be a wonderfully magical thing (even if the label does depict a crazy, old, deranged unicorn). A Robinsons Brew’ry fabrication To pour the head is, and I ...

Goose Island IPA

In the interests of fairness and full exposure, after a few comments, it seems as though we had an unfortunate bottle of Goose Island IPA – that, or we have no taste whatsoever. As such, we will be getting our hands on anoth...

Wychcraft

Wychwood (the maker of Hobgoblin and its regal cousin King Goblin) are “Brewers of Character” and one of those breweries that have a little place in my heart. I like the approach they have to their beer and the way the...

The Honey Beer

Hiver Beers is a little bit special. The whole brewery is based on bees’ talent and the reintroduction of traditional English style honey beer. Made from honey from both urban and rural bees, The Honey Beer (5%) is long matured an...

Santa’s Claws

Quick Overview A deep reddish-brown Christmas ale with an array of warming aromas. Santa’s Claws has hints of berries and treacle are met with a variety of flavours, namely winter spices and toffee. A fantastic wintery drink...

Poacher’s Choice

Quick Overview An ale that bursts of sweet spiciness, creating an instantly recognisable flavour. It sports a deeply dark ruby appearance and carries a potent fruity aroma with tones of liquorice. Incredibly sweet and fruity with ...

Ghost Ship

Quick Overview A light pale ale with a sweet citrus aroma consisting of lemon and lime and hints of elderflower. Golden in colour and refreshingly crisp, it provides a prevalent maltyness and washes down with a satisfyingly spicy ...

SA Gold

Quick Overview SA Gold is an inoffensive ale. It’s a light golden colour and is very reminiscent of the general Lagers you can get on tap. It’s carbonated and slightly zesty with the typical ale bitterness as an aftert...