Seven Bro7hers have found a unique way to upcycle less than perfect cereal - make beer with it! What a brilliant idea! Cornflakes rejected by Kellogg's have found its way into Throw Away IPA.
Throw Away IPA is a hazy orange-hued golden ale with a loose, frothy off-white head that disappears to leave a patchy layer. Although quite lightly fragranced, it smells of sweet, juicy fruit on an underlying base of hops.
Much like the aroma, the flavour is very very weak and there's not much taste to it at all. It tasted like a very watery squash to me with a slight bitterness in the aftertaste. A slight buttery corn flavour develops after a while but an overall weak flavour coupled with a thin, watery body completed the whole disappointing experience.
Although it's a great idea, there's just nothing much to it at all. It's not a drain pour by any means, it's just like lightly flavoured sparkling water. It's not for me so Ale not Be Seeing You again.
Brewed by Seven Bro7hers Brewery, Manchester
My Untappd score: 2.75/5