Looking forward to baron rating London Fields ales

I got to try a bottle of London Fields Hackney Hopster back in March this year and it was excellent. In the same month I was able to sample the cask version at the Waterloo beer festival and again it was a cracking beer.

Jimmy Hatherley got in touch after that to say that he would send me some more of their beers once their new branding was in place and after a failed courier attempt to deliver the bottles (they were smashed in transit and never arrived) he struggled on and some bottles arrived this week:

Lovely looking bottles with classy consistent styling

London Fields Brewery
  • Hackney Hopster - 4.2% pacific pale ale using Motueka & Nelson Sauvin hops from New Zealand, the Hopster shows off flavours of grapefruit, lemon zest & gooseberry. With a dry & fresh finish
  • Love Not War - 4.2% brooding red ale (first brewed barricaded in the brewery during the London riots). A true union of malt & hops, with silky texture & soft caramel flavours cuddling up to a rich pear & summer fruit character
  • Sterling IPA - 6% single hop ale, Sterling is an American hop often used for lighter pale ales & lagers. We think the richness of an IPA truely gives the ideal canvas for it's unique minty, spicy character
Look out for 'baron ratings' for these London Fields beers soon, and a big thank you to Jimmy Hatherley for sending them through to me!

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