Weird Beard's very own Little Things That Kill IPA is now available in cans, which is good if you prefer small metal cylinders to glass cylinders which taper near the top. Boldly hoppy, this one.
Launched in the London beer scene in early 2013, the Weird Beard Brew Co began with the express outlook not be stereotyped, and instead to focus on brewing hop-focused beers in classic styles. A company that valued an experimental, non-conformist and attitude-forward process, creators Gregg Irwin and Bryan Spooner (both of whom sport pleasingly large beards, the name isn’t without basis) got their start home-brewing award-winning beers before they made the successful transition to a commercial brewery.
The Wild Beard Brew Co has since established a full flavoured core range, w