Category Archives: Session Ales

Sly Fox – Feral Brewing Co (AUS)

Could this be my new favourite session ale? The quantity consumed over Easter with me old mucker from over the ditch would indicate a resounding ‘yes’. And at 4.5%, it makes for a good session! Luckily it was on special all month at $$$’s* for the whole of April.

image of a can of Sly Fox featuring........ a fox.
For fox sake, have a sly one!

As mentioned before, I’m becoming a fan of the can. Feral Brewing Co‘s Sly Fox pours incredibly fresh, full of sherberty fizz and like a good rugby team, a nice tight head. Cloudy straw colour, it has a ¬†summertime stone fruit aroma and beautiful undertones of peaches with a hint of crisp conference pear. It might sound like you drinking a puree’d fruit salad but there’s great balance there and the result is fresh and exciting, just like Kool’s girlfriend.

Hunt this fox down and have sly one.

Not only am I a fan of the can, I’m a fan of The Jam too. Here’s a little Bruce Foxton number, ‘News Of The World’…….

  • I’ve made the executive decision not to mention the name of the liquor warehouse¬†until they stump up sponsorship

 

 

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