Using German Huell Melon hops exclusively, this blonde amber ale shows a creamy persistent head with yeasty, nutty and floral hoppy aromas. Fruity and nutty malt flavours are balanced by a firm hit of bitterness on the refreshingly dry finish.
Deep amber in colour with a raisin, tea leaf, honey and dried apricot nose. Full-bodied, unctuous, very sweet, candied orange marmalade flavours. Well-balanced and a great length.
Huyghe Brouwerij’s Delirium Tremens is a perpetual favourite among novice drinkers for the cheerful pink elephants in the branding. Delirium Red, a twist on that Belgian Golden Ale, features a hint of noisette under a fruity nose that splits the difference between cherry popsicle and cherry nerds. The palate is intensely sweet with a cloying finish, but it is potentially a perfect match for a New York-style Cheesecake.
Pale straw colour; grassy, green-fig nose; medium-bodied, crisp lemon, grapefruit and passion fruit flavours. Great value for a classic Sauvignon Blanc.
Ruby-purplish. Inviting, complex nose of perfectly ripe red berrries, a floral hint and integrated oak. Bright taste, fine structure of barely firm tannins, great balance and elegance. It can be appreciated now or later.
Pale straw in colour with tiny bubbles and an active mousse; minerally, apple and white blossoms on the nose; medium-bodied, dry, with green apple flavours carried on lemony acidity. Great length and great elegance.