Inspired by the classic, easy-drinking Pale Ales of America's West Coast, this is a style where balance between punchy, aromatic hop notes and solid drinkability is key. A clean, dry, lightly resinous and bitter finish sets this beer apart from its hazy counterparts.
Aroma & Flavour. Notes of fresh pine mingle with bright, zingy tangerine and passion fruit Body. Light-bodied with a long, dry finish Aftertaste. Grapefruit zest, pine and earthy notes accompany a light, pithy bitterness
Enjoy a wave of satisfaction with this spritzy thirst quencher and salute another day done. Nothing rewards putting in the hours like a little fanfare of refreshment dancing over your tastebuds. Dry, light and citrus; enjoy as a stand alone or fire up the grill for a little mid-week treat.
Our Small Pale is designed to pack the punchy flavours you've come to expect from us into a low-strength package. We've dedicated time to developing a beer that has enough body to balance the bold hop notes, so you'll find flavours of mandarin and grapefruit held by a smooth, firm base.
Aroma & Flavour: Top notes of satsuma, supported by pithy grapefruit Body: Medium-light, smooth with a soft, rolling carbonation Aftertaste: Juicy orange with a light, resinous bitterness
This clean, delicate beer sits somewhere between a Pale Ale and a Lager - an ideal, easy-drinker for nights out with friends, or just moments where you’re craving a beer but need to keep it moving afterwards. Bright citrus flavours lead into a crisp finish with a restrained, zesty bitterness.
The West Coast IPA is a modern classic that changed perceptions of what beer could be, and paved the way for today's craft beer scene. Our own approach is informed by experiences working with trailblazing brewers and diving deep into their celebrated beers, so this delivers the hallmark layered bitterness and a clean, dry, resinous finish alongside punchy flavours provided by a blend of modern and classic hop varietals.
Aroma & Flavour: Apricot marmalade, orange zest and powerful pine notes Body: Medium-bodied with a long, dry finish Aftertaste: Firm bitterness full of pithy orange flavours, lingering pine notes
Vuur & Vlam is an overtly hopped beer. Yet, it's not aggressive in it's bitterness or too grassy from the hops. We mainly retrieve the fruit and floral aromas from the hops. Giving it a huge hop character with the nasty bitterness. Flavor indication: https://brouwerijdemolen.nl/en/citrus, floral, light grassy. Translates as Fire & Flames
There is a long story to this malty ale. It was first brewed in the spring 2006 in Nørrebro Bryghus with Anders Kissmeyer. Nørrebro call their version "Double Knot Brown". It is the perfect beer to drink with almost any cheese.
No other Norwegian beer has won more international prizes than this Porter. Nøgne Ø always include it in their tastings and it has turned many a ”lager lover” on to craft beer. It has a silky smooth mouthfeel with hints of coffee and chocholate. Good with classic stews, but mindblowing with dark chocolate!
Inhale sweet aromas of caramel, fruit, some toffee and biscuity malts, with a little spice and orange peel. Indulge in the taste of caramel, butterscotch and subtle spicy hops, making this the perfect Christmas after-dinner tipple!
Dark and strong. Full of sweet malt character, toffee and liquorice. Chased along by a big hard hitting bitterness with blackberry, citrus and aniseed. The sort of beer to poke you in the eye and pinch your Christmas presents!