Iron Horse

500 mL bottle, Hop City, Atlanta, GA $3.99. Good value I thought. Light colored, amber body with plenty of airy bubbles and head. Good retention and some nice, sticky white lace that leaves an attractive pattern. Nose is a light, floral note. Hops upfront, but in a subtle, non-assertive English manner. Tastes deliver a dryish experience with more hops than I was expecting. To be honest this drinks more like an English Pale Ale or perhaps even an English IPA rather than a Bitter. it lacks much...

Old Ale

New entrant to the USA picked up for $3.99 at Hop City, Atlanta, GA, USA. 500 mL bottle. Pour has a nice, rich brown, tawny body and some excellent head, retention and lace. As expected nose and tastes reflect lots of sweet malts athough they come with ome organic, earth tones that drop it away from the pure sweetness of some heavier Old Ales. Plenty of sweet, brown ale character with easy drinking, light biscuit malts forming he majority of the tastes. The light drinking nature of this beer...

Pullman

Delighted and surprised to get hold of this from Hop City, Atlanta, GA, USA. Obviously a new entrant to the American market, let alone the Atlanta one. 500 mL bottle that I bought along with the Old Ale and the Iron Horse Pale. Obviously a railway theme, both from the names and the shape of the Hepworth logo on the label. Good stuff. Pour is quite a surprisingly light gold in color and the carbonation seems a touch on the high side, even a little bubbly. Some nice sticky lace. Nose is a strong...