First up, this Patrons Project is a sour IPA inspired by the colours and flavours of rainbow Astro Belts.
Northern Monk started with a simple hazy IPA base of pale barley malt and plenty of oats, backed up with lactose to round out the mouthfeel. They whirlpool hopped with Citra BBC and then fermented with their house IPA yeast strain.
Then, they added selected fruits to represent the colours of the candy that was felt worked well together.
Leading with the ripe fruit flavours of mango puree and orange juice, it was followed up with plenty of tangy raspberry puree, and finally, a touch of zingy lime juice to give a sour accent to the finish.
Aollaboration with the excellent Manchester graffiti artist Leimai Lemaow.
Pale Malt and Wheat backbone generously hopped with Centennial, Citra and Mosaic to create a balanced, moreish and session-able American pale ale.
Beavertowns every day, all day, easy drinking, go to ipa. This started life as a home-brew.
They wanted to create a light, crisp, punchy, go to beer! A beer that you know you can pick up and appreciate or simply get it down ya neck.
Extra pale base malts are used to keep it crisp and give the hops a great platform to dance on. Masses of late hop additions throughout the last 20 minutes of the boil and a huge dose of dry hops make this a brilliantly ‘easy’ ipa.
This grown up fruit salad is as colourful as the most hideous Hawaiian shirt you’ve ever seen. It’s super juicy and crammed full of fruity hop flavours that will have your mouth watering. Imagine sitting by the pool in the blazing sun with a cocktail in one hand, but instead of a dainty little glass it’s served by the pint!
Packed full of American hops, amplified by Peach, Passionfruit, Pineapple and Mango flavours!
This marshmallow porter has the classic roasty qualities of a proper dark ale, whilst the marshmallow gives it a smooth sweetness, both combining for a delightful, S’mores-like ale. A sweet treat for the cold winter nights.
Tiny Rebels first brew of this luxurious dark ale sold out in just 36 hours!