6.7% | 440ml
– April 14, 2020
Bags of juicy fruit flavours with a long lingering full bodied Hop finish
– October 2, 2019
juicy and fruity, delicious!
– August 21, 2019
Nicely balanced beer
– May 29, 2019
A little on the bitter side for this style, but still very good indeed. Worth tracking down if you’re not looking for something too sweet.
– May 2, 2019
Lot of love for Wylam
– March 11, 2019
– February 27, 2019
A winning beer if only for the artwork
– February 24, 2019
– February 21, 2019
So good. Wylam seriously know what they’re doing. Ffo fruity but still beery beers
– February 20, 2019
Personally always enjoy Wylam beers, this one did not disappoint
– January 29, 2019
Had a few of these now. Just keep getting better.
– January 17, 2019
The best from my last order!
– January 7, 2019
This one rocks.
– December 13, 2018
Hoppy Juicy IPA what more could you want
– December 10, 2018
Never had a bad DDH from Wylam, recommend this
– December 8, 2018
Lovely sipping beer with a nicely building hop smack in the chops
– December 6, 2018
a ddh done perfectly. with plenty of hops and a long lasting aftertaste.
– December 3, 2018
One of my favourite Wylams of the year! Thick and juicy
– November 30, 2018
Some good brews coming from Wylam of late. Great IPA
– November 30, 2018
Another belter from the Wylam team.
– November 27, 2018
– November 22, 2018
a great ddh IPA hitting all the right buttons
– November 21, 2018
– November 15, 2018
– November 2, 2018
Simply fantastic, fruity, bitter, glorious.
– November 1, 2018
hazy golden yellow pour with a thin white head, aroma has dusty pine and tangerine, taste has some big spicy action, pine, tangerine, sweet malts
– October 31, 2018
Very tasty IPA – lots of pineapple on the nose and a nice but subtle fruitiness in the finish.
– October 25, 2018
Pours hazy yellow. Tastes earthy, piney, metallic, some tangerine. Milky, powdery end. This one is strange. Better after a few mins. 4.00
– October 16, 2018
usual Wylam quality, citrus and stonefruits with nice mouthfeel
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Think October, the season of witches, pumpkins and classic horror films. Wylam unearth this trick or treat IPA, returning The Shape to misty fridges near you. The treat? Idaho 7, Chinook BBC and Centennial Cryo at 20G per litre to yield maximum soft crushable juice. The trick? Why, to stay alive of course! (Insert evil character laugh)