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Craft Beer Selection

Oddbins Craft Beer Selection

With more and more breweries opening every month the UK brewing scene has never been more exciting than it is right now. For the last few years Oddbins has championed this surge through our diverse Local Beer range - unique to each of our stores. Due to its huge popularity we are now offering a cross section of these niche craft beers online.

And we're not done yet. We've enlisted the help of 'Shakes-beer' himself to review our newest of brews and help you decide what you should be stocking your fridge with come the weekend. Read on fellow beer lovers and enjoy! Cheers!

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  1. Beardo IPA

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    Beardo IPA Case of 12

    £30.00

    Growing and maintaining a fine piece of facial furniture, such as a beard, is tricky work. It can come in all patchy, it absorbs a significant quantity of conditioner, unless you’re happy with it being coarse and prickly and you may even be one of those people, for some bodily anomaly, whose beard grows out ginger. That’s fine if your head of hair is ginger but no brunette is rooting for a strawberry-blonde soul patch. Robinsons Brewery figured that going to such great efforts deserves a tipple of hoppy intensity to compliment a gent’s beardy artistry.

    Cut through the fuzz with rich hits of fruity citrus and zingy grapefruit, in this complex IPA designed for serious Beardos.

  2. Beavertown Gamma Ray IPA Case of 12

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    Beavertown Gamma Ray IPA Case of 12

    £33.60

    Who knew Tottenham was such a hot spot for radioactivity? We certainly didn't but if you were to romp around Seven Sisters tube station with a Geiger counter you would find an abundance of Rads. (That's Rad the Si unit not rad the acknowledgement of someone doing some good surfing, by the way.) Why? Well, there's Gamma Rays all over town. Beavertown's rise in the London craft scene has been explosive and it is intensely refreshing beers such as this one that is the reason. Thankfully, all that these beers are actually radiating is pronounced tropical aromas of mangos and grapefruit, which are soon accompanied by an explosion of hoppy flavours, so we can all enjoy them without wearing lead overcoats.

  3. Beavertown Lupuloid IPA Case of 12

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    Beavertown Lupuloid IPA Case of 12

    £36.00

    Lots of excellent things happen in the basement of pubs; semi-legal poker games, unplanned conceptions and… barrel changes? … Maybe ‘lots of excellent things’ was an exaggeration but we certainly know of one! In 2011 Logan Plant established Beavertown Brewery in the basement of Dukes Brew & Que, who knew that six years later they would be London’s flagship independent brewery. Lupuloid is the latest beer to have the honour of entering Beavertown’s core range. Surprisingly, this was their first straight IPA and they didn’t do the style a disservice, this ale is bursting with grapefruit, mango and passionfruit is very powerful, yet tirelessly refreshing.

    Beavertown Brewery, the first & last good thing to emerge from the basement of a pub!

  4. Pistonhead Full Amber Dark Lager Case of 12

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    Birra Moretti L'Autentica Beer Case of 12

    £18.00
    Birra Moretti is a quality beer made in the traditional way. It is the result of a production process that has remained almost unchanged since 1859. The best raw materials are used to make Birra Moretti, as well as a special blend of high quality hops that gives it a unique taste and fragrance, enhancing its perfectly balanced bitter taste. It is a bottom fermented beer with a golden colour. This colouring is a result of the type of malt used in brewing.
  5. Pistonhead Flat Tire Case of 12

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    Blue Moon Belgian White Beer Case of 12

    £24.00
    Brewmaster Keith Villa, wanted to craft a beer inspired by the flavourful Belgian Wits he enjoyed while studying in Belgium. He brewed his interpretation using Valencia orange peel versus the traditional tart Curaçao orange peel, for a subtle sweetness, and added a touch of coriander to provide balance. Then he added oats and wheat to create a smooth, creamy finish that’s inviting to the palate. As a final touch, he garnished the beer with an orange slice to heighten the citrus aroma and taste. Its natural unfiltered appearance adds to the depth of flavours in Belgian White.
  6. Celia Dark Lager

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    Celia Dark Lager Case of 12

    £35.40

    The producer of Celia, Žatecky brewery dates back to 1004. Yep, this brewery predates the Doomsday Book by 80 years. We imagine these guys have forgotten more about making beer than most breweries will ever know.

    A balance between history and innovation is certainly pervasive in this beer, hand crafted with classic dark flavours of coffee, a nuttiness and ryebread, yet it is brewed to be gluten-free. It's thick and chewy on the palate with a big toasted malt character and hence works well with most dark chocolate based deserts. What a treat, here's to a millennium of beer-making!

  7. Celia Organic Lager

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    Celia Organic Lager Case of 12

    £35.40

    Surely beer must be the most missed item among the gluten intolerant community. Who needs bread? Just have cereal for breakfast. Cereal as well, really? Eggs, have eggs. Clearly, it’s not the easiest task avoiding gluten, it seems to be in nearly every meal, particularly around breakfast time.

    Thankfully those Czech charmers at the Žatecky brewery have made a deliciously fresh pilsner that is hand crafted and most importantly, free from gluten. Now even if you’re down in the dumps after an exhausting day of explaining to a colleague why you can’t have a sandwich, at least you can kick back with a carefree beer.

  8. Crafty Dan 13 Guns American IPA Case of 12

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    Crafty Dan 13 Guns American IPA Case of 12

    £27.00

    The British and Americans have always had a 'special relationship'. Well, as long as you ignore that business with the tea and the pronunciation of aluminium, these two great nations have got more that unites them than pushes them apart. Beer is undoubtedly one of these unifying forces, on either side of the pond great beer is revered. Crafty Dan celebrates this bond with '13 Guns' a salute to the 13 British colonies that later became the United Sates.

