I often think back to what first drew me to IPAs. Sierra Nevada Torpedo IPA and Ballast Point Big Eye. Both malty, hoppy goodness. Stone Brewing and Brew Dog bringing hops to the forefront.
A double dry hopped Saison that is over carbonated but the bubbly sensation on the tongue along with sharp bitterness bite makes this a treat in the mouth.
Sierra Nevada’s imperial version of Hazy Little Thing. A bold hoppy IPA that is less hazy but more IIPA.
Sweet, molasses like flavours with subtle bourbon notes that increase as it warms up.
A hop driven, malt forward amber ale. Full flavoured and slight bitterness on the tongue
Melon and grape flavours backed by a drying finish. Despite that it’s a soft, easy drinking beer.
Crisp and clean pale ale with sharp citrus flavours. More akin to a tropical pale ale or pacific ale
Brewery: Coal Coast Brewing Co from Thirroul, NSW Style: Common Ale ABV: 4.2% Rate Beer: No listing on Rate Beer Pour: Bright yellow colour on pour with a small white head. Clean and fresh taste. Quite smooth and coating on the tongue. Earthy flavour with no real hop bitterness. When you’re one week done in quarantine […]