Tinkers Piss Quite deceptive this beer, in that it has the appearance of a light summer ale, and yet the strong taste and alcoholic content of a fartified wine.
Vinegary at first, the potent odour of yeast gives way to a warmer figgier aroma which lingers and then seems to collapse somewhat inevitably into dung.
For its robust stench alone I will give it 3/5.

Old Wanger  Of all the monstrous oddities that dwell in the ocean there can be none as malodorous and hideous as the legendary "Old Wanger", a giant bastard of a fish so deformed and feared that Sailors and Fishermen alike were fabled to lose their minds after just one sighting of the terrible beast.
In tribute to "Old Wanger" comes this new celebratory ale which has a distinct undertone of barnacles and lighter kelpy nasal notes to finish.
I'll give "Old Wanger" the respect he deserves with 4/5.