Simcoe Single Hop English Brown Ale – 3.9%
Who says an English brown ale should be dull? Keyboard Warrior takes a traditional base and then rocks it’s world with a whole heap of Simcoe creating massive grapefruit, pine and lime notes finishing with a hint of orange zest.
Very appropriate name for The Regulars.
Harper Arms Rating (5=Tribute, 1=Carling): (4 / 5)
Beavertown’s Session IPA Neck Oil pack a huge amount of flavour into a light, refreshing beer. It is crammed full of hops that are added a different times during the brew to bring out their individual flavours while reducing the bitterness. It starts out very dry to taste that is then quickly overtaken by the floral fruity notes of the hops before a dry, hoppy full-flavoured finish that makes a mockery of its low abv.
Harper Arms Rating (5=Tribute, 1=Carling): (4.5 / 5)
A selection of bottled conditioned beers from Hunters Brewery.
Pheasant Plucker, a light gold speciality ale with an aroma of spicy hops, molasses and cocoa and a rich and fruity taste.
Devon Dreamer is an Amber Bitter with an aroma of orange and fresh goldings and a zesty, refreshing and well balanced taste.
Bluebeard’s Revenge – The Ultimate Pale Ale! Really?
Harper Arms Rating (5=Tribute, 1=Carling): Not Rated. Sampling Only