Pronounced fresh ginger on the nose with underlying nuances of hops and lemon. Ginger and pepper on the palate with a long, piquant finish. Perhaps a tad sweet for some, but balanced and refreshing nonetheless.
Shows light amber in the glass, with creamy persistent head and lightly aromatic herbal hoppy and malty aromas. Fruity, malty and dusty dry hoppy flavours are nicely balanced, finishing with long herbal bitterness.
A classic Belgian-style golden ale that has a very persistent, light frothy head. Shows dry malty aromas with zesty malt and dry bitterness on the palate. The 8.5% alcohol seems hardly noticeable as it slides down all too easily!
A Bavarian-style lager showing pleasantly aromatic floral and green herbal hoppy scents with underlying malty aroma. Slightly sweet citrus and malty flavours on mid-palate shift to a hit of bitter dryness on the finish. Offers broad appeal with a bit of character.
Rich amber colour, with robust nutty malt aroma and firm but not overbearing malt flavour, a touch of raisiny sweetness and a hint of citrus on mid-palate. Finishes with agreeable light bitterness.
Straw-coloured, showing a persistent, lightly creamy head with nutty malt and background herbal hoppy scents. Citrusy fruitiness and dry bitterness contrast on the palate, finishing with lingering hoppy bitterness and balancing citrus crispness. Will appeal to most palates.
Opens on the nose with highly aromatic herbal and citrus scents and a note of bitter astringency. Dried fruit sweetness with orange peel, together with nutty malt kick in on the palate. Quite bitter hoppy flavours linger on the finish.