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News of the brews...fresh beery goodness!

By beerrevhay, Sep 17 2016 12:54PM



Omnipollo // Beavertown // Dugges // Magic Rock & more…


Multiple new beers have hit the shelves at Beer Rev HQ - here’s the lowdown:


From our fave Bristolians, Wiper and True, we have Bread Pudding - a rich amber ale brewed in collaboration with Toast Ales using surplus bread. Brandy-soaked currants, cinnamon and vanilla are in the mix as well - emulating the classic British dessert, in liquid form!


We’ve also got Wiper’s new Citra pale ale, with bold citrus, mango & papaya flavours.


New cans from Huddersfield’s Magic Rock have landed. Inhaler is a juicy pale, perfect for quenching your Indian summer thirst. Meanwhile Rapture is a hoppy red - full bodied with aromas of grapefruit and pine, and a pithy orange flavour.


Omnipollo are back with Fantamorgana, an 8% double IPA, naturally cloudy and double dry-hopped for bags of flavour.


Their fellow Swedes Dugges are making a debut on our shelves with Tropic Sunrise - a sour fruit ale with mango, pineapple and raspberry - and Orange Haze, a US-style IPA loaded with citra, cascade and columbus hops for a sweet, citrus aroma and orangey taste.


From US stalwarts Stone we’ve got Mocha. We’ve heard great things about this beer - a double IPA with coffee and cacao - and it scores a whopping 98/100 on Ratebeer!


Morello Theory from Bristol crew Good Chemistry is back in stock - this is a rich and decadent dark ale aged on Morello cherries. Very moreish!


Fresh goods from Beavertown in the form of Lupuloid - this brand new addition to their core range is a straight-up, no messin’ IPA. Also back for a second time around is their collab with Boneyard Beer - Bloody Notorious, a blood orange Double IPA. If you missed it earlier this year, jump on the DIPA train and get some liquid sunshine in your face.


Brand new cans are in from London’s Brodies Beers. These guys were one of the original innovators and they’re not afraid to move with the times. It’s the Old Street pale ale and Jamaican Stout from them.


Finally Pressure Drop are back with a re-brew of their ENZ Southern Hemisphere IPA. 330ml of New Zealand-hopped awesomeness at 7.1%











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