Latest New Beers from Polly’s Brew Co, Verdant, Wiper & True plus Popular Restocks
Over the past couple of weeks we have had a number of quality new craft beers arrive with us from breweries such as Polly’s, Verdant, Paulaner plus many more.
In today entry, we are going to take a closer look at some of these cracking new beers from these popular breweries.
First up is a new brew Welsh brewery Polly’s and one of their new releases– Movies in the Jacuzzi – Guava IPA.
This was first brewed before lockdown as a keg only beer and an experiment into more expansive fruit additions to their beers.
This IPA has been very popular, both here on our website and also in our micropub.
In amongst the Craft Beers that came in last week was a restock of the Wiper and True Milkshake Stout. Brewed in Bristol, this stout uses sugar made from cows milk to give the beer a sweet, creamy tone and this very noticeable from the first sip. A great stout – certainly worthy of the many accolades and good reviews that’s it’s received. Highly recommend this stout. Currently, this is also on tap in our micropub.
New IPA and Pale Ales have also come in from Falmouth based brewery Verdant.
This includes the amazing double IPA ”Keep Left” and the delicious ”Reading Colours” (pictured) – both of these brews are smooth and packed full of flavour.
Just what you would expect from a quality brewery such as Verdant.
For Sour Beer/Gose beer fans, a new beer from Brew by Number (BBNo) also came in last week – known as BBNo. – No 19. – Lychee, Rose & Raspberry Gose, this wasn’t as sour as your typical sour brews, possibly because of the amount of fruit used in brewing and as a result of this I found myself drinking it quite quickly! Maybe this tells it own story – I enjoyed it!
Another new pale ale that came in this week was from Northen Ireland brewery Boundary. This was a New England Pale Ale, known as Forever Ago and in their words, they describe it as ”murky, hazy, low bitterness, big mouthfeel and absolutely delicious” and I’d have to agree after trying one. Well worth a try if you are looking for a quality NEIPA that won’t break the bank.
Additionally, one of our most popular lagers – Paulaner, has now been restocked and is available in both cans, bottles and by the pint in our micropub.
Every week we get new beers added to our website and we have regular restocks from breweries. The best way to keep up to date with all these new beers is to sign up to our website email newsletter. The link for this is on our homepage.
As always, if you have tried any of the beer featured in this article or indeed on our website, please do share your thoughts, feedback and reviews in the box below. We love hearing from our customers and website visitors.
Until next time,