Throwing a Halloween bash this year? Get your hands on these spooky brews!
Rogue Dead Guy Ale
All the way from Oregon, this American ale is inspired by the style of a German Maibock. Brewed using Rogue’s proprietary Pacman yeast, Dead Guy is deep honey in colour with a malty aroma, rich hearty flavour and a well balanced finish.
Heretic Evil Twin Red IPA
This blood red ale from California, has a rich malt character, without being overly sweet. It has a huge hop character, without being overly bitter. It is a great example of a bold, rich, balanced craft beer, without being heavy and hard to drink in quantity. This Evil Twin is only bad because it is too good to resist.
Stone Ruination IIPA
A killer double IPA from one of the most popular craft breweries in the USA. Crafted to celebrate all facets of the hop – they’ve squeezed every last drop of piney, citrusy, tropical essence from the Centennial, Citra, Simcoe and Azecca hops that give this beer its incredible character.
Old Wives Ales Full Moon Black Rye IPA
Starting out as home-brewers, the boys at Old Wives Ales commandeered soup pots for kit brews and watched on as plastic tubs of murky liquid burped and bubbled in their sheds. They’ve come a long way since those home brewing days. Although tall, dark and handsome, this beer drinks like a golden East Coast IPA and rewards drinking year round. Piney with the bitterness and earthiness of pure cacao, it’s balanced with subtle sweetness, suggesting raisins and overripe apricots.