Spring Mini Beer Festival Ales

Spring Mini Beer Fest 2018


Our annual Spring Mini Beer Fest contunues until Saturday. The beers available are listed below - all at £2.40 a pint.

What's on:

Salopian Harbinger
3.7% - Hadnall, Shropshire
Harbinger is bold, spicy and floral. It is deliciously intense without being overpowering. A white grape and lychee nose leads to a fresh, textured palate with a fruity finish.

Triple fff Pressed Rat and Warthog
3.8% - Alton, Hampshire
A complex mild, perhaps not in the traditional sense, but Triple fff like their beers hoppy! Ruby coloured with a coffee/chocolate aroma, hints of dried fruits and sour cherry leads to a soft yet full roast flavour, fruit and malt vying with the rounded hoppy bittersweet finish. Not only for the mild fanatics but the bitter lovers too.

Purple Moose Cwrw Ysgawen / Elderflower Ale
4.0% - Portmadog, Gwynedd
Cwrw Ysgawen / Elderflower Ale is a refreshing pale ale brewed from Welsh mountain water and natural ingredients. Cascade hops are used for aroma, with the added indulgence of elderflowers, creating a superb floral bouquet and a delectable sweet citrus finish.

Loddon NOTUS Ale
4.7% - Dunsden, Oxfordshire

A copper coloured American Pale Ale - a tropical hopfest, brewed with Citra, Centennial, Sterling, Cascade and late hopped with even more Citra. Intensely hoppy, yet still well balanced with a rich mouth feel. Previously brewed as POTUS (President of the United States) but the name has been changed since the 2017 election result.

Goose Eye Pommie's Revenge
5.2% - Crossflatts, West Yorkshire

A light golden coloured, all English, extra strong, single-malt bitter, brewed in the traditional manner with only the best English ingredients.

What's gone:

Peerless Lottie Dod
4.2% - Birkenhead, Merseyside
A moreish amber ale with a good malt backbone and a hint of bitterness from Cascade, Columbus and East Kent Goldings hops. The Wirral-born Lottie Dod is Britain’s most versatile sportswoman - five-times Wimbledon winner (and the youngest), British Ladies Amateur Golf Champion, played twice for the England Women’s National Field Hockey Team and won silver for Archery in the 1908 Olympics!

To come:

Coastal Summer Breeze
3.9% - Redruth, Cornwall
Refreshing and hoppy flavours from the all English hops make this a really easy-drinking golden beer.

Hambleton Stud Blonde
4.3% - Melmerby, North Yorkshire
A wonderfully smooth-drinking, golden blonde beer. Aroma hops give a delicacy and subtlety to the robust full-bodied flavour. And it's also gluten-free!

And in bottles:

Three dark bottled beers at £3.00 per 300ml bottle:

Wylam Macchiato
6.5% - Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear
A Hazelnut Praline Coffee Porter with a complex grain bill for extra body and mouth feel, lactose providing that smoothness for a cold brew hazelnut coffee to shine through in this winter warming porter.

Pressure Drop How We Roll
5.8% - Tottenham, North London
Rich dark malt and Belgian candy syrup are the backbone of this super smooth Chocolate Stout. Brewed in collaboration with Bristol’s Lost & Grounded, How We Roll is made with Pressure Drop’s house Belgian yeast strain and cacao shells from the award winning Land Chocolate.

Wild Card Ace of Spades
4.7% - Walthamstow, East London
A classic London Porter with flavours of rich chocolate, smooth caramel and a roasted coffee edge. Full-bodied and deliciously dark, Ace of Spades pours black with red undertones, giving aromas of chocolate and caramel, and flavours of dark chocolate, plum and roasted coffee.

And a draught cider:

At £2.40 a pint:

Hallets Real Cider
6.0% - Newport, Gwent
A medium still cider made from aged Dabinett cider blended with the current year’s new production.
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