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Twelve beers carefully selected for you and delivered to your door.
The current selection includes:
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
Deep copper coloured beer with a fresh slightly fruity nose, a traditional style bitter with a dry hoppy finish.
Allergens: All our beer contain Barley, Wheat and Oats.
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:
A dry pale ale that derives its colour and body from cara malt and notably an inclusion of rye.This dryness is complemented by an assertive bitterness originating from an addition of English Admiral hops.Hop aroma, distinctive but not overpowering, draws bold inspiration from New Zealand and is augmented by a subtle addition of American hops.
An up to date twist on classic pilsner styles.
With a golden colour and subtle bitterness balancing the malt body, this beer demonstrates a distinctive citrus aroma from European and American hop varieties.
Care and dedication in the brewing process combined with four weeks maturation enhances the drinkability of this modern beer.
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."
* We reserve the right to amend the contents of the selection subject to availability. However in this selection we will aim to maintain 12 beers from a mixture of breweries.