Bedlam Brewery

Oater Space (3.4% ABV, can)
A cracking, flavoursome, session pale. Hazy straw with a white head that stays well, there are big tropical fruit bowl aromas. On the palate it’s oh so smooth and full bodies, but then there are four varieties of oats in the malt bill (hence the name). The oats manifest themselves in a delicate malt balance, too, against the mango, lemon, and passionfruit of the hops.
Buy it: I was sent mine. It’s available on the Bedlam website.
(24th March, 2021)

Pilsner 180 (4.2% ABV, can)
Crystal clear gold in colour, with a white head that disippates fast, this has a musty, slightly resinous aroma. On the palate, it’s crisp and very pils in style. Quite cereally, herbal, and spicy, with a hint of orange and lemon.
Buy it: I was sent mine. It’s available on the Bedlam website.
(28th March, 2021)

Bedlam Pilsner 180

Wilde (4.4% ABV, can)
Slightly hazy gold with a white head, there’s a very fresh aroma of lemon, lime, and mango, with a little orange. On the palate, a more tropical note comes through, with passionfuit and mango to the fore. Truly a beer that explodes with flavour, awakening jaded tastebuds (my first beer of the day on a Sunday). There’s light biscuit malt and a decent body, with gentle fruity bitterness on the finish.
Buy it: I was sent mine. It’s available on the Bedlam website.
(28th March, 2021)

Bedlam Wilde

Bedlam Brewery | Plumpton Green, East Sussex

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