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American Beer

Throw a stone from any point in the United States of America and you’ll more than likely hit the door of one of the hundreds upon hundreds of American breweries. There have been brewers in America since the 1600s, though over time the number has continued to grow, particularly in the later 1800s. And then the temperance movement and Prohibition happened. Uh oh.

Prohibition severely cut down the number of breweries significantly, with only a few of the largest breweries permitted to continue brewing. Even after Prohibition was repealed, breweries didn't immediately shoot back up in numbers. Soon enough though, brewing became popular again, particularly modern craft brewing from the 1970s and '80s onwards, which we have to thank for bringing Pale Ales and IPAs back into the spotlight. These days, craft brewing is absolutely massive in the USA, and you can find many pubs and bars specialising in the latest and greatest beer from these inventive producers.

Evil Twin Freudian Slip

36cl, 10.3%
Evil Twin Brewing

As far as names for no nonsense, saying it how it is beers go, it doesn't get much better. A tremendous Evil Twin barley wine brewed at Two Roads Brewing Co., Connecticut.  More info

Evil Twin Freudian Slip
$6.56

Jester King Commercial Suicide

75cl, 2.9%
Jester King

Texas brewer Jester King's Commercial Suicide is a rather interesting venture, drawn inspiration from both farmhouse ales and British milds! It keeps its classic easy-to-drink nature, but it's been…  More info

Jester King Commercial Suicide
$12.22

Gigantic Scrilla

65cl, 5.5%
Gigantic Brewing Company

While "Gigantic Scrilla" would make for a pretty fantastic album title, it's actually a rather smashing IPA from the Gigantic Brewing Co., made with Crystal, Citra and Simcoe hops.  More info

Gigantic Scrilla
$6.67

Green Flash Le Freak

65cl, 9.2%
Green Flash

A Belgian-style Imperial IPA - part Belgian-Style Tripel, part American Imperial IPA! Amarillo dry-hopped and bottle-conditioned - Le Freak, c'est chic! Perfect for good times. Thanks Grandmaster…  More info

Green Flash Le Freak
$12.28

Two Roads Honeyspot Road IPA

36cl, 6%
Two Roads Brewing Company

The Honeyspot Road IPA from Two Roads Brewing Co. in Connecticut features wheat as its main grain, and it's unfiltered, resulting in a creamy mouthfeel and full-bodied flavour profile - handsome…  More info

Two Roads Honeyspot Road IPA
$2.78

Lost Abbey Santo Ron Diego

38cl, 12.5%
The Lost Abbey

From the Lost Abbey range, produced in California, comes the Santo Ron Diego! This rather strong ale (sitting at a burly 13% ABV) has been aged in rum barrels and was brewed with orange peel, cacao…  More info

Lost Abbey Santo Ron Diego
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$21.63

AleSmith Old Numbskull

75cl, 11%
AleSmith

An American barley wine-style brew here from the AleSmith folks in San Diego! The classic rich sweetness of the barley wine is all there, with a good helping of American hops bringing a generous…  More info

AleSmith Old Numbskull
$18.22

Kona Castaway IPA (35.5cl)

35cl, 6%
Kona Brewing Co

Wilson! Wilson, this is an IPA called Castaway from the Kona Brewing Co., made with Galaxy, Simcoe, Citra and Millennium hops! Wilson!!!  More info

Kona Castaway IPA (35.5cl)
$2.35

Jolly Pumpkin Oro de Calabaza

75cl, 8%
Jolly Pumpkin

A Belgian-inspired golden ale from Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales in Michigan, made with wild yeasts, giving it that oh-so-intriguing personality.  More info

Jolly Pumpkin Oro de Calabaza
$19.12

Stone Stochasticity Project - HiFi + LoFi Mixtape

65cl, 8.8%
Stone Brewing Co

Part of the Stone Stochasticity Project, the HiFi + LoFi Mixtape harks back to the days when brewers would mix newly-brewed beer with cask-aged beer to make them more palatable. That's what they've…  More info

Stone Stochasticity Project - HiFi + LoFi Mixtape
$11.42

Lost Abbey Lost & Found

75cl, 8%
The Lost Abbey

An American abbey-style dubbel brewed with raisins  More info

Lost Abbey Lost & Found
$14.14

Evil Twin Soft DK

36cl, 10.4%
Evil Twin Brewing

Hey, why's that beer called Soft DK? Well according to Evil Twin "This stout looks like soft dookie and some will say it smells and tastes like it too. If you like a thick, creamy and utterly…  More info

