At long last it's my last Stewart Brewing beer review for a while. Between LIDL beer festivals and my trip to Edinburgh it's fair to say I've covered most of their beers, in fact I think I've now reviewed more of their beers than any other brewery. Anyway I drank Stewart Brewing Skeleton Blues on the train home from Edinburgh. Everyone loves a train beer right? Plus it made it feel like I was still on holiday as the brewery is just a few miles outside the beautiful Scottish capital. Stewart Brewing Skeleton Blues is a 5.2% hazy IPA that comes in a 33ml can.
The beer pours a hazy fresh lemonade colour with a reasonable white head. You'll get a pretty strong citrus and tropical fruits aroma with pineapple coming through about the strongest. The mouth feel is light to medium, and it's certainly quite a hoppy beer. Stewart Brewing Skeleton Blues is yet another in a long line of fruity IPA's that all taste pretty similar to me, sure it's fruity, and pineapple is certainly the driving force, but it's nothing that's not been done before. 6 out of 10.