This is a blend of medium cider and Perry. It is a golden coloured blend with a very strong honey aroma. The taste has a medium cider flavour with a distinct overlaying sweetness of honey-pear, presumably from the Perry component. It does have a higher alcohol content at 7.5%.
This is one of a number of cider based drinks on offer from Lilley’s Cider, Frome Somerset.
Woodforde’s Brewery – Norfolk Wherry Amber Ale 3.8%
This is an Amber coloured ale with a malty sweet aroma with notes of prunes. It a sweet malt taste, with a good balanced English ale hop bitterness.
Norfolk Wherry is a good traditional English bitter ale style. It is brewed by Woodforde’s Brewery in Woodbastwick near Norwich in Norfolk, on the edge of the Norfolk Broads. This is an award winning ale and is a very good choice for a traditional English bitter style ale.
Well yes it’s another IPA. This ale has a pale golden colour, with a haze served from the can. The aroma is the typical resinous, citrus, with perhaps a hint of passion fruit. It’s taste begins with a sweetness of tropical fruit leading on to a lighter bitterness.
This ale from Siren Craft Brewing has avoided the heavy grapefruit taste of most IPA/APA brews based on the usual selection of American hops. The result is a more drinkable ale with a good balance of sweetness and bitter notes, with hints of tropical fruit.
This craft brewery is based in Finchampstead, Wokingham in Berkshire and produces a very wide range of beers.
This ale has a golden coloured ale, with the now usual expected aromas of resinous hops and citrus grapefruit. The taste is again as expected, grapefruit bitterness but in this case moderated a little by malt sweetness.
This is a typical offering from Brewdog with the usual grapefruit citrus bitterness typical of the use of American hops and the “Craft Brewing Brigade”.
This pale ale is a glowing orange-golden colour and has a citrus hop aroma. The taste is a lighter hop citrus bitterness, with background tropical fruit notes and a malt sweetness.
This pale ale comes from Round Corner Brewing based in the home of pork pies – Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire. Steeplechase Pale Ale is brewed with English, American and New Zealand hops. It is an ale between the traditional English Pale Ale style and an American Pale Ale, minimizing the citrus bitterness of the latter style.