6% | 440ml
– June 8, 2019
Pours hazy yellow to light orange with a medium to frothy head. Notes of white grape, some lemon, straw, tingling bubbly carbonation, medium to light body, hoppy bitter drying into the finish.
– April 5, 2019
Now this has an interesting characteristic, the dry winey, finish works not a quaffing beer but yep it definitely works.
– March 14, 2019
One of the better Brut IPA’s out there. Crisp yet juicy. Citrusy and wholesome.
– March 9, 2019
Excellent beer. Best Brut style I’ve had so far
– February 18, 2019
– February 17, 2019
Really enjoying Brut IPAs, especially from North Brewing. Britvic 55 & lemonade with a clean, dry, light finish.
– February 15, 2019
Getting alot of malt flavour on the back end, slight bitterness and it is dry, still feels like it’s lacking something though, quite a thin body.
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Origin of Water by North Brewing showcases the characteristics of German Hallertau Blanc hops, with a fruity, almost winey aroma. This beer is spritzy and effervescent, with a slight biscuity malt flavour and a crisp, dry finish.