REVIEW: Pressure Drop Pale Fire

Pressure Drop Brewing
Pale Fire
4.8%
Hackney, London, UK

Pressure Drop
Pressure Drop was founded in 2012 and the first ever beer was sold in 2013, so they are a relatively new brewery but one I’m always super impressed with. Originally based in Stoke Newington they’ve recently just moved to a bigger space in Hackney to accommodate for the demand of beers. The brewery was formed by Graham, Sam and Ben and at present they have seven varieties of beer.
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REVIEW: Penpont Brewery Monk’s Brew 1127

Penpont Brewery
Monk’s Brew 1127
6.4%
Cornwall, UK

Penpont
When I was in my teens the “standard” present at Christmas was either a selection box of chocolates or socks, however these days it has become custom for my family and friends to buy me beers. Usually, it is the “real ale” they can find me from supermarkets like Speckled Hen etc. However, my sister got me four beers from beer52.com, who deliver craft beers to your door. Pretty rad.
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REVIEW: Brugse Zot

De Halve Maan Brewery
Brugse Zot
6%
Bruges, Belgium


Following my discovery of  “real ale” aged 22 and when I say real ale I’m talking Abbots Ale, Greene King, Old Speckled Hen etc I then moved on to Belgium beers. Everybody knows how fantastic the Belgians are at producing beer and I went through the likes of Duvel, Leffe, Erdinger, Delirium Tremens and so on. I recently tried Brugse Zot by Bruges brewery De Halve Maan.
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