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There's no doubting the focus of this beer, even ignoring the hop monster on what is probably Beavertown artist Nick Dwyer’s most vibrant label (and that's saying something!). The name too gives it away.. this new addition to Beavertown’s core range is all about hops. But what you're imagining, it's not that. Instead of an explosive hop bomb, this is a supremely balanced beauty of an IPA, full of light mandarin aromas and soft grapefruit flavours. There's an assertive lingering bitterness in this IPA, but the fruit aromas just keep coming. Is this Beavertown's best beer so far?
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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