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Made by the good chaps at Pilot in Leith (RMW's local brewery), this is a refreshing session pale ale using malted oats and Galaxy and Amarillo hops.
A-ha! This delicious stout is the result of a collaboration between our neighbours Pilot and Norwegian brewers Amundsen.
The team behind Porter's gin have tried all sorts of different botanical mixes, before hitting on this citrus and juniper forward gin.
This session fruit IPA is not so much 'hazy' as it is day-glow orange - and to taste it, you can tell why.
With an estery fruit note from Belgian yeasts, fruits and bitterness from a dominating New World hop profile, and a mix of barley, oats, rye and wheat in the mashbill, this beer should be a confusion ...
A triple hopped pale ale, brewed by the fine folks at Stewart Brewing. Hopped 5 times during the boil, and dry hopped, using 3 different types of hop.
A classic sessionable lager from our friends at Stewart Brewing. A bit of noble Saaz hops in the mix lends a gentle earthy citrus to the profile, making this a highly moreish lager.
A Canadian breakfast stout made in Scotland with notes of maple syrup, coffee and red fruits.
Named for the Holyrood area of Edinburgh that's home to the royal palace and the Scottish parliament, Hollyrood is a citrussy pale ale which uses Yellow Sub hops to help offer a light-bodied beer with ...
Part of Stewart's Project 7 range, Aqualung is an incredibly soft New England style pale ale, awash with tropical and stone fruits, hitting big on the aroma of juicy peaches.
This session IPA from Orkney's Swannay Brewery is a straight forward, easy-drinking citrus beer, balancing refreshing fruit and bitterness from the Citra hop, with Dextrin malt offering a solid base.
Released with their 2020 rebrand, Cold Wave is a Neu German hop forward lager from Tempest, breaking over the palate with crisp, cool refreshment.
About as American IPA as you can get - this is a big, oily, resinous, grapefruit citrus and bitter beauty.
The Elemental porter has been in Tempest's range since their early days. Now in can-form, the porter is as packed with malty chocolate and coffee flavours as it has always been.
The first brew, created in a garage in New Zealand, which eventually spawned Tempest as an icon of Scottish craft brewing.
If you're a fan of knowing the provenance of your drinks then the Thompson Bros Organic Highland Gin is your new drink of choice.
An IPA from this Welsh brewer, with flavours boosted by peaches and a creaminess from lactose.
Named for the former nightclub, made famous by that Wham! song and its strange pricing policies, this slightly hazy tropical IPA is our favourite core beer from Tiny Rebel.
A beer brewed to straddle the East and West Coast styles of American IPA. Lots of citrus and ripe tropical fruit flavours from hops, the oats smooth out the mouthfeel, and fruity strain of yeast give ...
A session IPA this may be, but Vocation brewed this beer to have the heart & soul of both the brewery, and a full-on hoppy IPA - brimming with a fruit salad of flavour.
This is a US-style IPA, punching heavy with tropical and citrus fruit flavours, riding a wave of bitterness.
Grozet is a light pale ale, created with a base of lager and wheat malts, with some gentle citrussy hops.
Spiced with a little ginger along with influence from the hops, this is an exceptionally flavourful porter with a baseline of chocolate malt and an oaty element that gives a very smooth body.
Blending chocolate malts, vanilla, cacao, and lactose, this is a luxurious and deep milk stout from Wiper and True, offering layers of rich sweet and bittersweet chocolate flavours.
A small beer with a big profile; Wiper and True have created a light pale ale with a lower ABV.