Posted on 30/04/19
BIG BEER alert! DEYA are one of the most popular breweries at the moment and when they teamed up with one of our favourites it was a no-brainer to get in some Pressure Drop beers. This DIPA is all things DIPAs should be. Syrupy but light, hoppy yet not overly raspy. It’s a cracker. Two Weeks in Florida is strictly limited to 1 per box folks – sorry! Grab it while you can!
Redchurch are a brand new brewery to the site. They were one of the first breweries we talked to way back in 2015 but for one reason or another they never appeared on the site – until now!
Their style is accomplished and consistent and they are past masters of the sour. Our highlights are their IPL can and the Paradise Pale. Expect more sours and seasonal lagers from them after this first batch.
Another month another set of amazing Brew by Numbers cans. Boring. Haha. These beers can never be boring when they are so good. The 55 Citra, Simcoe & Ekuanot is easily one of the best DIPAs (double IPAs) on the market right now and a series of beers I have a soft spot for. It’s always evolving and never disappoints. Big hops and smooth drinking make this a must-pick. Personally I was thrilled to see 23 Keller Pils make it into their new range this months as I rate this as one of UK’s best Pils by some way. I’d drink it all day (if I could!) and is always on the radar for the first beer of a session.
We move onto Partizan who have literally sprung into spring like a springy thingy with a host of seasonal beers and rebrews.
Lots here to challenge even the most hardened of craft beer drinker including a beautiful Belgian pale Atomium and exceptionally easy drinking White Noise white IPA. We are loving this beer right now! This all comes alongside the usual brilliant offering of IPAs like including the best selling black coffee version (you went mad for this so we had to bring it back ASAP) and a new four hop drop thats fresh as a daisy. My favourite of these new pairs is certainly the white IPA, it’s rare that these come out as well as this and it would be the first bottle in my subscription box if I was picking.
Two breweries up next up who we haven’t seen for awhile. The first is Howling Hops with refreshed the core range and also added a big special can. This would be the first place I’d go but they really do nail the core range so you can’t go far wrong. Also back on the shelves are a load of new flavours of mead from Gosnells. If these don’t get you ready for summer nothing will!
Still with me? Good, because Canopy brewery have some big cans on the virtual shelves. We added their core but also took in the lager cans as it seems everyone is on a summer drive. If Rhubarb Weisse and Goosberry Gose don’t make you smile then nothing will.
I hope you enjoy picking these craft beers as much as I enjoyed hunting them out and trying them!
Cheers and beers!