Tempest Long White Cloud – From the Scottish Borders and a shop favourite, tropical fruits, spice and vinous hop character. This one is a refreshing white gold pale ale, brewed with the finest Scottish malts and best hops from new Zealand.
Tempest – Soma IPA – The beer formally known as Bomber, making its triumphant return. An absolute cracking light IPA, big citrus notes, easy drinking but still enough punch to get everything going. After dethroning Brave New World at the Scottish Beer awards, this is now Scotland’s Best IPA.
Cross Borders IPA – Cross Borders have quickly become one of our favourites in the shop. Being based 4 miles away is incredibly handy and our fridges are often stocked with their freshest stuff. The IPA is more traditional than all the trends going on at the moment, but this resinous and hoppy IPA is the perfect grounding when we are all lost in the haze craze.
Wylam - Remember 430 – Wylam hail from Newcastle, and their beer has quickly become one of the biggest hits in the UK over the last few months. The consistency has been incredible and the recent switch to cans have done them plenty of favours. A DDH (double dry hopped) Pale, a plethora of oats and wheat, massive amounts of citra and mosaic leave this beer a tropical juice delight.
Magic Rock - High Wire Grapefruit – The grapefruit version of the iconic tribute to west coast pales ales. This beer is unapologetically hop forward. Taking your taste buds for a tightrope balancing act, mango, lychees and the lip smackering grapefruit harmoinse against a composed malt base allowing all the flavours to dance gracefully like a trapeze artist.
Buxton - Axe Edge – One of the industry standards that all IPA’s should be held to. A complex IPA with Pale straw amber body and a generous amount of hoping. This complex profile includes mandarins, schnapps and pineapple, a slight warming alcoholic hit and dry finish make this perfect for colder nights.
Tiny Vessel – Summit Else – Simply Hops Underdog IPA Winners for 2017. Full bodied and complex amber build leads to the rich hop aroma. Traditionally brewed with touches of new innovative techniques deliver exceptional satisfaction with every sip.
Beavertown – Gamma Ray – A tropical forward juicy beer. Gamma has been one of the most crushable pales on the market for a while and with good reason. Huge mago and grapefruit aromas, big dry hopping that drives the punchy aromas for days, a great session beer.
Basqueland Imparable IPA – Basquelands most popular beer and with good reason. A big West Coast IPA, medium in body with aromas of papaya, pineapple and guava. Slight pine resin notes.
Magic rock/ Modern Times – Timequake – a collab with San Diego brew wizards Modern Times. A modern sessionable IPA, a heavy rye malt build adds body and flavour allied to a low bitterness. Generously hopped lead to a deep and slightly spicy flavour.
Whiplash & Galway Bay – Gravity Rainbow – Big double IPA, a complex malt build adds to a creamy texture base that launches every hop into action on this one. Massive amounts of simcoe and then dry hopped every day for seven days with a plethora of hops to create greatness.
Basqueland SSD - This American double IPA style beer bottled at 8.5% is a tropical fruit bomb. SSD stands for San Sebastian - San Diego. The high alcohol is well integrated and exceptionally easy drinking. Dry hopped with Ella and Vic Secret.