Craft Beer Tasting Notes

This Month's Mixed Case - June - celebrating the month of Dad!

And just like that, we’re halfway through 2019. How are those New Year’s Resolutions holding
up? What do you mean what New Year’s Resolutions?! You know the ones you made at the
beginning of the year, eat better, exercise more, take up a new hobby, ringing any bells? Well,
considering we’re on the downward slope to 2020, we thought it’d be a good time to check and
see how we’re doing on our resolutions.

As well as the midpoint of the year, June is also Father’s Day month. Happy Father’s Day to all
the dads out there and remember, nothing says No. 1 Dad like a novelty coffee mug… Just
kidding. Dads want beer. Preferably in cans. You know what to do. Until next month, cheers and
here’s to another epic half year of craft beer!

Devil's Peak Brewing Company Conservation Lager

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South Africa’s premium lager, Devil’s Peak, has launched a Conservation Lager Series to draw attention to the state of mammal protection on our continent and to raise funds to invest back into programmes around conserving our natural heritage.

  • Aroma: Cereal grains with a splash of hop spice
  • Flavour: Lightly toasted malt and bread with floral hops and light spice
  • Mouthfeel: Light bodied and crisp 

Little Wolf Brewery Table Beer

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Inspired by the table beers of Europe, Table Beer is the perfect mealtime and chill-time beer: low enough in alcohol to enjoy a few and flavourful enough to stand up to any dish.

It's light, easy drinking but has loads of flavour. It has a great hop profile that keeps you coming back for more and the malt profile is full and satisfying, even though it's only 3.5%.

  • This beer is light on alcohol but big on flavour
  • Citra and Yellow Sub hops give it a blast of fruity citrus character while its malt profile remains subtle, silky and full — because of the oats used
  • Inspired by the table beers of Europe, this is the perfect mealtime and chill-time beer

Shackleton Brewing Company Endurance Kolsch

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The Kolsch is a German-style light, lager beer. Often referred to as a hybrid lager, the brew combines ale yeast fermentation and cold lagering conditioning.

  • Appearance: Light gold, high clarity with a white head
  • Aroma: Delicate fruits - apple, pear or cherries
  • Low pilsner malts and noble hops
  • Mouthfeel: Light to medium bodied with a good spritzy carbonation, slight residual sweetness with crisp mouthfeel across the palate
  • Taste: Balanced circle of malts. Low fermentation sweetness with notes of bitterness
  • Low hoppiness

Zwakala Brewery Moringa African Ale

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This limited edition brew from Zwakala Brewery celebrates the Moringa Tree, a superfood growing naturally in Limpopo. Adding freshly picked leaves to the brew, you will experience a smooth earthy flavour with a good bitterness and slight sweetness. The leaves are chock-full of vitamin C, calcium, potassium, and amino acids - a kickstart to your League of Beers tasting experience.

  • Appearance: Clear gold
  • Aroma: Toasty malt and woody notes with a hint of fruit
  • Flavour: Rich earthy flavours and malt sweetness tempered with a snappy hop finish
  • Mouthfeel: Medium bodied and smooth 

Richmond Hill Brewing Co Tropic of Collab IPA

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Session IPA brewed in collaboration between RHBC and Drifter Brewing Co. Tropic of Collab is a beer inspired by the tropics. A hoppy, super crushable session IPA fermented with pineapple and hopped with Cascade and Citra for a blast of citrus.

  • Appearance: Hazy amber
  • Aroma: A freshly squeezed tropical fruit fiesta
  • Flavour: Pineapple, litchi, mango and pawpaw
  • Mouthfeel: Medium bodied and juicy 

Lakeside Kennel Brewing Collab Vanilla Ice IPA

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Alright stop, collaborate and listen, Kennel and Lakeside with a brand new invention. A frappe IPA that packs a serious hop punch and a silky smooth mouthfeel. Cascade, Centennial and Pekko hops come to the forefront in this juicy IPA. First of a series of brews dedicated to the sounds of the 90s.

  • Appearance: Hazy gold
  • Aroma: Punchy notes of pine resin and tropical fruits
  • Flavour: Citrus and tropical fruit flavours with a touch of vanilla
  • Mouthfeel: Smooth with a lingering bitterness

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