Natural Pale Ale made with Pacific Northwest hops showing copper colour, persistent creamy head, lightly toasted and yeasty aromas with a whiff of hops in the background. Rich fruity malt flavour has a bitter chocolate note with clean, bitter hop finish. Robust, satisfying ale.
Brewed in Poland by Kompania Piwowarska, Tyskie is a lager with a slightly fruity nose that also shows some malty/grainy/lightly hoppy nose. Very fresh and crisp with a smooth, clean, mildly grassy palate and some grainy, gently hoppy notes on the finish with a hint of earthiness. Fairly full-bodied, but still refreshing and clean.
Subtle interplay of nutty, toasty and fruity aromas lead into rich, fruity malt flavours with some orange citrus and coffee/chocolate character, dry hoppy bitterness and contrasting fruity sweetness on the finish.
Made with floor malted barley and Liberty hops, this blond beer opens with light nutty, malty and yeasty aromas and full-flavoured citrus and malt on the palate. Finishes with characteristic West Coast style heavily hopped bitterness.
Blond-coloured with forceful hoppy green herbal intensity on the nose which carries through in the mouth with lively bitter hop flavours and more subdued citrus and creamy malt in the background. Hoppy/herbal notes linger on the palate.
Bright, straw-coloured with well-integrated fruity, hoppy and malty aromas. Medium weight on the palate, with fruity malt shifting to dry hoppy bitterness on the very long finish.
Slightly hazy blond appearance, with nutty malt aroma and a whiff of dry astringency, shifting to surprising red cherry and smooth creamy malt flavours vaguely reminiscent of cream soda. Finishes with a pinch of cinnamon and contrasting dry bitterness.