Here's a selection of new beers in - we may have had some for a few weeks, but haven't had the time to blog about them. A list is available at the bottom too.
From Siren we have two collaborations. First is beer with Bone Yard, Dippy and the Equinox, which is an 8% mega hoppy IPA. We also have their Crooked Stave collab, All Bretts are Off, a beer with the malt and hops of a traditional English bitter but with 12 strains of Brett yeast.
Our Brew By Numbers range is always changing but one recent addition is the 15|02 Black IPA Citra, which is just brilliant and a must try for you black IPA lovers out there.
Just released to the UK is the Brooklyn American Ale, a 4.5% Pale Ale. This is easy drinking goodness with great pine and herbal notes.
Camden Versus Stone and Wood is the latest in Camden's Versus series and is a dry lager with fruit aromas. One my favourites of this series so far.
Northern Monk Pear & Hawthorn Wit is one of their new cans and the first beer we've had from this Leeds based brewery. The pear isn't too dominating a flavour and makes this quite a refreshing drink
Wiper and True Simcoe Steam is an amber ale with a passion fruit and pine notes coming through.
Winter is coming so stock up on Stone Russian Imperial Stout 2015 to keep you warm in these colder months. It's hugely rich with chocolate, coffee and roastiness, with a heavy palate and a hint of alcohol heat.
Last but not least is the Kernel IPA Double Mosaic, a follow up to the great Double Citra. This packs a punch at 9.3% with warm and sticky orange flavours.
Siren Dippy and the Equinox
Siren All Bretts are Off
BBNO 15|02 Black IPA Citra
Brooklyn American Ale
Camden Versus Stone and Wood.
Northern Monk Pear & Hawthorn Wit
Wiper and True Simcoe Steam
Kernel IPA Double Mosaic
Stone Russian Imperial Stout 2015