Brewster’s Hophead – brilliant beer


Brewster’s Hophead – brilliant beer

Just back from a quick lunchtime pint at my local Wetherspoons, over the road. Now I’m not discussing whether Wetherspoon is a good or bad chain of pubs, all I know is that they usually have some superb guest ales, at amazingly low prices. And one of these was my tipple today, and it was brilliant.

It’s Brewster’s Hophead. 3.6% alcohol and pale in colour, but with bags of dry, complex, bitter, herby hoppy flavours. Fresh, food-friendly and deliciously edgy, this is one of my favourite styles of beer. Brewster’s website is here.

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  1. Do agree – Wetherspoons do tend to serve a good pint of beer. Or at least our local – Epsom – does. Perhaps filling the gap where the Firkin clan used to be…
    I’ll look out for that one – cheers!

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