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Drop back to the 80s but not with your beer. How about eight bottles and eight cans to keep you going and jiving to the tunes from your Walkman, I mean streaming...
This is the current selection. 8 Different bottles and 8 Different Cans!
The Selection Consists Of:
Brewed with classic Pilsner ingredients this is an ale for lager lovers or a lager for ale lovers! Rated 99/100 from Rate beer.
Traditional British session beer turbo-charged with Mosaic dry hops. Easy drinking yet full flavoured Session IPA.
A new world take on a classic European pilsner, light, refreshing, crisp and perfectly balanced with citrusy New Zealand hops. Go on give it a try…..just roll with it !
Tyne Bank Brewery:
This is a light pale ale with a refreshing mango twist.
A hoppy American Pale Ale
This darker rye lager displays both distinctive malt and hop characteristics.
Cara and crystal malt feature whilst a healthy dose of rye adds fullness and a hint of spice to the body of the beer.
American hops provide a refreshing bitterness to balance the malt and an aroma that complements the rounded sensation the lager delivers.
Four weeks maturation blends the component elements to deliver smooth drinking satisfaction.
A light pale lager reflecting all the brewing values and beliefs of Freedom.
Four ingredients producing an inherently British lager conditioned for a minimum of four weeks resulting in a refreshing beer delivering both flavour and satisfaction.
A delightfully hoppy bitter. Clean & Crisp with a light golden colour and refreshing bitter after taste. Champion Beer of Cheshire 2009
Bronze in Best Bitter category Champion Beer of Britain 2011
Brewed using the finest organic British ingredients to create a clean, crisp and well balanced lager. Dry hopped using classic British Sovereign hops for a wonderfully complex aroma.
Brewers Notes:"You can really taste the quality and flavour of the organic ingredients in this clean, crisp sessionable lager with a truly British character."