Beavertown – Neck Oil Session IPA

Beavertown-Neck OilBeavertown’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)

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2 thoughts on “Beavertown – Neck Oil Session IPA”

  1. Craft beer in a can? What is the world coming to. I remember when beer was only available from pubs.

    However, it turns out that the can did not impact the taste at all and cans are very convenient especially with the summer festival season coming up.

    So I’m fine in principle with cans but I do have a big issue with the size. Beer is meant to be drunk in quantity not in tiny little coke size cans. This has got to stop. If I wanted a short drink I’d grab a g&t.

    Where will it end

    BTW. The beer is great!

  2. Straight out of the gate a winner, a great beer from Beavertown. It would’ve scored higher but for the ridiculous size of the can. Beer cans are great for the beer but bottles are what beer/ ale traditionally comes in and so it’s hard to adjust. BUT… beer cans are 440ml not 330ml, it’s a stupid shitty idea that we at the Harper Arms don’y like.
    I look forward to trying more from Beavertown, hopefully in fewer cans.

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