Phil B is drinking a Creekside by Shepherd Neame at Millers Arms
Phil B is drinking a Wheat Monster From The Orange Lagoon by Canterbury Brewers at The Foundry
Love that these guys still bring out new beers regularly. Very surprised by this - delicious and very sessionable, it was hazy and light but with enough body and lots of orange citrus throughout
Purchased at The Foundry
Phil B is drinking an Odd Socks by Left Handed Giant at The Thomas Tallis Alehouse
Don’t know what a mountain IPA is but this collab beer was delicious, thick and juicy with so much hop and fruit flavour jumping out the glass. Very sessionable given its strength. Unfortunately the tag line on the coasters remains very apt for this pub..
Purchased at The Thomas Tallis Alehouse
Phil B is drinking a Dark Moor by The Kelburn Brewing Company at The New Inn
Solid, would probably rate higher drinking it in colder months. Quite bitter throughout but has a sweet undertone and fruity finish that for me doesn’t pair the best with its dark tone and flavours
Purchased at The New InnEarned the Wee Bit of the Scotch (Level 5) badge! Earned the Highlander (Level 46) badge!
Phil B is drinking a Disco Balls by Shiny Brewery at The New Inn
A very solid IPA, nice pairing of hop combinations with light citrusy flavours, slightly dry on the finish
Purchased at The New Inn
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A new session IPA from Sheps, despite my usual hesitation with their beers I was pleasantly surprised by this. It is on the light side but still had nice citrus tones and a tat full Hoppy background
Purchased at Millers Arms