Craft Beer Tasting Notes

This Month's Mixed Case - June - Winter is here

Good people of craft beer, winter is here and with it comes the phenomena known as
Standby Mode. For the next couple of months, Nature compels us to buy a new pair of
stokies and power down into the loving embrace of the couch. It’s the season of potjies,
fireplaces and binge-watching series. As awesome as this sounds, Standby Mode can get in
the way of you and great craft beer. Luckily, this is where we come. Every month, we deliver
an epic selection of craft beer to your house, and we don’t mind if you answer the door in
stokies. In fact, we encourage it so couch hard my friends.

While you’re chilling on the couch this month, why not snap a pic of your brew and post it on
social media? It’s what all the cool kids are doing these days and we have some of the
coolest @TastingLeague. Every month our diehard fans post beer pics, reviews and there is
always a chance to win League of Beers vouchers. Join us online @TastingLeague on
Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Until next month, cheers and here’s to great craft beers!

Amundsen Run to the Pils Pilsner, 330ml

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Amundsen Bryggeri is an Oslo-based brewery focused on producing craft beers of the highest quality for the non-conformists out there. Their motto is “Created by Craftsmen” as they see themselves as modern-day craftsmen, hand-crafting and producing ales, lagers and sours. Striving to create innovative beers, pushing boundaries in taste and brewing technique to create world-class beers.

  • A good malty pilsner with grass, spice and a touch of orange on the palate
  • Hops are crisp and dry with just the right amount of bitterness to balance out the malt
  • Golden in colour
  • Run to the pils pairs best with air guitar and teased hair

Darling Brew Blood Serpent Export Lager 330ml

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Just like the Blood Serpent, its inspiration, the Secretary Bird, is unique not only for its name. It stands out because of its distinct profile, quite unlike that of any other bird - or beer. It is a Hallertauer Mittelfrüh dry hop lager with spicy flavours and undertones of grass.

  • An unfiltered light amber lager
  • Light beige head
  • Aroma is of floral honey combined with a subtle spiciness
  • On the first sip hops spreads through the mouth engulfing everything for the first second, it is then overshadowed by the solid malt backbone

Zwakala Brewery Naked Ale

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This Naked Blonde Ale is one sexy looking beer. It is crisp and dry with a low bitterness and good aromas from the hops as well as some sweetness from the malts. The perfect beer for a Summer's day.

  • Natural amber ale
  • Made from Barley, hops, pure mountain water and yeast
  • A crisp and dry beer with a sweetness from the malts 

Devil's Peak Brewing Company Cut And Run Juicy Pale Ale

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Juicy Pale Ale. Smooth, luscious, hazy and jam-packed with a juicy hop character. Refreshing. Hoppy. Delicious!

  • Bright notes of tropical fruits, citrus and a hint of resin with a full, creamy palate
  • Cloudy pale yellow with a medium white head
  • Malt: pale malt, flaked oats, wheat malt, carapils, melanoidin, lactose
  • Hops: yellow sub, cascade, simcoe, enigma, columbus
  • Yeast: London Ale III

Cape Brewing Company West Coast IPA

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CBC is known for their huge hop aroma and this brew is no exception. 

  • Aroma consists mainly of citrus (grapefruit and lemon) and tropical fruits
  • Flavour profile of ripe fruits, citrus and pine
  • Big bitterness with an understated malt character, generally on the sweeter and grainy side to contrast the hoppy flavours
  • Dry on the finish, this lets the hop aromas and flavours be the focus
  • Dry hopped to add extra flavour and aroma

The Franschhoek Beer Co The Stout

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The Franschhoek Beer Co's handcrafted beers are made by their dedicated brewmaster with the purest Franschhoek mountain spring water and the best quality imported hops and malt to ensure a superior quality beer. Made from only natural ingredients, their beers are unpasturised and naturally carbonated. Their specialized equipment imported from Italy ensures that the taste of every handcrafted bottle of beer remains consistent.

  • Intensely flavoured stout beer
  • Dark, black colour with a creamy head
  • Rich aromas, including coffee and dark chocolate
  • Hints of stone fruits and herbaceousness
  • Thick creamy texture that coats the palate with a slight alcohol warmth towards the end
  • Best served a little warmer at 12°C

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