Wild Weather Ales – Thirty Lives


Thirty Lives takes full bodied fruit flavors and translates them into a tantalizing tropical tongue experience. Starting with mango’s and honeydew melon on the nose and leading into a rich mouthfeel with an explosion of pink grapefruit and white grape. A summer behemoth!!

Mosaic & Huell Melon American Wheat – 4.4%

Harper Arms Rating (5=Tribute, 1=Carling): (4 / 5)

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3 thoughts on “Wild Weather Ales – Thirty Lives”

  1. This is one of those beers that really stands out on your tongue when you drink it. It has a very pleasant and sharp taste that instantly lights up your flavour centres. It’s not the most sophisticated or refined of beers but it is one you will carry on drinking once you start – put it this way, if you started with a pint of this and the option was to have another or choose a different one then you would almost certainly just say, “fuck it. I’ll have another”.

    Perfect on a summer’s day (which is actually what it was when we tasted it!)

  2. More sour than fruity but not as sour as the infamous “Peach of a Weekend“.

    An enjoyable drink that seems stronger than 4.4%

    BTW – Why do Wild Weather always have Peach of a Weekend available on draft. I’m sure they will claim that its because its popular but I suspect that the real reason is that nobody ever drinks it:-)

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