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Number Nine Brewery Roundup

by Rob
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Rather than writing our usual whole page review for a beer, we’ve come up with this mini review page for Number Nine Brewery Beers at Quays Pacific Bar & Grill.

Quays Pacific Bar and Grill Beer 3・キーズ パシフィックビール3Number 8 Wheat Ale Details

ABV: 4.2%


Style: Spice beer / Wheat ale


Number 8 Wheat Ale Mini Review

Appearance: Hazy light golden yellow colour with a thin, sticky white head on top.

Nose: Junipers and wheat nose to it. Once warmed up, some hints of lemon juice and a little pithy peel too.

Taste: Coriander and juniper kick to it, with some lemon astringency to it. Smooth but easy drinking.

Number 9 IPA Details

ABV: 5.1%


Style: American IPA

Number 9 Mini Review

Appearance: Dark amber colour with a white head that collapses fast to leave no lacing on the side.

Nose: Woody, caramel, with some dank notes to it. A little thin on the aroma though. Some grassy notes to it once it warms up.

Taste: Low bitterness permeated by the dank and woody notes to it. Body is a little thin to support the flavours. Leaves a woody caramel flavour on the palate.

Number 9 Coffee Stout Details

ABV: 4.1%


Style: Coffee stout

Number 9 Coffee Stout Mini Review

Appearance: Pitch black with a slightly off-white tan coloured head. Head fades fast leaving very little lacing on the side of the glass.

Nose: Huge coffee nose when chilled that gets stronger when warmed up. Chocolate and slight roasted black malt nose too when warmed up.

Taste: Huge coffee hit with the black malts bring a slight acrid kick to it. Smooth though considering the amount of coffee flavour. Lingering coffee flavour on the palate.

Quays Pacific Bar and Grill Beer 4・キーズ パシフィックビール4Number 9 Runner’s Pale Ale Details

ABV: 1.2%


Style: American Pale Ale / Session Pale Ale

Number 9 Runner’s Pale Ale Mini Review

Appearance: Slight hazy golden colour with a white head that leaves lots of lacing on the side of the glass.

Nose: Full on grapefruit and lemon aroma with some hints of pineapple too once warmed up.

Taste: At 1.2%, lacks a punch in the body but full on hop bitterness and flavour. Plenty of citrus fruits on the palate that linger and proved to be refreshing.

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