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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 Even after Prohibition was repealed, breweries didn't immediately shoot back up in numbers.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.

Lost Abbey Track #10

38cl, 13.5%
The Lost Abbey

A bourbon cask aged coffee and cacao nib version of Lost Abbey's Serpent’s Stout (also using Older Viscosity) released as part of their Ultimate Box Set. One for when when the day is done and the sun…  More info

Lost Abbey Track #10

Crooked Stave St. Bretta Valencia Orange

38cl, 5.8%
Crooked Stave

Belgian style Brettanomyces wheat beer here from Crooked Stave's St. Bretta range. These beers are brewed with different types of citrus, dependent on what's in season at the time - for this one, the…  More info

Crooked Stave St. Bretta Valencia Orange
$12.42

Port Brewing Santa's Little Helper

38cl, 12%
Port Brewing Company

A seasonal beer that's actually released during the summer, after Port Brewing's regular Santa's Little Helper has been allowed to age in bourbon barrels. Presented in an American 375ml bottle.  More info

Port Brewing Santa's Little Helper

Prairie Brett C.

50cl, 8.1%
Prairie Artisan Ales

Another excellent Saison-style brew here from Oklahoma-based Prairie Artisan Ale - Brett C is made with Citra and Cascade hops, and also features a little bit of sea salt in the mix, too!  More info

Prairie Brett C.
$14.76

Evil Twin I Love You With My Stout

36cl, 12%
Evil Twin Brewing

An Evil Twin Imperial Stout brewed at Two Roads and presented in a 335ml bottle, along the same lines as their popular Even More Jesus.  More info

Evil Twin I Love You With My Stout

Prairie Ale

50cl, 8.2%
Prairie Artisan Ales

A Belgian-style Saison here from Prairie Artisan Ales in Oklahoma, USA. With wild yeasts and a generous helping of Saaz hops, this is a top-notch treat to enjoy on a warm Oklahoma afternoon...  More info

Prairie Ale
$11.66

Moylan's Dragoons Dry Irish-Style Stout

65cl, 5%
Moylan's

A Dry Irish Stout from Californian brewers, Moylan's. Using Willamette hops and a delicious selection of malts, this Stout is just the thing to enjoy on a long afternoon in the autumn.  More info

Moylan's Dragoons Dry Irish-Style Stout

Omission Pale Ale

36cl, 5.8%
Widmer Brothers Brewing

A pale ale from the Omission range, produced by Widmer Brothers Brewing in Portland, Oregon, with cascade hops at its core. The Omission range is made with malted barley, but the brewers say they…  More info

Omission Pale Ale

Evil Twin Christmas Eve at a New York City Hotel Room

36cl, 10%
Evil Twin Brewing

A 'festive' Imperial Stout brewed for the excellent Evil Twin at Two Roads brewery in Connecticut and bottled at a punchy 10% abv!  More info

Evil Twin Christmas Eve at a New York City Hotel Room

The Bruery Mischief

75cl, 8.5%
The Bruery

A Belgian-style Golden Ale that's purportedly up to no good from the Famille Rue aka The Bruery. It is, you see, dry hopped with American hops.  More info

The Bruery Mischief

Stillwater Cellar Door

36cl, 6.6%
Stillwater Artisanal

An American wheat beer from the Stillwater selection - this has been brewed using German wheat and pale malts, alongside Citra and Sterling hops as well as a subtle touch of white sage. Very…  More info

Stillwater Cellar Door

Samuel Adams New World Tripel (Barrel Room Collection)

75cl, 10%
Samuel Adams

An oak aged Golden Tripel from Samuel Adams, made with Tettnang Tettnanger and Saaz hops as well as their their two-row pale malt blend and malted wheat.  More info

Samuel Adams New World Tripel (Barrel Room Collection)

Bruery Terreux Tart of Darkness

75cl, 7.2%
The Bruery

Tart of Darkness. Quite a name! Naturally, it refers to the fact that this is a sour stout. Why, what were you thinking? It's aged in oak barrels previously used by other Bruery Terreux releases,…  More info

Bruery Terreux Tart of Darkness

Evil Twin Molotov Cocktail

36cl, 13%
Evil Twin Brewing

Fire in the hole! A 13% explosion of hops in the form of an Evil Twin Imperial IPA in a 355ml bottle.  More info

Evil Twin Molotov Cocktail

Moylan's Danny's Irish Style Red Ale

65cl, 6.5%
Moylan's

Danny's Irish Red Ale comes to us via Moylan's Brewery in California. An enjoyably rich, malty, caramel-y brew which ought to compliment hearty meals handsomely.  More info

Moylan's Danny's Irish Style Red Ale
$5.95

Black Market Sour Ale with Cherries

36cl, 3.8%
Black Market Brewing Company

A cherry sour ale from Californian brewers, Black Market (in an American 355ml can). With a somewhat lower ABV than you might find other in other beers of this style, this makes for an interesting…  More info

Black Market Sour Ale with Cherries

The Lost Abbey 10 Commandments

75cl, 12%
The Lost Abbey

A Belgian-style farmhouse quad from Lost Abbey in the United States, which is a stronger version of their popular Lost and Found Abbey Ale. It's brewed with raisins, orange peel, honey and rosemary…  More info

The Lost Abbey 10 Commandments

Redhook Blackhook Porter

35cl, 5.2%
Redhook

An American Porter from the Redhook Brewing Co., which they first brewed back in the 1980s, when the American craft brewing scene was kicking off.  More info

Redhook Blackhook Porter

Brooklyn Brewery Lager

36cl, 5.2%
Brooklyn Brewery

Dry hopped lager from Brooklyn Brewery. Great with pizza, barbecue, Mexican, cheeses, anything really! Presented in an American 355ml bottle.  More info

Brooklyn Brewery Lager

Stillwater Yacht (47.3cl)

47cl, 4.2%
Stillwater Artisanal

Stillwater's Yacht is situated somewhere between the olden days where the only beers that came in cans were your everyday lagers and the boom of craft brewers putting everything they've got into…  More info

Stillwater Yacht (47.3cl)

Bruery Terreux Beret

75cl, 9%
The Bruery

A princely raspberry beret of a sour witbier (made with pureed raspberries) from The Bruery in California.  More info

Bruery Terreux Beret

Evil Twin Hipster Ale

35cl, 5.5%
Evil Twin Brewing

A beer for the global hipster, the hipster beer without borders, just in case you don't happen to live in the kind of happening cities that may have been the subject of some other 'hip' releases.  More info

Evil Twin Hipster Ale
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AleSmith X

65cl, 5.3%
AleSmith

AleSmith's X is an "Extra" Pale Ale - hence the name. Good balance of light, crisp malts and some classic (though restrained) Pale Ale hoppy bitterness. Great for summer drinking.  More info

AleSmith X

Green Flash Double Stout Black Ale

36cl, 8.8%
Green Flash

An American double stout made with golden naked oats, dark crystal and roasted malt. This is a 355ml bottle.  More info

Green Flash Double Stout Black Ale

Anchor Steam Beer

36cl, 4.8%
Anchor Brewing Co.

The archetypal California Common, having trademarked the name Steam Beer, this modern brew from Anchor is made with lager yeast at temperatures more familiar in ale production.  More info

Anchor Steam Beer

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