A quaffable, well-balanced red ale with character. Its malty complexity and coppery color come from a combination of two caramel malts, pale malt, and a hint of maple syrup.
Deliciously hoppy ale, good citrussy bite, slight malt sweetness, and a long hoppy finish
This barley wine style ale has a luscious depth of flavour making it an ideal after dinner drink. It is made with top fermenting yeast, fresh whole hops, the richest runnings of a thick all-malt mash. Old Foghorn is dry-hopped in the classic tradition and aged until it attains the perfect balance of...
Delicious balanced ale, slightly sweet caramel notes and a long, orange-pithy hop finish
Medium-bodied pale beer with a big hop character, unfiltered to leave even more hop flavour in the beer. This results in a slightly hazy beer - perfectly natural, and not a flaw.
Darker version of the honey ale, slightly sweet, with hints of dried fruit in the finish
This is an oak aged Imperial Weizenbock . A big, bold mouthfeel backed by some powerful banana and classic weizen notes, balanced by a variety of hops from America (Simcoe) the Czech (Saaz) and the UK (Bramling Cross).
It's not a black IPA, or a porter, or a stout. It's a hoppy black ale, got it? Dark malts give a smooth chocolatey base for a Simcoe hop assault. Deliciously decadent.
A collaboration with the awesome Oskar Blues from Colorado - a big, twisted American style barley wine
This Imperial Stout is brewed with copious amounts of speciality malts, jasmine & cranberries.After fermentation Tokyo is dry-hopped with a bucketload of hops before careful ageing on French toasted oak chips.
Big IPA-style beer, with tons of juicy malt character underpinning a zesty hop profile. Yummingtons!
Brooklyn Brown uses pale, crystal, chocolate, and black malts to attain a complex creamy texture. It is more heavily hopped than its British forebears
This full bodied beer pours jet black with a pale tan head. It has abundant fresh hop aromas suggesting zesty citrus pulp and forest fruits. All complimented by a firm malty base and a deeply satisfying finish.
Halfway between an ale and a wheat beer lies this lesser-known gem. The wonderful aroma of pears and bananas follow through onto the palate, with a rich, lively, fruity finish. Can be poured clear, but you lose a lot of the flavour that way....
The wonderful Deus really needs no introduction. It takes many months to produce, made of barley, it combines the best of two different production methods. Firstly it's brewed in Belgium, then secondly, it's transported to France and "refined" using an ancestral technique, including the "riddling"...
Dark ruby in color and brewed with seven varieties of malts. Complex in finish, with hints of smoke and peat, paired with a malty richness and a right hook of hop power to give it the bad attitude that a beer named Dirty Bastard has to live up to. Apologies to Mary Whitehouse...
WORLD'S BEST BEER AWARDS 2012- WORLD'S BEST BEER, EUROPE'S BEST BELGIAN STYLE DUBBEL
Full-bodied amber ale, smooth and sweetish, with hints of orange and liquorice in the finish.
This is the premiere cuvee from Gouden Carolus - lush, full-bodied, and exceptionally good with a few years bottle age. It's also a RateBeer 100, should these things matter to you.
German style Weizen beer brewed with loads of late and dry American hops. A weizen and an IPA in the same bottle.
Denzil Vallance, Supreme Overlord of Great Heck Brewery, suggeststs upending the bottle before pouring for an authentic full-bodied drinking experience.
We asked Great Heck if they were doing a Christmas beer, and this is what they came back with. Cheeky blighters. Black Jesus is a black IPA, all liquorice and mocha, with big hoppy finish.
Lots of dark roasted, toasted flavours in this delicious black beer from Hardknott. A slight sharpness and hints of chocolate round out its character.