Tiny Rebel - Cwtch

The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Tiny Rebel's Cwtch

October 03, 2019

For a red ale I was expecting too much of a malty or bitter side for my liking, but it was actually a very smooth and gentle taste. There's certainly a light bitterness and soft malty background to the drink, but the strong hoppy and fruity punch to it is really enjoyable.

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Port Brewing Co - Summer Pale Ale

The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Port Brewing Co's Summer Pale Ale

October 03, 2019

The initial smell that came out was very light and airy with feint citrusy tones and a bit of hoppy juicyness. Then the taste...more of the same to be honest, but a real hoppy hit with that sour citrus background until the end.

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Neon Raptor - Chasing Cheetahs

The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Neon Raptor's Chasing Cheetahs

October 03, 2019

On opening the can you just smell that thick, juicy flavour full of pineapples, mangos and a delicious sweetness. The first taste carried on the adventure as the all those full tastes were enjoyed followed by that sour gose ending which did all but make my eyes water.

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The Wild Beer Co - Millionaire

The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with The Wild Beer Co's Millionaire

October 03, 2019

First taste was very stouty with it's rich, dark and malty flavours hitting my mouth....and I was scared! However, a rich caramel and biscuity backing came along for the ride before a creamy, sweet finish ended the swig.

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Arbor Ale - Massive Azacc

The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Arbor Ales' Massive Azacc

October 02, 2019

Very airy, soft citrusy smells when I first smoothly opened the can, with those feint El Dorado hops humming in the background. The taste test was very vibrant indeed! Juicy and tropical tastes being delivered on a very hoppy flavour, before that bitter buzz at the end really kicked in.

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Masquerade Brewing - Patriot

The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Masquerade Brewing's Patriot

October 02, 2019

Really strong pineapple tropical smell when opened, with some hoppiness which went straight up the nose. The first taste delivers such strong citrusy flavours with those pine sections just dotted here and there in between.

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Verdant - Headband

The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Verdant's Headband

October 02, 2019

Looking at the can we have a beautiful pastille orange colour with italic script writing showing 'Headband'. Then centre stage is some green hops with shimmering colours waving out like some kind of LSD trip.

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Wander Beyond - Mini Strawberry Milkshake

The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Wander Beyond's Mini Strawberry Milkshake

October 02, 2019

A light, but firm strawberry taste being carried by really nice hops in the background to give you that beer definition. Then the back end of the drink comes with a delicious milky, creamy sense that reminds you of that strawberry milkshake you used to crave.

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Delirium Brewery - Delirium Red

The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Delirium Brewery's Delirium Red

October 02, 2019

First smell was really fruity and full of rich vibrant smells with just a touch of sourness at the end. My first taste was with trepidation, but also hopeful anticipation....and bugger!

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Electric Bear - Werrrd

The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Electric Bear's Werrrd

October 02, 2019

There's definitely a zesty after-taste with a hint of bitterness, but nothing too strong, and that just keeps you coming back for more.

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The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Tiny Rebel's Cali Pale

The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Tiny Rebel's Cali Pale

September 27, 2019

First sip had a small, pleasant hoppy hit to it before a full tropical flavour took over the mouth. From there on there was a sticky, but energising note to finish off the mouthful with a slight bitter after taste that isn't too overbearing.

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Lost and Found - Starlite Drive-In

The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Lost And Grounded's Starlite Drive-in

September 17, 2019

A dry-hop push is evident behind every swig, but the light and tart accompaniment is really balanced well and I thought was just brewed to perfection for his type of drink.

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