British ale malt, continental lager malt, German Noble hops and pure Highland water combine to provide a crisp refreshing Pilsner-style beer.
A rich, rewarding hoppy beer that takes its inspiration from the pale beers of France, Belgium & Germany. A great beer with food or on its own.
Scottish ale, a fruity, refreshing take on the classic Scottish style, dark ruby in colour with a gentle roast malt character and rewarding, fruity hop flavours.
5am Saint is The Holy Grail of red ales. Once this ruby liquid forms a foamy halo around your glass, you will never want to look back.
Designed to be aged, collected and savoured, this is the latest release from Brewdogs sparsely released Abstrakt range. As Brewdog themselves say, the Abstrakt range is "more art than beer".
Number 10 in the Abstrakt series is an imperial brown ale aged in sherry casks. It''''s a bit of a corker, this one, by all accounts.
A Russian Imperial Stout, infused with coffee and aged on cacao nibs, vanilla pods and toasted oak chips
A very loud, very hop driven beer, this imaginatively named creation packs a big hoppy punch. It's all about the hops, and the blend of three (Simcoe, Citra and HBC) ensure that there's enough depth of flavour to keep you interested.
This explicit ale has more hops and bitterness than any other beer brewed in the UK. Hopped to hell, then dry-hopped to hell too!
IPA is dead showcases 4 hop varieties from 4 different continents. The result is 4 radically different single hop IPAs. This year's hops are: Goldings (UK), Waimea (New Zealand), HBC (USA), and Motueka (New Zealand)
A big, very bitter IPA featuring zippy citrus flavours from Centennial and Columbus hop varieties.
This heavy weight of the beer world is strikingly delicate with a white gold appearance. The light fruity aroma dominates the initial confrontation; lychee, kiwi and passionfruit all prevail with subtle nuances of cherry and strawberry.
BrewDog'''' newly reformulated flagship beer - tons more aroma and a smidge less bitterness makes this a perfect IPA. The can "locks in freshness", we are led to believe. Or is that Carling?
The name of this uber-imperial stout originates from the amount of time it spent exposed to extreme cold. This beer was initially double barrel aged for 14 months; maturing in the deep, rich oak of Scottish whisky casks. After this epic maturation the beer was then frozen, then frozen again, then...
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.
This true golden ale starts with stunning citrus hops on the nose. Well balanced with good body and fruit balancing a refreshing hoppy taste, it finished with a long bittersweet aftertaste.
Full-bodied, bittersweet ale with a good dry hop finish. In the style of a Heavy although the malt is less pronounced and the sweetness ebbs away to leave a bitter, hoppy finish.
A warming, deep amber ale with a crisp hop flavour and plenty of malt character. A refreshing beer to clear the palate.
This golden ale has a smooth start that leads to deep, dry citrus flavours which mellow to a lingering citrus, bitter finish.
SIBA 2013 CHAMPION BEST BITTER- SILVER
Fruity pale golden ale, soft and bursting with citrus and mango.