Mallinson's of Huddersfield have carved a niche out for themselves making mostly pale, mostly hoppy beers
One might think that with such a humble blueprint, they were on a hiding to nothing, but actually the reverse is true. Mallinson's rarely disappoint, and in fact a lot of the time, especially with their celebrated single hop series, produce beers of wonderful depth and character.
The beer formerly known as Stella, due its liberal use of Stella hops. ABInBev objected to the use of the word Stella as an infringement of its Intellectual Property. Whatever. It's a great beer, pale, briskly hoppy, and superbly drinkable.
Part of their single hop series - pale, fruity and typically quaffable
This beer possesses a fruity citrus hop nose, bitter grapefruite citrus flavours in the mouth with a long citrusy bitter hop finish. In a word, citrusy! Brewed with lots of Nelson Sauvin hops for aroma.
One of Mallinson's deservedly revered single hop series - spicy, floral Centennial hops dominate here
A deep dark colour with a dark cream head, dark chocolate, fruit and roast malt aroma and taste, finish slightly dry. Bottle conditioned.
A very pale ale, brewed using Citra hops. Amazing grapefruit and light mango nose, bitter hoppy citrus taste, with a bitter grapefruit and light passion fruit finish
Mallinson's signature single hop beer showcases the sweetly herbal delights of the Columbus hop.
Superb pale golden ale, made luscious and fruity with the liberal addition of Nelson Sauvin hops
Bottle-conditioned - the first of their Session Pale Ales showcasing three different hops, this time it is Motueka, Galaxy & Centennial. A pale ale with a fresh hoppy aroma, medium bitterness & citrus notes, and good hoppy finish.