Yeah you read that right. 1.2%. It kinda looks like beer and kinda tastes like beer. But is really more just flavoured fizzy water. No hop flavour despite the being an “IPA”.
Marketing is a wonderful thing. I’ve spent the best part of the decade 2010s working in some aspect of digital marketing. I mention this because it was a marketing campaign that got me onto the Craft Cartel Beer Club Subscription. They were running their $1 promo which saw you get a box of 8 unique […]
Pretty clear for a supposed hazy beer. But I could look past that as the fruit flavours wafted out of the can on pour. It smelled delicious
My first trip to Australia’s most southern state as apart of my birthday celebration meant a chance to visit some of Hobart’s growing brewery scene. Given the trip I knew of two I had to visit and given basically a day to be driven around, quickly found a couple more to drop in on as well.
Dainton love a fruit in a beer don’t they? This session NEIPA is a mango session ale that has big mango and stone fruit flavours
What I love about brewery taprooms in America compared to Australia, is they are full on brewpubs with plenty of sitting, a sports bar or music club feel and huge kitchens with a great variety of share plates or main meals.
Not often I say this about Sierra Nevada but this one is a bit subpar.
Big fruity nose. Sweet taste of tangerine and mandarin. Crisp and clean beer.