Ride On is a 4.5% ‘lawnmower’ pale ale – designed as a fruity crushable beer that’s perfect for drinking after a day working in the sun. The hop combo gives aromas of lemon/lime, papaya and mandarin. Flavour is light grapefruit, lemongrass and elderberry. Light in body with mellow bitterness, gentle mouthfeel, and a clean dry finish.
Little Petal – West Coast Pale 5.4% Whilst we’re very much a brewery that produces modern, hop-forward beer, sometimes you have to look back to the old school and honour the breweries without whom we wouldn’t be here today. Little Petal takes a detour from our usual output down the Pacific highway for a deliciously [...]
Floret – Pale Ale 4.5% Sometimes you just want a beer that is mega sessionable. Our core pale ale is a delicious, hazy, juicebomb of a beer, balanced with enough bitterness to keep drinkers clamouring back for more. A baby version of our universally-popular Spur IPA; Floret is positively bursting at the seams with peach, [...]
Lindemans Pecheresse is a beer from Belgium that we would class as Lambicand Fruit. GLASS Stem VEGAN FRIENDLY Yes GLUTEN FREE No LOOK Pours a hazy yellow orange with an off white head. SMELL Strong aromas of fresh peach juice followed by sugar sweet candy sweets. TASTE Sharp crisp taste of peach accompanies this sweet Lambic fruit beer.
Pale ale 4.5% Headband Pale Ale is part of Verdants core range of beers and canned at a respectful 5.5%. It shows a glowing orange colour in presentation and in the glass. A beautifully balanced beer where the pale, crystal and Munich malts really help amplify the hops juicy qualities/. Layers of flavour on the [...]
5.4% pale ale Our vampire inspired hoppy pale is here and man does it pack a punch! We’ve hit this beer right in the heart with 13g per litre dry hop of Sabro, Citra and Talus. Expect tropical juicy lushness in every drop! The name and Max Rock can art is inspired by the all [...]
Dynamics – Pale Ale 5.5% If nothing else, we love to keep things fun here at Polly’s HQ. When we first started bringing that much discussed and debated pyramid technique to our dry-hopping, we used it for new school hops in order of pungency. Now that we’re well established with this technique across the board [...]