Peddled as a wheat beer, my favourite. Alas not much wheat here. Lemons and a slight wheatiness.
Very pale with a strong head. It’s nice for a black sheep ale. I’m never overly impressed at their selection.
Pours a lovely rich dark chocolate colour with a lasting head.
Very fruit tones. I would say it’s a Christmas pudding in a glass. Currants and toffee/caramel. Cloves and cherries.
Very smooth going down. Quite thin, and nowhere near as much flavour as smell.
It’s okay. Not a bad drop. Pleasantly simple going down
The last of the 4 Aldi beers. I love a hoppy beer. Unfortunate this falls short. Once again.
Golden amber with slight head.
The nose is less hops than expected. Slight fruit. Perhaps nectarine. Not sure.
Gotta say, it’s the least hoppy “hoppy” beer I’ve had. Just very standard bitter taste. Basic malt. A bit dull.
Beer 3 of 4 of the new Aldi craft beer range. The previous two did not impress me so high hopes for this as I like a golden ale.
Pours pale with decent head
Bitter nose with a very slightly putrid odour. That’s not a good start!
It does have the bitterness but not a lot else. Some buttery notes Not a great fan. I’ve l ft the best to last hopefully.
Pours a slightly off-clear honey complexion. Quickly vanishing head with lasting lacing.
Loads of peach in the tones. So much in fact I get nothing else.
In comparison. Barely any peach in the taste. But I’m not quite sure what. Bit bitter but begger all else. Oddly drinkable.
The more I drink the more peach I’m getting. It’s nice actually and I’m not a peach fan.
Bit worried it’s not peach and maybe apricot or something. I’m sure it’s peach.
Second one from Aldi, an American style IPA. Now, I do like an American pale ale it must be said.
Good head on it. Pours a very washed out amber with stubborn lacing with almost no carbonation. Lovely.
I get apples on the nose with some sweetness. Could almost be toffee apple. I can even see the apples. Quite old. Musty.
The flavours are a bit of a let down. There’s not great depth. No huge florals or fruits or spices. It’s just standard bitter in my book. Not sure this would make the Christmas supply box.
New range in Aldi. 99p a bottle. Got one of everything to see which I like. I shall stick up for Christmas if there’s a belter in here. This is the first.
I love a good Rye beer. Probably because my local brewery won the Rye of the year award. So this has some work to do.
Pours with a treacle colouring and minimal head.
Much toffee notes and big caramel. Slight bitterness to it
The taste is a let down. Watery and a nasty mix of bitter and sour. It’s not great at all. Probably after a couple would grow on you. Got a bit of spice. That I like.
Think this possibly would make a backup. It’s got a lovely after burp to it!
I’m liking this brewery. Some top drawer beers coming out.
This one is very lively and foamy.
I get floral spices and woodiness.
Quite a bitter nasty to begin but soon filters down to a lovely wheaty and sweet.
I would almost say this was one of my autumn fire beers. But it’s an IPA. How odd.
I liked it. Grew on me. Would buy again.