|Arbor Ales (Bristol)
||Large Hop Collider
||Double India Pale Ale, brewed with Citra and Mosaic hops. It has big flavours and aromas of mango, passion fruit, lychee and sweet citrus.
||Steady Rolling Man
|| A heavily hopped and aromatic pale ale, which builds from a light biscuity malt flavour into waves and layers of hoppiness.
||This is a big, roasty beast but as its been lagered it is surprisingly refreshing and completely balanced throughout.
|Kernel/Off Color (London)
||Biere De Saison Honey
||80kg of woodsage and Dungeness wildflower honey from the London Honey Company. Aged for 10 motnhs in Tuscan red wine barrels.
| Lervig (Norway)
||Packed with juicy hop flavours and dank yeast notes this is a triumph in every sense of the word. Once you have had one of these fruity dry numbers you may never look back.....
|| Superb blend of lambic and sour cherries - slightly acidic taste of red fruit complemented with subtle almond flavours - a stunning sour fruit beer from the World's masters.
||Small Nelson Sauvin Rye
|| Oats and heritage crystal replaced with rye and red rye crystal respectively, to give a spiced note from the malt. Fermented with New England Lallemand yeast and a 12 g/L dry hop of equal quantities of Nelson Sauvin, Mosaic and Citra BBC.
|Abbaye De Scourmont (Belgium)
||A beautiful example of a Trappist Belgian Tripel ale. This rich golden-coloured ale has aromas of rich dried fruit with yeasty spice notes. Big caramel fruity taste and a nice ballanced hoppy finish.
|Brooklyng Brewery (New York)
||Bel Air Sour
||Starts up with bright notes of tropical fruit yet finishes crisp and gently tart. It's a trip that's laid back, breezy, and completely refreshing.
|Hacker Pschorr (Germany)
||Munchner Kellerbier Anno 1417
|| A beer with a distinctive character: earthy, bold, quaffable and yet refreshingly mild and light. Just like a real Bavarian.