Midnight Sun New Age NEIPA

Straight out of the can a pleasant fruity aroma hits your sensors, hoppy and smooth feel delights my palate, this is one superb NEIPA, one to drink slowly and enjoy, l will be getting more of this one that is for sure, hops used are Sitiva, Talus, Strata, Nectaron & Bru-1.

West Coast IPA

This is my first ever try of Rocks Brewing Co craft beers, and I was not disappointed, on my palate it was hoppy, fruity, dank with a little hint of malt, a solid WCIPA that is for sure.      

Atomic Hazy

I do not know anything about this brewery, they have a link on their web site to Gage Roads Brew Co, maybe they are a side project to Gage Roads, any way I found this beer to be bland on my palate up front, with a tangy back end, don’t even know what style of …

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Be Kind Rewind

Hard not the love Mountain Culture beers, this one is not exception Be Kind Rewind, DDP IPA, smooth with just a hint of bitterness at the back end, hoppy, fruity, full flavoured, all in a medium body feel.

Yellow Brick Road

Another amazing craft beer from Mountain Culture Beer Co, Yellow Brick Road, a lovely NEIPA, big hoppy &  fruity punch up front, with a velvet smooth afterglow, all in a medium body feel.

Pipe Dream

Mountain Culture, Pipe Dream DDH IPA, smooth, fruity, juicy with a nice little hop feel to remind you it is an IPA, and so well balanced, with a light body feel to boot out an outstanding craft beer, yet to have a dude craft beer from Mountain Culture.


I believe this is limited release, it was not listed on Akasha’s web site, but anyway, this is one hell of an IPA, lately I have been into the hazy craft beers, that are so popular at the moment, but IPA’s are my number one style of craft beer, having said all that, Talus IPA …

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Young Americans IPA

I was pleasantly surprised by this one from Foghorn Brewery in Newcastle NSW, my first ever craft beer I have tried from them, nice hoppy taste, some bitterness & a tiny amount of malt present, very easy drinking IPA, hops used where US Simcoe, Citra & Australian Galaxy.


Akasha Hopesmith India Pale Ale, a healthy amount of hops & bitterness on my palate, that follows through to back end, the cans description indicates pine & citrus notes, which I did detect, a medium body feel rounds of a really lovely IPA, will be buying this again that is for sure.