North Brewing

HerzogRed IPASour BruSputnikVespertine

Herzog (5% ABV, keg)
A straw coloured Kolsch with a white head — deliciously thirst quenching. There’s a perfumed aroma with a hint of mustiness, but fresh hop notes dominate, slightly herbal, with hints of lemon. (15-09-2016)

Red IPA (6.2% ABV, keg)
After a big, punchy, rye malt and red berry aroma, there’s caramel malt overlaid with resinous hop and blood orange on the palate of this fabulous beer. The bitter finish lasts well and makes the beer very moreish! (15-09-2016)

Sour Bru (3.2% ABV, keg) with BrewDog
Man, that’s sour! Hazy amber with a white head, this low-ABV beer has a big bite. Smells sour, tastes sour, with oranges seemingly the main flavour going on. (15-09-2016)

Sputnik (5% ABV, keg)
This hazy yellow pale ale is dry hopped and that fact certainly manifests itself in the robust zingy taste, with notes of lemon citrus, pine, spice and pepper. Really clean and fresh. (15-09-2016)

Vespertine (3.2% ABV, keg)
Heaps of flavour for its ABV, and a fruity little number. Berry fruit flavours, tart but not too sour,and amber in colour. Whole hibiscus flowers are in the recipe (along with elderflowers and raspberries) and these really come through on the delightful aroma. Super beer. (15-09-2016)

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