Beer Review: Fallen Brewing Co. Cans

A couple of months ago, I was fortunate enough to receive some cans from Fallen brewery in Scotland. The Stirlingshire-based brewery have recently invested in a state-of-the-art ABE canning line capable of filling up to 900 cans an hour, and kindly offered to send me some samples to try. I finally got the opportunity to … Continue reading Beer Review: Fallen Brewing Co. Cans

Beer Review: Beavertown/To Øl Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde

First things first, an apology. I’ve not been posting very much lately. Sorry about that. It turns out doing a Masters degree is a LOT more time consuming than I’d envisaged, and alas Beeson on Beer has fallen by the wayside a little over the last couple of months. However, at the weekend I went … Continue reading Beer Review: Beavertown/To Øl Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde

Beer Review: Cloudwater DIPA v3 (9%)

I think it's fair to say that it is difficult to think of another brewery that has shot to fame in quite like the way Cloudwater have in the last twelve months. Even given the fact that the Manchester-based brewers were the recipients of a level of financial backing that would make most other breweries … Continue reading Beer Review: Cloudwater DIPA v3 (9%)

Beer Review: Weird Beard/Brodies Weird BROdMANCE (10%)

Originally bought as a gift to my dad for his birthday back in August, last night we finally decided to sit down and enjoy this Weird Beard and Brodies collaboration in front of the fireplace (pictured). A hefty 10% Maple Imperial Stout, Weird Brodmance (and no, that's not a typo), was brewed by Johnny Bright … Continue reading Beer Review: Weird Beard/Brodies Weird BROdMANCE (10%)

Beer Review: Cloudwater Winter Range IPA (8%)

As a self-confessed Cloudwater fanboy, I was absolutely delighted when my Brother's girlfriend revealed my Christmas gift of two shiny new beers to try from the Manchester based brewery's Winter Range; The Australian Hopfen Weisse and the Winter IPA. To celebrate the first #Craftbeerhour of 2016, I decided to treat myself and review the IPA, … Continue reading Beer Review: Cloudwater Winter Range IPA (8%)