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There’s nothing like a little variety to keep things interesting. Not least when it comes to beer, so we like to throw a once-off beer into the mix when we have space in the busy brewing schedule.

So here’s the beers that we’ve released into the wild at the moment. Keep an eye out for them as they won’t be hanging around too long. (That said, when a supposed one-off beer is very popular we’ve been known to brew it again.)

Ambush

Style: Pale Ale

Strength: 5.01% a.b.v.

Tasting Notes: Ambush Pale Ale pours a hazy light straw colour with a soft pillowy white head, aromas of pineapple, mango and candied lemon come bursting out of the glass. Taste is smooth, fresh and juicy with same flavours carrying through along with subtle hints of honeydew melon and tangerine. A combination of low carbonation and high quantity of oats give the beer a silky mouthfeel, like sipping on a soft fluffy cloud.

Grain: Irish Pale Malt, Oats, Carapils

Hops: Mosaic, El Dorado, Columbus

Brewed: December 2016

Quiet Riot

Style: Pale Ale

Strength: 5.1% a.b.v.

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Gung-Ho

Style: Hopfenweisse

Strength: 5.1% a.b.v.

Tasting Notes: On pouring this looks exactly like what you would expect in a wheat beer, hazy straw colour with a big white head. First sniff and you know your in for something a little different, all the typical flavours are there, orange pith from the wheat, clove and cinnamon from the yeast but with an added tropical fruit and even slightly savoury green pepper that the Equinox hop brings to the beer. Flavour carries through with Gung-Ho, tropical fruit bursts from the hops, but a lingering finish of spice and orange that you know you’ve just had a top drawer wheat beer.

Grain: Irish Pale Ale, Wheat

Hops: Cascade, Equinox

Brewed: October 2016