I love Weird Beard. Every one of their beers have a great name, but they’re also backed up with quality. Little Things That Kill is no different. One of their core beers, Weird Beard is a session IPA that does everything that a session beer should do. It’s light, refreshing, has a low ABV and is highly drinkable. To me, too many beers that describe themselves as “session beers” don’t fulfil what I personally would classify as the requirements for being sessionable – it should be very low ABV (no more than 4%), it should be light, it should be crisp, refreshing, and easy to drink.
Little Things That Kill (LTTK) is all these things. Right from when you pour it, you can tell it’s going to be a very pleasant drinking experience – it’s got a light, golden, sunny appearance with a fruity, floral and citrusy aroma which follows through with a citrusy and hoppy which has huge hits of grapefruit and hints of lemon. But, while LTTK has a lovely flavour, it’s just how the beer feels as you drink it that really sets it apart – while it does start off slightly bitter, it gets smoother as you drink it, and has a wonderful refreshing zestyness to it which makes this a highly quaffable beer. If you plan on sitting out in a garden and drinking the afternoon away, LTTK should definitely be one of the beers that you have in your cool box.
A lovely, refreshing and easy to drink session IPA. Highly quaffable.