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Epochal Angle Trisector Epochal
Style : Table Beer ABV : 4.5% Bottle Size : 375ml A 4.5% Scottish table beer also brewed with Scotch Common but hopped with Ernest grown by Hukins Hops in Kent. Ernest was bred in the 1950’s (by a guy called Ernest, fantastically) but has an extraordinary intensity of fruit character more typical of very recently developed cultivars. The beer pours foamy pale gold with vibrant aromas of passionfruit, peach, gooseberry, white wine, white pepper and ripe melon. On the palate, the beer is light and crunchy with lively carbonation and lingering bitterness.
Epochal Gavagai Epochal
Style : Pale Ale ABV : 5.3% Bottle Size : 375ml Gavagai is a Scottish Pale Ale – a blend of beers aged for 3-8 months chosen to integrate deliciously with a dry hopping of whole flower Nelson Sauvin with which the beer steeped briefly before an addition of fresh beer was made to bring the beer into fine condition in bottle. Bright with pineapple, coconut, gooseberry and deep with complex, intense funk. It is light, sharp and bitter on the palate..
Epochal Momentary Rabbit Stage Epochal
Style : Pale Ale ABV : 6.0% Bottle Size : 375ml Momentary Rabbit Stage is a Scottish pale ale blended from various beers including some over a year old from among Epochal’s earliest brews. The blend was chosen to work nicely with a dry hopping of whole flower Motueka, which adds freshness to the depths of the base beer. The aroma is bright with lime, orange marmalade and lychee, and deep with well-aged funk. Sparklingly carbonated, bitter and precise on the palate, it’s a lovely harmony of freshness and depth.
Epochal Prince Of Cloud And Sky Epochal
Style : Pale Ale ABV : 6.1% Bottle Size : 375ml Prince of Cloud and Sky is a Scottish pale ale created from a blend of two pale ales. The older and funkier was hopped with Goldings from Brook House Hops, the younger and hoppier with Hallertau Mittelfruh from Locher Hopfen in Tettnang. This beer combines a highly citrusy depth of funk with the floral and earthy characteristics typical of European noble hops. Aromas of fresh flowers, preserved lemons, apricot conserve and dank funk climb from the glass. It has a refined minerality on the palate and deliciously noble bitterness.