Craft Beer Tasting Notes

This Month's Mixed Case - Febrewery - #LoveBeer

It is Feb, the month of Love and it is time to show your love with beer!

Drift off with a nice Blonde called Lucy, who hopefully is not Paled on a Sunday by a Peak of your not so innocent Gunn, even if she just calls it a Little Wolf.

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Drifter Cape Town Blonde Ale

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The Cape Town Blonde was Drifter's first commercial beer on the market. It is brewed with all local RSA hops and a combination of German speciality grains. Best enjoyed at a braai or the beach or on a date up the mountain.

  • The Cape Town Blonde can be enjoyed all times of the year but especially in summer
  • The beer is a light, flavourful ale that has enough hop character to make it interesting but subtle enough to make it an easy drinking brew
  • Awarded a gold medal for Best Light Beer 2015

Innis & Gunn Lager

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Innis & Gunn Lager is a beautifully crafted Helles style lager that uses native British ingredients. It delivers the fresh, crisp character of lager alongside the flavoursome taste profile Innis & Gunn beers are famous for. A key feature is the addition of naked golden oats – specially grown without husks so more flavour can be extracted during brewing.

  • Golden lager
  • The recipe uniquely uses golden naked oats for a subtle nuttiness and rich mouthfeel, lager malt and large quantities of Super Styrian and Styrian Goldings hops for bitterness and aroma
  • Innis & Gunn use their own yeast and a specially designed programme of liquor treatments to enhance the characteristics from the malt and oats

AND UNION Sunday Pale Ale Can

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Once upon a time, the boys at AND UNION made an IPA so popular, they hardly knew what hit them. Seeing the enormous popularity of the Handwerk, they decided to brew another, gentler Pale Ale for sessions. Different hops were procured, and the Sunday Pale Ale was born. Balanced and gentle, this is an easy-drinking Pale Ale, with notes of citrus and orange peel, a malty backbone and resin on the finish. Now available in cans for extra freshness.

  • Hazy golden colour
  • Frothy head with light lacing
  • Gently spiced with notes of citrus and a malt backbone. Resiny on the finish
  • Food pairing: seafood and shellfish, fried foods, mature cheeses, and pork

Devil's Peak Brewing Company Juicy Lucy IPA

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Devil’s Peak Brewing Company was born in the craft beer revolution where it is proud to have a part in educating the South African beer consumers on the variety and quality that exists across the beer landscape.

  • Fruity IPA
  • Hazy in appearance with a super intense hop aroma
  • An explosion of tropical fruits and citrus
  • Rich and juicy on the palate with heaps of flavour and intensity
  • Low in bitterness
  • Unfiltered and unhindered
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