Dainton Pandemic Punch. Fruity NEIPA
A Schrodinger complexity of being light & heavy at the same damn time. Fruit punch coming through like Daniel Craig encountering a wall at full pace.Much like the way we’re all looking at our house walls during this shitty shitty lockdown.
The Black Sea. Imperial Cherry Stout
Glowing red ring of hell with a firey dark cherry. The warmth of wearing a the fur of a wolf you battled in the Siberian wilderness.
It’s like waking up from a dream about being on that holiday 10 years ago that slowly fades away, the happy taste sists in the memory of the mouth. Then you either book another European jaunt or crack another can.
Ithmus Brewing. Peak Haze IPA
The land of the Long White Cloud continuous the moniker with a tremendous Hazy. The fruit eases out like it’s stepping from a limo to adoring fans. A quick wave and it’s gone, but remembered.
Kona Brewing Co. Island Colada Cream Ale
Straight to the 80s where people would essentially base themselves with fragrant oils while lying in the baking sun. Anyone who doesn’t want to immediately learn the ukulele after the first sip may be inhuman.
Hobart Brewing Co. Hops In the Rye IPA
Creamy redness, but tastes much better than that phrase would suggest. Ruby heartbeat with a flavour of the wild untamed island at the bottom of the world.
Dainton Brewery – Rye-solation. Dark Rye Blend.
Provides us all with a chance to experience the darker side of life… but leaves the hallway light on just in case.
Crisps up the shadowness and allows for an enjoyable autumn mouthful.
Blackmans Reginald IPA
Has an inner glow that is tantamount to summiting the mountain peak with an ice tipped beared and nodding toward a glowing sunset.
Mr Banks. Oatmeal Stout
Ethereal in it’s lightness of body. Wisping black mist leaving a taste of open dark skies that potentially hold otherworldly presences… watching us.
Ocean Reach Brewing- Peaches & Cream Sour.
In a race to peak sourness this one is on the podium before the others have finished running. It’s a SEAL team 6 assault on an unsuspecting palette, but once the explosion settles, the dessertyness in this comes to the fore.
112 still has the best Peaches & Cream.