Tasting Notes: Marble Tuckerlovsky & Uppe Hela Natten

by Brody Rossiter

Fresh from celebrating their 20th birthday, Manchester’s Marble are back in the HonestBrew Online Bottleshop. Get the lowdown on just two of their diverse and delicious beers currently available as we offer up some tasting notes.

Marble – Tuckerlovsky Session IPA

Tuckelovsky is a bright straw coloured beer with a frothy white head and big citrus aromas on the nose. There’s a underlying pale malt sweetness which marries nicely with the pithy bitterness of the hops. Hints of peach and a subtle floral character gift the beer a wonderfully fresh and crisp character perfect for a low ABV IPA brew you’re likely to enjoy more than one can of. Brilliantly balanced and perfect for your next session.

Marble – Uppe Hela Natten Macchiato Porter 5.1%

Meaning ‘up all night’ in Swedish, Uppe Hela Natten is brewed with an espresso blend by Manchester Takk Coffee House – a reviving sanctuary for many sequestered beer lovers the morning after an Indy Man session. Prepare yourself for a big initial hit of bitter coffee that gives way to rich chocolate and moreish nutty notes. A hint of sharp winter berries is levelled out by soft carbonation and a touch of lactose that brings sweetness and a robust, silky body for a 5.1% beer. A lingering bitter finish brings the flavour profile full circle in preparation for the next sip.