REVIEW: Brooklyn East India Pale Ale

Brooklyn Brewery
East India Pale Ale
6.9%
Brooklyn, New York, USA


I started this blog with a review of Brooklyn Lager, the beer that properly got me interested in “craft beers” and your non-standard lagers. I’ve been drinking Brooklyn’s East India Pale Ale (EIPA) for a while, most of the time during summer. Though I’ve never had it in can form until now. I’ve made a real conscious effort to drink more canned beers to see if I notice a difference recently.
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REVIEW: Oskar Blues Brewery Dale’s Pale Ale

Oskar Blues Brewery
Dale’s Pale Ale
6.5%
Longmont, Colorado, USA

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Oskar Blues Brewery are a very important pillar in craft beer. Why? Cause they were one of the first breweries to issue craft beers in cans. Founded in 1997 in a restaurant they then moved to a basement in 1999 to brew their delicious beers. It was founded by Dale Katechis (the Dale in Dale’s Pale Ale, of course) and is now one of the most well-known craft breweries in the world.
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REVIEW: Beavertown Bloody ‘Ell Blood Orange IPA

Beavertown Brewery
Bloody ‘Ell Blood Orange IPA
7.2%
Tottenham, London


When I’m asked what my favourite brewery is my thoughts usually go towards the likes of Pressure Drop, Five Points, Partizan but my overall champion is Beavertown Brewery. I’ve written more reviews of their beers than any other breweries and the reason is because I love all the beers they make. I famously said 8 Ball Rye IPA is my all-time favourite beer and the only beer I’ve ever given 5 to on Untappd. My average rating of Beavertown beers on the aforementioned app is over 4/5 so that tells you something.
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