I could write about Elvis Juice at great length. It's one of my regulars in the weekly food delivery. Going into this advent calendar, I thought that Elvis Juice would be hard to top. Now having tried several other fruity beers, I'm having second thoughts. At the moment, I can't
Much like the Pale Ale from a few days back, this does exatly what it says on the tin. It's a larger, but has what other lagers seem to have lost: character. BrewDog sells this in supermarkets in boxes of 12, a large quantity by their standards, so it defiitely
I must admit, I took the can out of the box, saw the orange colour, and instantly thought "Oh shit, I've had this before and hated it." Thankfully, Brewdog have either since changed the recipe, or I was having a bad day. Clockwork is a Tangerine Session IPA, and it
I wrote about 10 crappy jokes about this beers name. It's almost like BrewDog's marketing department were off that day. Or, they're geniouses of epic proportions. I dunno. If they can use siplistic naming, I can employ a simplistic choice in glass: the one nearest the front of the cudboard
Feels like it's been ages since I've had a normal beer. In reality, it's been a couple days. Jack Hammer just feels like a good beer. It's simple, but simple in the best way possible. It's hoppy, it's a little bitter, and reasonably strong (7.2%). There's a pleasant aftertaste
Before even opening the can, there's a few things that excite me: The can has a printed label, which makes me think this brewed in a smaller than normal batchIt has grapefruit in it, which one of my favourite BrewDog beers also has (Elvis Juice) – my expectations are highIt's a
For the second day in a row, todays beer isn't pure fruit; i'm liking this trend. At 7.2%, it's on the stronger end of beers, but my no means high. It packs a punch, though it disguises its strength fairly well I'll be honest, I'm struggling to write about
Well this is interesting. The description (Sour Hazy IPA) is a contradiction in terms. Is it a Sour or is it an IPA. Oddly, it manages to achieve both. I've had a few Sours before, and each of those was not to my taste at all. When I read the
I'm starting to get the feeling Brewdog really like to produce fruity beers, because that's what this is. In a sense, it tastes a lot like Lightspeed from a couple days back, but with a bit more oomph. It has a thicker texture than Lightspeed, and more depth of flavour.
Dead Pony Club has been around for a while, and is freely available in supermarkets. And yet, I skip it when picking that weeks choice of beer. After a few sips, I'm left questioning myself. Here's an old review on BeerAdvocate: In the same mould as Brewdog's flagship Punk IPA.