From now on, this is going to be the only time this beer goes at the top of our New Arrivals blogpost, because we’ll hopefully be receiving a monthly order every month. However, with so many people asking, we can confirm that we’ve now received cases of Cloudwater’s DIPA v9 in both our Balham and Clapham Junction stores. With this set to become a monthly release, we hope that we’ll be getting every iteration of this beer into stock – we haven’t missed one yet! Even better, check out our dedicated web page to find out if we have it in stock 😉
The next new brewery we’ve got in for the first time ever are the incredible Stigbergets Bryggeri  from Sweden. These guys were founded in 2012 and have recently been making huge waves in the beer scene across the world. Renowned for their pale, hoppy beers, every new release from them has been met with universal love. In stock, we’ve got their Gbg Beer Week IPA, specially brewed for the Gothenburg Beer Week and now continuously rebrewed due to its popularity as it became quickly rated amongst the best beers in the world. Joining this beer, we’ve also got their Amazing Haze and West Coast IPAs and their Amarillo Citra American Pale Ale.
More locally, Partizan have released their new IPA, Double Citra, which is a wonderfully fruity and bitter beer weighing in at 8.2%. Another new IPA is Pressure Drop’s Gesundheit, a Wheat IPA brewed with hefeweisse yeast and dry-hopped with Nelson Sauvin. From the always excellent Bermondsey based Brew By Numbers, we’ve got two re-brewed stouts, their 08|02 Imperial Stout and 08|03 Chocolate & Orange. Only brewed out very occasionally, these are both perfect beers for the cold months we’re now entering.
We’ve got two brand new arrivals coming down from Newcastle. First up is Wylam Brewery’s Hickey the Rake, a ultra Pale Ale which is all about super citrusy, zesty, lemon and lime flavours. We’re also stocking, for the first time, a small package offering from the awesome Almasty who we’ve had on keg six times before. They’ve now found a place in our fridges with their MK X IPA, the 10th different iteration of their IPA which changes batch to batch.
Heading further north, BrewDog have gotten together with the incredible Omnipollo to brew Flat Pack Fruit Bat – one of the funnest names to say in all of beer! This is a Raspberry Fruit Smoothie IPA which is going to be about as bonkers as it sounds and is going to fly off the shelves. Also joining Flat Pack  in the can fridge is Lervig’s Lucky Jack Black, a Black version of their core-range Pale Ale.