    Brewed in Blackburn using powerful American hops, this pale ale has a typically British malty palate, backed up with a distinctly American tropical fruit note coming from those intense hops. The greatest Anglo-American collaboration since Nylon!

    We'll salute to that!

  9. Hooded Ram Amber Ram Case of 12

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    Hooded Ram Amber Ram Case of 12

    £19.80

    The most popular brew from the Hooded Ram range, the Amber Ram Best Bitter is a well-balanced bitter that has enough hop and malt flavours to keep your taste buds wanting more.

  10. Hooded Ram Little King Louis IPA

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    Hooded Ram Little King Louis IPA Case of 12

    £24.00

    Little King Louis went in search of pure waters, marvellous malts and the finest yeast in his quest for the creation of beers with soul. He insisted that nothing goes out the door that he would not drink himself! Step forward this truly amazing and balanced IPA which tastes truly special. Indeed King Louis succeeded in creating a true IPA that any hop head would be proud of. All Hail King Louis!

  11. Hooded Ram Mosaic Single Hop Pale Ale Case of 12

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    Hooded Ram Mosaic Single Hop Pale Ale Case of 12

    £22.20

    Mosaics are great, they have the phenomenal effect of making any room look like a Roman bathhouse. If it wasn't for the fall of Constantinople in 1453, at the hands of the Ottoman Empire, that might have been a reference to Byzantine mosaics but there we are. Does it really matter if no one remembers Byzantium? There were far too many dudes called stuff like Emperor Constantine the 85th anyway. What does this have to do with beer? Very little but history degrees are expensive so we cram in references to Late Antique Empires where we can.

    Mosaics aren't just the kings of art forms, they're also one of the most noble hops. Mosaic hops give beers, such as this from Hooded Ram, a wonderful fruit character while balancing with a defined bitterness. Meticulously brewed, piece by piece, this beer expresses intense tropical fruit aromas. The Rye malt gives a mouth-watering biscuit taste and the tropical fruit aroma lasts after the glass is back on the table.

  12. Mojo Pale Ale

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    Mojo Pale Ale Case of 12

    £30.00

    Mojo.

    1.Noun; plural noun: mojos. 'a magic charm, talisman or spell.'

    2.Noun. 'a quality that attracts people to you and makes you full of energy'

    Example: He's lost his mojo.

    3.Noun. 'a clean, zesty and refreshing straw coloured ale with exotic American and New Zealand hops, offering luscious tropical fruit aromas and flavours.'

    Example: Let's head over to Oddbins to pick up a case of Mojo for the weekend BBQ.

  13. Tailgate Grapefruit IPA Case of 12

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    Tailgate Grapefruit IPA Case of 12

    £24.00

    Some things just don't translate across the Atlantic; a British person could spend a quarter of a century explaining what black pudding is and an American would still have questions. "It's pudding but you eat it at breakfast and it's made with blood, eww, what's wrong with you?" Then again, British people don't eat cheese out of spray cans so we guess both nations have horrifying eating habits. Who's to say one is worse than the other? (... Squeezy cheese is worse... infinitely worse.)

    Tailgate parties also never made it into the UK; you go to watch a football game, which is played with your hands, you along with 80,000 people are able to find a parking space and then instead of going to the pub non-drivers stand around your truck, drinking? Fine, that all seems to be in order. Thankfully, Tailgate beer has made the jump over the pond. This intense Grapefruit IPA is dry and light bodied with a fresh and hoppy aroma that has strong floral notes of lemongrass and mango and is packed with grapefruit. In fact, it's so delicious it makes being in a car park kind of enjoyable.

  14. Tailgate Peanut Butter Milk Stout Case of 12

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    Tailgate Peanut Butter Milk Stout Case of 12

    £33.60

    There's been some pretty great exports from the good old USA; Apple products, Oregon Pinot Noir, Netflix and for a brief time, Boris Johnson. One thing the British have never quite got is American obsession with peanut butter, sure we'll put it on toast but that’s about it. What's with the peanut butter and jelly sarnies, the Reese's Pieces and the fool’s gold loaves, we query? Trust those barmy Americans to stick the stuff in a beer then. Yet it turns out, just like 3 ship loads of tea, they smashed it! It's dark and rich with a luxuriously creamy texture. The beer emits flavours of chocolate coffee and roasted peanut. It is a truly wonderful off-dry stout! Perhaps us Brits should start shoving peanuts in more stuff.

  15. Whitstable Bay Blonde Box Case of 12

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    Whitstable Bay Blonde Box Case of 12

    £24.00

    Whitstable Bay Blonde Lager is a refreshing contemporary lager, distinguished by it's unique hop character. Spicy overtones perfectly balanced by the scent of fresh flowers giving an enhanced drinking experience.

  16. Wiper & True Milkshake Stout Case of 12

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    Wiper & True Milk Shake Stout Case of 12

    £43.20

    "Our Milk Stout brings all the boys to the yard and they’re like, it’s better than yours..." Poor Wiper and True, how many times do you reckon they've been burdened with that Kelis reference? We would hazard a guess at billions, hopefully us piling on won't hurt. It is astonishingly good though, we reckon this rich stout with heaps of vanilla and chocolate balanced with malted barley, could bring any boy to any yard. Given Milkshake was recently awarded 5 stars at the Beer Awards 2017, we’ll have to say, "sorry other milk stouts – it’s better than yours, apparently, they could teach you but they'd have to charge.

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