This is a golden coloured ale with an aroma of fresh green hops and resin notes. It has a strong hopped bitterness, with green wood notes, running through to the aftertaste.
This IPA is not as strong as some and its well hopped bitterness avoids excessive citrus notes. It is described by the brewery as a session IPA. This is a stable mate of the excellent lager from Brooklyn.
This is a strong ale from the home of Old Speckled Hen. It is chestnut coloured with a strong rich aroma of malts. It has a good balance of rich and strong malty sweetness and hop bitterness, of a good English ale, albeit a strong ale.
This is a good strong ale, without the bitter sweet liquorice taste found in some darker strong ales. Morland Ales are now owned and brewed by Greene King.
This is a lighter chestnut coloured ale with a strong hop and citrus and tropical fruit aroma. The taste has a very smooth sweet start, created by it’s high strength, rapidly followed by an aromatic strong hop bitterness, with a long hop aftertaste.The smooth sweet taste comes from the high strength at 7.2% putting it in the barley wine category but with the high hop content of a typical IPA.It is brewed with 100% Simcoe hopsBrewdog
This is a chestnut coloured ale, with a good malty aroma with toffee notes. It’s taste has a mixed hop and malt start, leading to a hop bitter finish. This is a Yorkshire ale brewed in Masham, in the brewery founded by Paul Theakston, also home to his family competitor brewery producing Theakston’s – Old Peculiar.
Black Sheep is a popular Brewer in Yorkshire pubs, with its range led by Black Sheep Ale.