Winner of the ‘Wheat & Other Grain’ category at the 2021 Brewers Guild Awards.  Joe and Sarah Emans, the husband and wife team behind Three Sisters brewery, envisioned a beer in homage to the iconic World War 2 poster featuring Rosie The Riveter.  Pouring a strikingly auburn red, they’ve gotten that part right straight off the bat with this 8.4 per cent beauty.  Flavours of toffee malt, stewed stone fruit and that unmistakable rye spice are right there.  The full bodied palate begins with tart dried fruit, but quickly settles into a smooth, almost buttered pastry note.  As the firm bitterness takes hold of the finish the spice emerges in full, with nutmeg and allspice, leaving that signature warming sensation unique to rye heavy beers.  Big, bold and sumptuously satisfying.

Garage Project Louche Lips

Louche Lips is a 12.1% ABV barrel-aged, mixed ferment monster of an IPA from Garage Project’s Wild Workshop.

Sunshine Tiramisu Stout

Part of Sunshine Brewing’s continuing Eclipse series of dark beers, this one is brewed with vanilla, cold brew coffee and cacao. 

Emerson’s Weissbier

Emerson’s Weissbier is lots of banana and spice: it’s hugely flavoursome for only 5% ABV and absolutely classic to the Hefeweizen style. 

The Theoretical Brewer Mad Hatter Hazy Pale Ale

The Theoretical Brewer Mad Hatter is great hazy that expertly leverages all the strengths of the style to cram maximum flavour into its modest alcohol weight.

Morningcider Strawberry Rosé

Apple cider has always been a welcoming base for all sorts of extra ingredients, and the added berries find themselves right at home in Morningcider’s Strawberry Rose

Garage Project Hatsukoi

What is it about Garage Project Hatsukoi, a Japanese Lager, that made it a New World Beer & Cider Awards Top-30 winner?