I’m a little obsessed with the Beavertown Brewery at the moment. My affection is almost evenly split between the awesome artwork and their epic beers. They started out small and have had to move to bigger premises three times inside as many years. Where many of their competitors are still only available in London Beavertown have reached as far as New Zealand as you will see if you look at Philip Walter’s A Life Just As Ordinary blog.
Their Neck Oil Session IPA is great. I had it with a serious steak sandwich. That’s not a sixpack pictured above but if this came in sixpacks they’d be worth stocking up on! (It’s what I’m compelled to call a ‘canoroma’)
In a conversation with Wayne aka Irish Beer Snob he was giving out about a barman opening and pouring his can of Black Betty. I didn’t really get it until I popped open my Gamma Ray Pale Ale. It was like shoving lumps of pineapple up my snout. Don’t try that at home!
The Smog Rocket Smoked Porter is similarly aromatic with it’s charred woody scent. It’s warm and fuzzy. Three winning beers. Sláinte!