London's oldest microbrewery, Twickenham Fine Ales, has created a craft beer range with a more modern feel.

Old Hands was launched last week (17 November) and currently consists of five new beers:

Strawberry Saison, Session IPA (4.7 per cent ABV), Coconut Porter, Rauch (a smoked beer), and a double IPA called DIPA.




Marketing director, Ben Norman, said the move was an attempt to reach a new audience of drinkers.

"We are delighted to be able to bring this new, innovative and beautifully balanced range of beers to the market, with the launch of Old Hands," he said.

"Our aim is to reach a whole new audience of typically younger craft beer drinkers who would normally associate Twickenham with more traditional cask beers."

The range is currently available in keg and in 330ml bottles.

Check out our beginners guide to craft beer if you think it might be something you should get into - or has the backlash against hipster beers already begun?