July 2020 beer box

Here are the beers from our July 2020 beer box, enjoy! 

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Stone Brewing, Escondido, California – Buenaveza, Salt & Lime Lager, 4.7%, 355ml can

This salt & lime Lager’s inspiration comes from Southern California, which is vibrantly influenced by Stone’s neighbours to the South. It’s a thrillingly crisp, clean, refreshing Mexican-style lager that quenches thirsts, while gratifying taste buds via lime and sea salt.

Black Isles Brewing Co, Munlochy, Scotland – 21 Pale, Pale Ale, 4.1%, 330ml can.

Brewing since 1998, Black Isle beer is brewed using the finest organic hops and barley, the water is drawn from a private source and they feed the spent grain to their Hebridean sheep! This is a golden, straw-coloured pale ale with a refreshing grapefruit aroma. You get the full whammy of the hops with a little haze.

Magic Rock Brewing, Huddersfield, UK – Murk From Home, Pale ale, 5.0%, 440ml can.

Magic Rock need no introduction but this is one of the best beer names we’ve ever seen! Tropical fruit, punctuated with sweet citrus bursts, this hazy little number is low in bitterness but high in hop-forward, full-flavoured appeal. Powerful aromas of tropical citrus on the nose and juicy lychee, mango and grapefruit pith on the palate.

Brasserie Dupont, Tourpes, Belgium – Saison Dupont Biologique, Saison, 5.5%, 330ml bottle.

We’ve stocked Dupont’s classic from day one at Hereford Beer House, this version is organic and lower in alcohol. It’s golden verging on amber in colour, topped by a beautiful off-white head. Aromas of citrus and spice, refreshing on the palate and a persistent bitterness. This is a great example of the beauty and complexity of Belgian beer.

Duration Brewing, Norfolk, UK – You End Up Where You Were, Table Beer, 3.0%, 440ml can.

We love these guys so much the we had to bring you some more! This is an elegant, crisp citrusy beer. Light and enjoyable for easy refreshment in a table beer without too much complication. In times of sitting in the garden instead of the pub this feels like a good back yard beer.

Whiplash Brewing, Dublin, Ireland – Rollover, Session IPA, 3.8%, 330ml can

Its been a while since we’ve had some beer in from this Dublin brewery! Same hop rate as a DIPA with less than half the alcohol. This session IPA comes at you with buckets of Simcoe, Ekuanot, Citra and Mosaic hops with a light touch of malts and an easy crushable body. Unfiltered, hazy, hoppy and juicy.

Anspach and Hobday, London, UK – The Sour Dry Hop, dry-hopped Berliner weisse, 4.9%, 440ml can.

New into our fridges a couple of weeks back, we managed to score some more Anspach & Hobday beers. The Sour Dry Hop is the perfect balance of Old and New World brewing. Inspired by the traditional Berliner Weisse, soured with Lactobacillus and dry-hopped with Citra. An unusual style that delivers a tart, citrusy fruitiness.

Friesisches Brauhaus zu Jever, Jever, Germany – Jever Pilsner, 4.9%, 330ml can.

Founded in the 1840’s, Jever typifies the very dry style of pilsner from Friesland in the north-west corner of Germany and this remarkable beer is lagered for an impressive 90 days. Grassy and floral notes are accompanied by a distinct graininess. Jever is very thirst quenching thanks to its long dry finish and firm bitterness.