Toti Gold

Toti Gold

This is an American Pale Ale which is bordering on an IPA in terms of fruitiness and bitterness. The beer pours with a beautiful golden honey colour and finishes with a long clean bitter aftertaste.

American Pale Ale is an American variation of the classic British Pale Ale. American Pale Ales are similar in colour and body to their British counterparts, but have the characteristic pine or citrus flavour derived from American hops and a more dominant hops flavour.

Origin: American Pale Ale is a recent innovation on the classic British Pale Ale style.

33.7IBUs
bitterness
6.9SRM
colour intesity

Toti Black

This is our dark porter. It has loads of roasted coffee flavours and may also have a hint of floral or fruity flavours depending on your pallet. The beer should pour with a smooth creamy head.

Porter is a dark style of beer, descended from brown beer, a well-hopped beer made from brown malt. The name is thought to come from its popularity with street and river porters. The history and development of stout and porter are intertwined.

Origin: London.

36.2IBUs
bitterness
28.3SRM
colour intesity
Toti Black
Chimney Tree

Chimney Tree Lager

Pale lagers are the standard international beer style as personified by products from Miller to Heineken. This style is the generic spin-off of the pilsner style. Pale lagers are generally light to medium- bodied with a light to medium hop impression and clean, crisp malt character.

17.7IBUs
bitterness
3.1SRM
colour intesity

Hoptrosity

This is our India Pale Ale (IPA). IPA’s are traditionally the most hopped of all beers and therefore will taste of various fruits and generally be bitter. A good IPA should have a good balance between fruitiness and bitterness. Hopstrosity pours slightly cloudy, due to all the hop oils in the beer. The beer should taste strongly of sun-ripe oranges, passion fruit or guavas, depending on your pallet, and also has a long clean bitter aftertaste.

India Pale Ale (IPA) is a hoppy beer style within the broader category of pale ale. It was first brewed in England in the 19th century.

Origin: England.

61.5IBUs
bitterness
8.8SRM
colour intesity
Hopstrosity
Hamilton Hammer

Hamilton Hammer

This is typical American Amber Ale. There should be distinct roasted caramel flavours which usually manifest as candyfloss or litchi fruit. The beer pours with a beautiful clear amber colour and creamy ale head. There will be a long clean bitter aftertaste.

Amber ale is a term used in Australia, France and North America for pale ales brewed with a proportion of amber malt and sometimes crystal malt to produce an amber colour generally ranging from light copper to light brown.

Origin: American West Coast.

28.7IBUs
bitterness
13.8SRM
colour intesity

Crazy Horse

IPA’s feature characteristics of several different beer styles. While black and white IPA’s are two common variations, they’re not the only options. In between those two disparate sub- styles is a red IPA; a hybrid of sorts that bridges the gap across styles.

Red IPAs balance the hop-forward flavours and aromas of traditional IPA with the caramel, malty body of an amber ale. It’s a solid compromise that lets beer drinkers temper the resinous kick of IPAs with notes of something a bit softer, smoother and even slightly sweet.

36.7IBUs
bitterness
14.9SRM
colour intesity
Crazy Horse
Winkle Weiss

Winkle Weiss

A South German Style of wheat beer ( weissbier) made with a typical ratio of 50:50 or even higher, wheat. The yeast used produces the unique phenolic flavors of banana and cloves with an often dry and tart edge, some spiciness, bubblegum or notes of apples. There is little hop bitterness, and a moderate level of alcohol.

The “Hefe” prefix means “with yeast”, hence the beers unfiltered and cloudy appearance. Poured into a traditional Weizen glass, the Hefeweizen can be one sexy looking beer.

12.21IBUs
bitterness
3.5SRM
colour intesity
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