Freedom Brewery Selection - Vegan Friendly (12x330ml bottles) - Rugeley, Staffordshire
All Freedom Lagers are certified by the Vegan Society as suitable for vegetarians and vegans and free of Isinglass.
Freedom Brewery is based in Staffordshire and has been brewing since 1995.
In this selection you will get twelve 330ml bottles of Freedom Brewery's finest British lagers.
The current selection includes:
- 2 x Freedom Amber - 4.7% (Lager, 330ml Bottle)
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.
- 3 x Freedom Four British Lager - 4.0% (Lager, 330ml Bottle)
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.
- 2 x Freedom Organic Helles Lager - 4.8% (Lager, 330ml Bottle)
A reflection of the Munich Helles style. A pale balanced lager that uses a clean malt canvas to showcase Hallertau Tradition hops.
This full bodied beer displays infinite subtlety in delivering a range of delicate flavours. Being organic and vegan it represents both premium quality and choice to the discerning drinker.
- 3 x Freedom Pils - 4.4% (Lager, 330ml Bottle)
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.
- 2 x Freedom Pale Ale - 4.2% (Pale Ale, 330ml Bottle)
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.