There are many great craft beer brands available on the market. Craft beets are becoming more and more common. It was only a few years ago that they have come common place and are now a really important product in the UK drink industry. More and more people are looking for new and exciting craft beers and this short article will tell you a little more about the most popular brands. Of course, there are many other brands available but this article will concentrate on the most popular and the best sellers. Perhaps you haven't tried craft beers or perhaps you want to find out a bit more about an alternative brand, this article will help you keyword one.
This is a great Indian Pale Ale. It is characterised buy its strong hoppy taste and aroma. This is to remember the time when brewers in the UK made beer with additional hops to ensure that it retained its taste on the long trip to India where it was to be enjoyed. This is a great choice if you enjoy an Indian Pale Ale keyword one.
This Indian Pale ale can be a great choice if you enjoy a trans atlantic recipe. It contains biscuit malt, with New Zealand fruits. It is lightly golden in colour. The Brewdog punk is packed with fruity hops and has fantastic full flavour keyword one.
This is a great white wheat beer that is naturally cloudy. It of course has a less hoppy taste than the Indian Pale Ales that are discussed above, but instead are deliciously wheat packed.
A great choice from this increasingly popular UK brewer. This is a delicate beer, that is deliciously refreshing and easy on the pallet. This could be a great choice if you are relatively new to enjoying craft beers. It is one of our favourites!
This is a beer that Vocation Brewery are particularly proud of. It is a pale beer that is also crisp and light. It is refreshing and hoppy. Somewhere between a Indian Pale Ale and a wheat beer in many respects.
This is quickly becoming one of the most popular craft beers on the UK market. It is again light and refreshing, easy drinking and again one of our favourites. A great entry to the UK craft been market keyword two.
The Sierra Nevada Pale Ale is full of taste from its American routes. It is filled with great tasting American hops, with a taste of grapefruit and pine forests. It has a bold, complex taste that is loved by craft beer drinkers all of the world.
One of the more common craft beers, the Sam Adams lager reflects its historic roots of Boston. This is a beer that is dark and hoppy but refreshingly crisp. It is being enjoyed throughout the world and it certainly deserves to be.
This is a thick and creamy dark beer that comes from California. It has been around a long time and is enjoyed by many. This is a lesser known beer on the list but is well worth trying.
This is a simple, straightforward craft beer that is proud of its roots. Drinkers will taste East Anglian hops and enjoy its simple, refreshing finish. Another great choice!
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|Reyka Vodka 70cl||£20.00||32%|
|Laphroaig Year Old 70cl||£28.00||29%|
|Aberfeldy Year Old 70cl||£30.00||29%|
|Bloom London Dry 70cl||£20.00||28%|
|Tanqueray No Gin 70cl||£25.00||25%|
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|Jameson Irish Whiskey 70cl||£18.00||21%|
|Sipsmith London Dry 70cl||£22.50||21%|