Monday, 26 June 2017

Yorkshire Craft Beer Review: Moonstone from Hadley Brewing

Yorkshire Craft Beer Review: Moonstone from Hadley Brewing real ale pump clip
Welcome to the Shed. I am even-star and this is The Beer in Review. Today's Yorkshire craft beer review is for Moonstone from Hadley Brewing.

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Moonstone IPA is a cloudy Gold beer. Bitter edge up front. Citrus and dank but with a sweeter freshness on the tip of the tongue. Melon and elderflower.  A sort of backwards IPA. To cut a long story short, not heavily dank but enough to earn the name.

So fun fact: The Hadley in Hadley Brewing is Tom Hadley of Spandau Ballet. This is like his second foray in craft brewing having started up Red Rat. This venture is done with the assistance of the Great Yorkshire Brewing Company. It's True.

Incidentally, I love this pump clip. It reminds me of a set of arty tarot cards I had in uni. 

Interested in the wide world of craft beer? Check out this video review for Blonde from Yorkshire brewery Great Heck.


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