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 Even after Prohibition was repealed, breweries didn't immediately shoot back up in numbers.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

Mystic Mary of the Gael

75cl, 6.7%
Mystic Brewery

A Saison-Style Farmhouse Ale produced for St. Brigid’s Day, marking the start of Celtic spring. Pilsener and honey malt are used and this beer is liberally dry hopped.  More info

Mystic Mary of the Gael

Green Flash Hop Head Red

36cl, 8.1%
Green Flash

A combination of Double IPA and Red Ale styles made with Warrior and Nugget hops and dry hopped with Amarillo by Green Flash Brewing Co. from San Diego, California. Caramel malt is used and it's now…  More info

Green Flash Hop Head Red

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

Stone Imperial Mutt Brown Ale

65cl, 9%
Stone Brewing Co

Mutt Brown Ale from Stone Brewing in California, USA, was borne out of their in-house Spotlight Series brewing competition, created by Drew Neldon and Steve Via - top work, chaps! It's a silky smooth…  More info

Stone Imperial Mutt Brown Ale

Bruery Terreux Tart of Darkness (7.2%)

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 (7.2%)

Port Brewing Summer Pale Ale

65cl, 6%
Port Brewing Company

A seasonal West Coast-style pale ale made with Chinook, Cascade, Amarillo, and Simcoe hops.  More info

Port Brewing Summer Pale Ale

Green Flash 30th Street Pale Ale

36cl, 6%
Green Flash

When San Diego's Green Flash Brewing produce a dry hopped pale ale that's an "homage to their local craft beer corridor", that can only be an exciting thing. This is a 355ml bottle.  More info

Green Flash 30th Street Pale Ale

Green Flash Imperial IPA

65cl, 9%
Green Flash

A high gravity imperial heavily hopped with Nugget and Summit for a 'San Diego-style IPA'.  More info

Green Flash Imperial IPA

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

Ska Modus Hoperandi

36cl, 6.8%
Ska Brewing

A well-hopped USA-style IPA from Ska Brewing out in Durango, Colorado. If lovely notes of juicy citrus and flowery pine notes pique your interest, you know what you should do with a can of Modus…  More info

Ska Modus Hoperandi

Alpine Pure Hoppiness

35cl, 8%
Alpine

From the Alpine Beer Company in Alpine, California, comes their spectacular Pure Hoppiness Double IPA! They've been very, very generous with the hops for this one, and dry-hopped it too so even more…  More info

Alpine Pure Hoppiness

Crooked Stave Progenitor

38cl, 6.2%
Crooked Stave

"Progenitor 1. Dry hopped golden sour ale 2. Ancestral form from which others derived" A fantastic sour ale from the Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project in Denver, Colorado.  More info

Crooked Stave Progenitor
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Green Flash Pacific Gem

36cl, 4.5%
Green Flash

A single hop beer from Green Flash, which uses the New Zealand hop Pacific Gem throughout the boil (it has high alpha acids) with malts chosen to allow the hops to shine through. Presented in an…  More info

Green Flash Pacific Gem

Black Market Sour Ale with Blackberries

36cl, 3.8%
Black Market Brewing Company

From the Black Market Brewing Co. in beautiful California, USA, comes their Blackberry Sour ale in an American 355ml can! Juicy and satisfyingly sour, with a fairly approachable ABV.  More info

Black Market Sour Ale with Blackberries

Black Market Deception

36cl, 4.5%
Black Market Brewing Company

A Californian Blonde-style beer from Black Market Brewing co., made with Saaz hops as well as coconut and lime. "You put the lime in the coconut and then you put that in a beer", or however that song…  More info

Black Market Deception

Evil Twin Yang

36cl, 10%
Evil Twin Brewing

Evil Twin have produced two beers that when combined create their very own Black & Tan (made by mixing pale and dark beer). They go together like Yin & Yang and that's exactly what they're called!…  More info

Evil Twin Yang

Evil Twin Citra Sunshine Slacker

47cl, 4.5%
Evil Twin Brewing

A slacker doesn't sound like the perfect thing to base a beer's character on, but Evil Twin make a compelling case: "Despite his bitterness, lack of power and insuperable aversion to any kind of…  More info

Evil Twin Citra Sunshine Slacker

Evil Twin Même Jésus Plus

33cl, 10%
Evil Twin Brewing

An Imperial Stout with cocoa nibs added from everybody's favourite Evil Twin (brewed at Westbrook Brewing in South Carolina).  More info

Evil Twin Même Jésus Plus

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

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

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

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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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

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)

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

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