Review #135 – To Øl Sur Cedar 85/100 For those of you who are unfamiliar with this brewery, To Øl are a Danish based brewing company who don’t actually own their own brewery except for the one at their brewpub which produces beer almost exclusively for the pub alone; all of their beer for the… Continue reading #135 To Øl Sur Cedar – Sour Mashed IPA with citra hops and matured with cedar chips
Review #134 – Siren Craft Brew Old Fashioned 88/100 An 11% barley wine, brewed with orange zest and aged in bourbon barrels for 12 months, what’s not to love? This is one of the best expressions to come from Siren, a bold statement considering the brewery consistently produces amazing beer that is never boring and… Continue reading #134 Siren Craft Brew Old Fashioned – A modern tribute to one of the world’s oldest cocktails
Review #132 – Sierra Nevada Tropical Torpedo 80/100 The Torpedo from Sierra Nevada has always been a favourite of mine, it was one of my go-to double IPAs back in the UK, it was readily available from supermarkets and bottle shops, and at the time one of the best American IPAs I could get my… Continue reading #132 Sierra Nevada Tropical Torpedo
Review #131 – Two Metre Tall Cleansing Ale (Aged) 96/100 Not only has this been the best Australian beer I have tasted, it’s also the best beer I have had in a long time. This beer really stood out from the rest of the Australian beers I have tried; in fact I wouldn’t have had… Continue reading #131 Two Metre Tall Cleansing Ale (Aged) – The best Australian beer I’ve ever tasted!
Review #130 – 8 Wired Palate Trip Sour IPA 85/100 I am going through a phase where sour IPAs are my first choice when they’re available in the local pub or bottle shop, maybe it’s the weather, maybe it’s because it’s a fairly new style that hasn’t been overproduced, but most likely it’s because when… Continue reading #130 8-Wired Palate Trip Sour IPA – A perfect pour for a quiet Sunday in the local
Review #129 – 8 Wired Hopwired New Zealand IPA 82/100 I first became accustomed to 8 Wired brewery back in the UK when I picked up a bottle of their Hippy Berliner which proved to be a perfect example of a dry hopped Berliner albeit with a higher strength than the typical Berliner Weiss style,… Continue reading #129 8-Wired Hopwired New Zealand IPA
Review #128 – Feral Brewing Co. War Hog American IPA 78/100 For the past year and a half I have been living in Australia and if there is one thing they like to do over here it’s purchasing things that are made in Australia. The vast majority of beer that I’ve been consuming has been… Continue reading #128 Feral Brewing Co. War Hog American IPA – Powerful hop bitterness but lacking in complexity