Tag Archives: Mornington

  1. Sorachi Kolsch

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    27 Dec 2012 by mikey

    Mornington, 5.2%. Apparently this is a Japanese take on the German beer. And it’s all right. Some fruit hop flavours and …
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  2. IPA (Mornington)

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    3 Dec 2012 by mikey

    Mornington, 6.4%. All the things you would expect, bitter, dry and a bit of a kick. Not as much fruit flavour …
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  3. Imperial Stout (Mornington)

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    3 Dec 2012 by mikey

    Mornington, 9.5%. Wow this is good. Massive sweet malt and coffee flavour with hints of chocolate and smoke. Oh, this is …
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  4. Porter (Mornington)

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    2 Sep 2012 by mikey

    Mornington, 6.0%. Noticeable chocolate flavour to this. Other than that it’s a fairly regular porter. And that’s a good thing. Would …
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  5. Brown (Mornington)

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    1 Sep 2012 by mikey

    Mornington, 5.0%. Really good brown ale. Great balance and lots of malt and very smooth. Low hops but still fresh. Slight …
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  6. Pale (Mornington)

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    22 Aug 2012 by mikey

    Mornington, 4.7%. Easy to drink pale ale. Soft fruity hop flavours and not a lot of malt. Slightly straw flavour to …
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  7. Imperial IPA (Mornington)

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    19 Jul 2012 by mikey

    Mornington, 8.5%. Big bitter, slight fruit, slight malt. Good but lots of alcohol which leaves a slight burnt taste.

  8. Imperial Amber

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    17 Jun 2012 by mikey

    Mornington, 8.0%. Strong malt and a bit of smoke with an alcoholic bite. Sort of like an Amber beer gone crazy, …
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  9. White IPA

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    29 Mar 2012 by mikey

    Mornington, 6.3%. Whaaaa? This is a real odd one. Very tart and dry. Makes a Saison look well balanced. Once you …
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  10. Saison (Mornington)

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    16 Mar 2012 by mikey

    Mornington, 6.0%. Sour and more sour. Then bitterness. If you can get past that, it’s refreshing. But that’s a big ‘IF’. …
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