ANCHOR LIBERTY ALE 5.9% A nice beer with a slightly creamy mouth-feel and a little bit of a nose also has a something of a bitter and citrus tang to it
From the brewery site:- “The yeast used during fermentation produces many of Liberty Ale’s subtle flavors and characteristics. A natural process called “bunging” creates gentle carbonation, and the practice of dry hopping (adding fresh hops to the brew during aging), revived by Anchor, creates its unique aroma”. –
GUNNAMATTA IPA 6.5% YEASTIE BOYS N.Z Had one of these beers at the Station Bar Katoomba. (Last Week) It has a very floral aroma coming from the lea leaves i suppose and I thought it also had the IPA dryness or bitterness to it. I don’t know about it being a sessionable beer but I would think having a couple wouldn’t present any difficulties. IPA’s not being my favorite style I moved on to Badlands Malekula Dark 4,9% Porter which has been mentioned in earlier posts.
From the Gunnamatta site ;- A modern cult classic inspired by the Pale Ales that travelled from England to the East Indies and, perhaps more importantly, all that precious tea that returned on those same ships. Yeastie Boys’ Gunnamatta utilises judicious amounts of Earl Grey Blue Flower tea to generate an intoxicating floral and citrus aroma with the quenching dry finish of an ice tea. A truly unique new world India Pale Ale with a decidedly old world twist.