Another beer that references their brewery home, this time in terms of the time it took to get things up and running, Double Time is also one of many hazy, hoppy beers bearing the Quiet Deeds name – a policy the unpacked DE filter and centrifuge at the packaging end of their warehouse suggests is set to continue.
Crack a can and you know there's been a massive amount of late hopping involved (with popular US varieties Mosaic, Simcoe and Citra); it's like you're inhaling freshly shredded hops. From the murky haze arise aromas from grassy and piney to candied lime and citrus. The malt bill barely gets a look in as flavours are dominated by pithy citrus and something approaching a grippy, resinous bitterness amid what's a relatively full and soft body.
- DDH Pale Ale