Brewed with Vienna Malt and Oats, an amazing mouth filling malt base. Hopped with beautiful Mosaic hops, renowned for their tropical fruit beauty, helped along with some nice orangey Amarillo hops both at the end of the boil and in the dry hop. It is unrefined, so naturally hazy. A moreish bitterness is complimented by tropical fruit tastiness.

The Wild Beer Co – Bibble Review

Balancing sweetness in beers is achieved in many many different ways. Gauging the zesty bitterness from hops with roasted or smoky aromas from special malts through an earthy character from the yeast, Bibble seems to achieve this well. It pours clear from the can with an amber colour with a small thin white head. The nose is juicy, bitter-sweet serving up brown bread, with tropical fruits, wooded pine and caramel. The taste is zingy and juicy, with the right level of bitterness. It provides a doughy, tropical fruits aftertaste and a light varnish with citrus peel that delivers a dry, not overly bitter finish. The beer has a medium body and a good level of carbonation.

The Wild Beer Co - Bibble
  • Appearance: Amber with a thin white head
  • Smell: Juicy, Brown bread, Tropical fruits
  • Taste: Doughy, Tropical Fruits, Orange Peal
  • Feel: Crisp, Malty, Dry


Overall: a good all round stout that delvers on its promise.

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