Evil Twin Soft DK
$6.36

Evil Twin Yin

36cl, 10%
Evil Twin Brewing

An Imperial Taiji Stout described by Evil Twin (who sound like they know a thing or two about the subject) as "profoundly evil". Take it on on its own, or mix it with Yang, its IPA partner for the…  More info

Evil Twin Yin
$6.21

Prairie Hop

50cl, 8%
Prairie Artisan Ales

A Saison-style brew here from Oklahoma-based brewing folks, Prairie, with a particularly hop-driven flavour profile. They've used generous helpings of Citra and Simcoe to give it oodles of fresh…  More info

Prairie Hop
$11.25

Evil Twin Calypso

65cl, 8%
Evil Twin Brewing

This is Evil Twin's Calypso, which boasts a mouthful of a description - it's a Single Hop Imperial India Pale American Wheat Lager! Phew.  More info

Evil Twin Calypso
$10.99

Evil Twin Low Life

36cl, 5.5%
Evil Twin Brewing

The tongue-in-cheek Low Life is said to be a golddigger of a beer where Evil Twin took "young, unacknowledged hoppy pilsner gave it a limp, wrinkly flavor and finished it off with an insulting high…  More info

Evil Twin Low Life

Bruery Terreux Sour In The Rye

75cl, 7.7%
The Bruery

An American wild ale from Bruery Terreux, a dedicated brand from The Bruery for these kinds of great beers. It's made with a high proportion of rye malt and matured in oak barrels for over a year.  More info

Bruery Terreux Sour In The Rye
$26.84

Brooklyn Brewery Intensified Coffee Porter

75cl, 11.8%
Brooklyn Brewery

The Intensified Coffee Porter was created as part of Brooklyn Brewery's Brooklyn Quarterly Experiment series. It's a big-bodied coffee Porter made with beans from El Salvador which have been roasted…  More info

Brooklyn Brewery Intensified Coffee Porter

Green Flash Oculus Sauvage IPA

75cl, 10.1%
Green Flash

Oculus Sauvage is said to be a cross between a Belgian-style tripel and an American IPA. It's aged in red wine barrels, fermented with brettanomyces and dry hopped.  More info

Green Flash Oculus Sauvage IPA

Samuel Adams American Kriek (Barrel Room Collection)

75cl, 7%
Samuel Adams

A Samuel Adams take on a Belgian Kriek aged on Balaton cherries! It's made with Hallertau Mittelfrüh hops and the malts used are Samuel Adams' two-row pale blend, Caramel 60, Munich 10 and Special B.  More info

Samuel Adams American Kriek (Barrel Room Collection)
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Stillwater Debutante Biere De Garde

36cl, 6.4%
Stillwater Artisanal

A collaboration between two Baltimore-based beer wonders - Stillwater and The Brewer's Art, who helped to pioneer Belgian beer's surge in popularity in the USA. To made the Debutante, the brewers…  More info

Stillwater Debutante Biere De Garde

Stillwater Artisanal Of Love & Regret Flower Saison

36cl, 7.2%
Stillwater Artisanal

A florally-focussed Saison, made in Belgium as a collaboration between Stillwater (from Baltimore) and brewmaster Jef Goetelen (from Antwerp). Of Love & Regret features a base of German barley and…  More info

Stillwater Artisanal Of Love & Regret Flower Saison

Stone 24 Carrot Golden Ale

65cl, 8.5%
Stone Brewing Co

The winner of Stone Brewing's American Homebrewers Association competition 2015 was this carrot cake themed Belgian-style ale from Juli Goldenberg & Monkey Paw Pub & Brewery made with carrots,…  More info

Stone 24 Carrot Golden Ale
$12.51

Lost Abbey Angel's Share

38cl, 12.5%
The Lost Abbey

Strong ale in the barley wine tradition from American brewers Lost Abbey made with a high proportion of caramel malt and aged for at least 6 months in bourbon barrels. This has been presented in…  More info

Lost Abbey Angel's Share

AleSmith Wee Heavy

75cl, 10%
AleSmith

The AleSmith Brewing Co. out in San Diego take inspiration from far and wide for their tasty beers - this right here their Wee Heavy, a Scotch Ale style brew that shows off a great balance of hoppy…  More info

AleSmith Wee Heavy

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