BREWER: Bullhouse Brew Co., Leinster, Ireland

STYLE: Pale Ale

ABV: 5.5%

VESSEL: 440ml tin

TWITTER: @bullhousebrewco

INSTAGRAM: #bullhousebrewco

DATE OF POST: 29th January 2023



Rolling Papers. What a terrible name for a beer. 

Have you ever had the misfortune to drink from a fag ashed can? You know, the one that everyone has used for their ashtray, mostly filled with dog ends and a little bit of backwashed beer. 

I have. 

And it’s terrible. 

And, to be clear Rolling Papers doesn’t taste of that. Not in the slightest. But to call a beer Rolling Papers… I mean, come on! 

If you’re wondering, the beer itself isn’t too bad. It’s perfectly fine. Nothing to write home about. 

But I was lost at the name. Checked out. And the beer ain’t good enough to outshine that.

End of. 

In my opinion, anyway. 

Sammy’s Rating: 54%



There are many way’s of earning points when a beer goes under the hooters of MOB.

Some decent packaging will get a brew a few. A good name will chalk up a few more. If the beer has a decent aroma some more marks will be awarded. And obviously if a beer tastes good then the majority of points will be dished out here.

Now for me Rolling Papers ticks all of the boxes. The concept is a little flawed yes, but from name to tin art to taste… I’m all over this brew.

Simple but very cool can! Awesome name! Bangin nose! Great look in glass as well as mouthfeel! And a really tasty drop!

Our Dublin based brewers have created a very well balanced and easy drinking pale here. Early sweetness replaced by bitterness make Rolling Papers a crushable and very enjoyable beer indeed.

Jymi’s Rating: 88%



MOB review next weekend: BODDINGTONS by AB InBev

Sammy & Jymi – Musing on Booze weekly since 2017

Twitter: @museonbooze

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