Seven Bro7hers Brewing Co

Amber Lager (4.3% ABV, can)
Light amber, this beer has a head that dissipates very quickly — I only just had time to get it in the photo! The aroma is of caramel and orange. There’s a nice malt character to this, thanks to Vienna malt, which I like to see in a lager. There’s good balance, with a herbal, spicy edge to orange hop notes. There’s a satisfying dryness on the finish. Nice flavours, but the beer’s let down by its condition.
Buy it: The beer is available in the Seven Bro7hers’ web shop. I was sent mine for review.
(19th October, 2020)

Seven Bro7hers Amber Lager

Easy IPA (4.7% ABV, can)
Hazy straw with a thick, foaming, very slightly off-white head, this has an aroma of lemon, grapefruit, resinous hop, and a little spice. On the palate, it’s a little more sharp than I expected., the bottle a little watery to me. The flavours are good, though — stone fruit, grapefruit, lime. Not my favourite of the cans I’ve been sent, but a decent session quaffer.
Buy it: The beer is available in the Seven Bro7hers’ web shop. I was sent mine for review.
(19th October, 2020)

Seven Bro7hers Easy IPA

Imperial Radler (6% ABV, can)
When I opened the can there was a burst of shandy aroma, dredged up from my memories of the 1970s. The days before I thought shandy was a waste of good lemonade. Bright golden, it has a thick white head that stays well. In the glass, the aroma is orange citrus with a hint of lemon and a light maltiness. On the palate, lemon barges through. It’s very zesty and very refreshing. Can’t quite get my head around the concept of what is, in essence, an imperial shandy, but it’s decent stuff and a top thirst quencher.
Buy it: The beer is available in a bumper beer case in the Seven Bro7hers’ web shop. I was sent mine for review.
(13th October, 2020)

SEven Bro7hers Imperial Radler

Hoppy Pale (3.8% ABV, can)
A morish pale ale, fruity and refreshing. It’s a very hazy straw colour with a thick head that’s just off white. On the palate, its juicy and refreshing, with flavours of mango, peach, honeydew melon, and a hint of lime. The body is full for the ABV, and there’s a lip-smacking, fruity finish. Light biscuit malt provides balance. The aroma is of citrus and grassy hops.
Buy it: The beer is available in the Seven Bro7hers’ web shop. I was sent mine for review.
(19th October, 2020)

SEven Bro7hers Imperial Radler

Juicy IPA (6% ABV, can)
No trouble with the Trades Description Act here. The fruity aroma follows a microseceond after the opening of the can, fresh and zingy, bursting with stone and citrus fruits, as well as a little dankness. Hazy, bright straw in colour, it has a white head that stays well. It’s clearly well made, and it’s very enjoyable. Fruit flavours dominate — lemon, mango, peach standing out — but there is decent bircuit malt, too, offering a degree of balance. Oats and torrified wheat add smoothness and aid head retention.
Buy it: The beer is available in the Seven Bro7hers’ web shop. I was sent mine for review.
(136h October, 2020)

Seven Bro7hers Juicy IPA

Show Me the Honey (4% ABV, can) Collaboration with Chicago Town
Designed to go with pizza, this brew pours very slightly hazy gold with a foaming white head. It’s sweet — there’s no escaping that — and if that’s not your thing this isn’t going to be for you. But it does work remarkably well with the pizza (we had Cheese Medley, Sticky BBQ Jackfruit, and Cheesy Ham and Bacon, all supplied by Chicago Town, as was the beer). The sweetnesss is a little more pronounced on the aroma, but has a keen presence on the palate, too, alongside some biscuit malt and a little edge of resinous hop, providing a degree of balance. I do receommend giving this beer, and a pizza, a go!
Buy it: The beer is available in Seven Bro7hers’ web shop. I was sent mine for review.
(7th October, 2020)

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