So the idea of a XPA (extra pale ale) is that it’s more than a pale ale but not quite an IPA. So why is this a XPA but comes in at a session ale ABV?
A Brut style lager with passion fruit and Pinot Gris, this is super sweet and super dry. This is one of the first brut beers that instantly reminds me of white wine.
Brewery: Yeastie Boys in Wellington, New Zealand Style: Peat Smoked Golden Strong Ale ABV: 7% IBUs: 35 Rate Beer: 49/100 Pour: Deep urine yellow colour with no head First smell is a smoky scent reminiscent of a barrel aged whisky. That burnt wood also comes in the flavour of the beer pushing the usual thought of […]
Brewery: Yeastie Boys from Wellington, New Zealand via Brookvale NSW Style: Session IPA ABV: 4.4% IBUs: 25 Rate Beer: 85/100 Pour: Washed out golden colour with no head to speak of. Crisp and refreshing. More of a citrus hit than a hop flavour. Similar to a pacific Ale in this scribes uneducated opinion. Like a good session beer it goes down easier […]