My first ever beer from New York and Equilibrium Brewery, big hoppy & bitter, full bodied and what one would expect from a double IPA, I did enjoy this, happy to have it again.
Limited release for International Women’s Day from Two Birds Brewing in Spotwood. Plenty citrus up front, hoppy and a little tangy at the back end, a delightful craft beer to drink.
Love the can design, very cool, it is bitter some what dank, it is ok but did not grab me, but check it out, you may love it.
A big bold hazy triple IPA, nice punch of hops up front, with a mild bitter back end. This one is a ripper craft beer, take it slow and enjoy it boldness, cheers.
A delightful India Red Ale, will buy this one again, very drinkable. Great balance of toffee and hops that really hits the taste buds.
Not try this one before, not what I would call a real hazy IPA style, but still enjoyable. Sadly I did not write on the bottom of the can where I purchased this from.
Outstanding DDH Hazy IPA from Wolf Of The Willows in Mordialloc, hoping this will become part of their core range. Very easy to smash down that is for sure, if you like this, also check out their IPA, one of the first craft beers I ever had.
Trying out Tallboy & Moose Goblin Warlord Cryo IPA, 440ml can, 7.5%ABV.First impression is it had a bitter initial burst, which followed through with a slightlymalt feel at the back end, not a bad drop indeed, Im giving this one the thumbs up.
This is from what I can find out a limited edition release from Bright Breweryno real information about its style, just a story on the can saying they are continuingthe mystery, anyway that aside, I found it very fruity & sweet, and to be honest it did not grab me, but maybe it will appeal …
Checking out Dainton Overdrive West Coast IPA, hoppy & bitter up front but not over powering, had a fruity element as well, the taste did tapper off at the back end, has an IBU rating of 60.