5 Great Beers to Try this Tryanuary

10/01/2016

We are big believers in Tryanuary. It isn't about drinking more, it's about trying something different, tasting something new and experiencing something interesting. Here are our top 5 recommendations for interesting beers you may not have tried before, all from independent breweries and available to buy in the UK.

1. Dominion Gigi Farmhouse Ale

Gigi is a Belgian inspired saison style ale with bags of character. A really full flavoured, yet delicate and refreshing ale, Gigi is packed with flavour: clove, citrus, peppery spice, breadiness, grass. All in all an easy drinking yet very unique beer. One you won't forget in a hurry.

Why try it?

If you're new to saison style beers and curious to try one, this is a great bet. 

Available to buy online from Beers of Europe and Amazon

2. Saugatuck Neapolitan Milk Stout

We can't go on enough about this beer. It'll be one of the most unusual, surprising and delicious beers you'll try this month (or year!). One of a kind, Neapolitan Milk Stout does what it says on the tin; flavours of chocolate, vanilla and strawberry come through on the palate in this light bodied sweet stout that is a fabulous replacement for an after dinner coffee or dessert any day of the week.

Why try it?

Because it tastes of ice cream in the 80s!

Available to buy online from Beers of Europe, Beer Hawk and Amazon or find it in any Head of Steam venue (North of England) or tweet us to find your nearest venue in the South - there's too many to mention!

3. Fordham Sunseeker

Most people associate wheat beers with the summer. But don't be put off by the name of this beer. Sunseeker is a beautifully balanced unfiltered wheat beer that tastes amazing come rain or shine. With hints of clove and banana bread and a touch of chamomile in the mix, we think this is somewhat of a taste sensation.

Why try it?

An extremely likeable flavour that will get your tastebuds tingling and booking your summer holidays.

Available online from Beers of Europe and Amazon

4. Saugatuck Backyard IPA

There are so many IPAs on the market these days, it can be hard to know which to try. Backyard IPA is a session IPA which means it won't floor you after a few. It's refreshing, light bodied and delivers those signature American hops - everything you want from an IPA whilst being balanced and extremely quaffable! And, according to Saugatuck, it's the perfect beer if you like to do stuff. Being 4.5% ABV, you can still do plenty of stuff after a few.

Why try it?

If you're not part of the hunt for the weirdest, in-your-face, strongest IPA out there, but instead are still in search for the perfectly balanced IPA that gives you a hoppy burst that embraces and French-kisses you (rather than wallop you round the chops) try the Backyard IPA and marvel at it's smoothness, quality and flavour.

Available to buy at 45 West Bottle Shop or be one of the first to try it in the UK at Craft Beer Rising in February!

5. Cinco de Mayo Saga

Saga is a golden ale that is ultimately refreshing. It may look a little inconspicuous, but spiced with orange peel and coriander, this beer has a refined and delicate refreshing citrus flavour that makes you want another one almost instantly. It must be something to do with the incredible water they use to brew in Mexico.

Why try it?

Mexico has come a long way since Corona and you'll be surprised at how far with this one.

Available to buy online from Amazon

 

All of these will be available to try at Craft Beer Rising this year - come and find us on Stand 31!

Try them out and let us know what you think on Twitter #Tryanuary

 

 

 


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