May 2021's Box
Hermitage Brewery - Thatcham
Chocolate and crystal malts provide the depth of flavour and colour, along with our favourite Maris Otter pale malt. It’s quite light to drink with masses of flavour. Bottle conditioned when in bottle.
Uprising Brewery - Windsor
White Pale Ale
White Riot. With new world hops and a handful of orange zest, it's not a pure I.P.A. and not a wheat beer - it's a bold riot of a beer on it's own.
Wild Weather Ales - Reading
Curse of Threepwood
Rhubarb & Hibiscus Sour
A Rhubarb & Hibiscus Wheat Sour. This is a forward thinking tart colossus of a beer. Rich rhubarb meets tannin’s of hibiscus wrapped around a lip puckering sour wheat base.
Siren Craft Brew - Wokingham
White Session IPA
A wit beer combined with IPA levels of hops. A traditional Belgian yeast works in harmony with orange, grapefruit and lime zest, plus a healthy hop dosing, to create a balanced Session IPA that is sure to pull you in wave after wave.
Elusive Brewing - Wokingham
West Coast IPA
Big on the hops with lots of Simcoe, Chinook and Columbus for a classic take on the West Coast IPA style. Big on bitterness too, to balance out the malt body.
Windsor & Eton Brewery - Windsor
Celebrating the diversity and colour of contemporary London. Dry hopped with Madarina Bavaria for it’s wonderful citrus fresh aroma and Lemon Drop for it’s zesty refreshing finish, Capital is a perfectly balanced session strength lager.
Double-Barrelled Brewery - Reading
Ultra pale, crisp, bitter, refreshing with a touch of lemon zest and vinous notes from those New Zealand hops. Serve this Kolsch style lager cold on a sunny day.