Heather by the Woods, heather ale with added elderberries, juniper and spruce tips. Possibly my most self indulgent beer naming convention yet as my families surname, ‘Hedley’, translates from the Old English ‘heathland’ or ‘heather’ and leah meaning ‘wood’ or small forest. I was particularly pleased to read this as I love brewing with heather, which is native to my native Northumberland. As with previous heather ales I have made, this also has the mysterious wisse-like funk/sour character.
🍺🍽️ Momento de maridaje con Balate Darro. En aroma te habla de frutas y caramelo, pero el cuando empiezas a disfrutar de ella es saboreándola. Sus puntos de chocolate y fruta en el fondo te demuestran que no es una cerveza cualquiera. 🎵La canción para crear el momento con la cerveza os la dejo en la web🎵 ☝️Enlace en el perfil☝️
Mike and Holly are drinking “Neapolitan” from @northernmonk
A 6.2% ice cream pale ale
Starts off with the creaminess of lactose with a strawberry middle and a chocolatey finish. Makes me want a Mr Whippy with strawberry sauce and a flake!
It's been far too long since I had a DIPA on this level, and @wylam_brewery & @otherhalfnyc have delivered here. Brilliant.
My 1000th post give or take a few I've deleted over time, and couldn't toast it any better👍