Spring Mini Beer Festival Ales

The Spring Mini Beer Festival is now over, but we still have a fair few ales left over as listed below.  But hurry - they won't be around for long!

What's on

at £2.40 a pint

High House Farm Anniversary Ale, 3.5%
Matfen, Northumberland
A dark ruby mild, with a lovely fruity aroma and a hint of caramel. A real easy drinking session ale.

Bosun's Maiden Voyage, 3.9%
Horbury, West Yorkshire
A traditional Northern English ale, chestnut brown in colour, gently bittered using Fuggles English hops. An excellent session beer that received the 2013 SIBA North East Bronze Award for standard bitter.

1648 Triple Champion, 4.0%
East Hoathly, East Sussex
An old-fashioned style, chestnut coloured bitter - deeply flavoured and full-bodied with a malty finish. Originally brewed to mark the third County Championship win for Sussex County Cricket Club.

Stonehenge Eye Opener, 4.5%
Salisbury, Wiltshire
A beautiful light golden premium bitter traditionally brewed using only the finest quality Stonehenge Spring Water, barley and light crystal malts, whole hops and the brewery's own top-fermenting yeast. This dry and smooth beer has a hint of toffee, which complements the citrusy and spicy flavours trailed by a lingering bitterness.

Salopian Velocity, 5.3%
Hadnall, Shropshire
An American Pale Ale possessed with citrus and mango running through its veins, twisting and spiking to a rich tropical culmination. Named after the Primal Scream song Velocity Girl.

What's waiting

Acorn Darkness, 4.2%
Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Aromatic roasts give a deep red colour and Fuggle hops give a mild level of bitterness and aroma. Winner of the Bronze Mild Award at last year's Great British Beer Festival.

And a cider

at £2.40 a pint

Tiny Rebel Rocksteady, 5.5%
Newport, South Wales
Tiny Rebel have collaborated with Hogan's Cider in Warwickshire to create this  fruity number that's crisp, tangy and super drinkable.

And in 330ml bottles

at £2.50 each

Fierce Beer Peanut Riot Porter, 6.5%
Aberdeen, Scotland
Peanut Riot is seriously good porter with a hit of chocolate, dark roasted peanuts and a little salt that will satisfy chocolaholics, peanut fans and beer drinkers alike.

Buxton Imperial Black, 7.5%
Buxton, Derbyshire

A full-bodied, jet-black IPA with a pale-tan head and abundant fresh hop aromas suggesting zesty citrus pulp and forest fruits.
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