By mistake I posted some comments on a couple of beers in the wrong thread, so I cancelled the post there and will summarise here what I said.
First up was a 25 cl of IPA at Three Brewers, their current seasonal special. It was advertised on one of those cardboard shelf-talkers on the bar, it had an attractive image of a three-masted ship surging through the blue seas. The beer was good, with an American taste as advertised but you could also get the Belgian-style house taste that all the beers have there IMO. These beers are perfect for food, their yeasty edge is perfect for that, but I like them less as quaffers on their own.
Next up was at Volo, Dunham IPA Belge. It poured with a vigorous head and it must be due to a humdinger of a secondary yeast, something of a brett nature I'd say. Good matured taste, earthy and yet still sweet from the malt. Reminded me somewhat of Orval, in colour too. The bubbles in the abundant foam were larger than I've seen before in any beer, could be that secondary yeast showing its stuff. Excellent artisan product.