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  • Writer's pictureChris

Brew Review: Saucery Session IPA by Magic Rock Brewery

Updated: Aug 19, 2020

I have only tried and handful of beers from Huddersfield brewery Magic Rock Brewery and Saucery Session IPA isn't bad at all although it is a tad too bitter for my tastes, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have some really nice traits.

Sadly I ’m not picking up much from the aroma, but the taste is refreshing. There are some biscuity notes, it comes through a little sweet and then finishes in a really bitter burnt toast with marmalade kind of way. The colour is a light straw and pretty clear.

I’d say that it’s a solid session IPA from magic Rock that does taste better the more you drink it. That could be said of most beers but I genuinely feel that this beer improves to more you drink it. As it is only 3.9% abc you can have a few cans and by the time you get to the third can, it'll probably taste really good. Please remember to drink responsibly.

This cost £2 from Tesco (also available at most supermarkets) or direct from the Magic Rock Brewery.

Taste: 7/10

Value for money: 8/10

Final Rating: 7.5/10

Saucery Session IPA

MALTS: Acidulated, Dextrin, Golden Promise, Oat

HOPS: Amarillo Lupulin Power, Citra Lupulin Powder, Ekuanot Cryo, Mosaic Lupulin PowderYEAST: London Fog

ABV: 3.9%



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