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Absolutely stuffed full of American hops then dry-hopped to add even more of a juicy citrus punch, Gamma Ray might just be the perfect summer beer. A huge blast of mango and mandarin is followed by lemon and lime, pine, and grapefruit, and balanced by light, sweet malts. Zesty, refreshing, and rather more-ish, Beavertown's aromatic American-style pale ale is one to look out for.
Founded in 2011 by the amazingly-named Logan Plant, Beavertown was the old Cockney name given to the historic De Beauvoir area in London. The Beavertown brewery was set up in Duke's Brew & Que - a pub in De Beauvoir, Hackney, which quickly became famed for its authentic American BBQ and punchy craft beers.
The first thing you notice about a Beavertown brew is the packaging - futuristic, apocalyptic and totally entertaining whilst you enjoy your beer. They have an excellently variety to try, including a black IPA (!) and a smoked porter. If those sound a bit too experimental for your tastes, try their Pale Ale and Session IPA.
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