Looking forward to 'baron rating' these AlesByMail ales very soon!

Paul from AlesByMail mentioned a week or so ago that he was collecting together some of the newer stock on his AlesByMail website to send through for Baron Ratings. Well I knew the beers had arrived as I saw the courier struggling to carry the box down the drive on Thursday.

Paul mentioned that there was some stuff that he doesn't stock but bought for me as he knew it was my birthday soon (I'll cover these rather special birthday beers in a separate post).

Watch Chris & I unbox the latest AlesByMail beers:


Video recorded on Chris's excellent new camera, the Panasonic LX5

Here are the details of the breweries and beers in the box:


Green Jack Brewery
  • Baltic Trader - 10.5% export stout
  • Orange Wheat Beer - 4.2% citrus & marmalade flavours
  • Ripper - 8.5% sweet & fruity barley wine
  • Trawlerboys Best Bitter - 4.6% dark copper-coloured bitter

Hopshackle Brewery
  • Extra Special Bitter - 4.8% dark amber beer, malty-fruit,caramel & bitter hops
  • Hop and Spicey - 5% dark brown beer,fruit cake with a long complex spicy finish
Ilkley Brewery
  • Ilkley Gold - 3.9% light refreshing golden ale
  • Lotus IPA - 5.6% strong true India Pale Ale
  • Mary Jane - 3.5% crisp and pale with a citrus aroma

Kelham Island Brewery
  • Easy Rider - 4.3% blonde full-bodied ale
  • Pale Rider - 5.2% hop resins, piny citrus notes & sappy malt
  • Pride Of Sheffield - 4% full flavoured amber bitter
  • Riders On The Storm - 4.5% bitter hoppy pale ale

Ossett Brewery
  • Excelsior - 5.2% pale & well hopped with citrus notes
  • Treacle Stout - 5% rich & robust stout with coffee flavours
  • Yorkshire Blonde - 4.5% pale gold ale,full-bodied & rounded
Pitfield's Brewery
  • 1792 Imperial Stout - 9.3% dark, powerful, rich textured beer
  • Eco Warrior - 4.5% light coloured,citrus, mild bitter flavour
Look out for 'baron ratings' for these AlesByMail beers soon, and a big thank you to Paul from AlesByMail for sending these through to me!

Buy all these ales here

3 comments:

arn said...

i had the green jack 'ripper' and 'orange wheat' on cask at a festival, both amazing beers, interested to see how they do in bottles.

Baron Orm said...

They look excellent , especially the large swing-top bottles. They are now available on the AlesByMail website:

Green Jack Brewery on AlesByMail

Rabidbarfly said...

Enjoy the Kernel Black IPA dude, looking forward to that Baron Rating!

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