Beer Tasting Notes
ON FROM TODAY - Thursday 24th September
Thornbridge, Jaipur 5.9%
Flavoursome I.P.A. packed with citrus hoppiness that`s nicely counterbalanced by malt and underlying sweetness and robust fruit flavours.
Zest Brewery, Newton's Drop 4.1%
Sumptuous caramel and roasted nut malts, grassy hops and a lasting bitter finish.
St Austell Brewery, Proper Job 4.5%
A powerfully authentic IPA, Proper Job is brewed with a blend of imported American hops. It is a real treat of a beer with a growing reputation and is loved by beer enthusiasts far and wide. Perhaps the forerunner of all modern IPAs in the UK!
Black Sheep, Best Bitter 3.8%
A perfect Yorkshire bitter - light amber, grassy fresh with a hoppy bite.
ZestBrewery, Atomic IPA 4.5%
A shimmering IPA with a zesty fusion of Citra and Apollo hops.
Tollgate Brewery, Ashby Pale 4.5%
Traditionl English pale ale with cirrus notes.
Timothy Taylor, Landlord 4.3%
The drinkers’ favourite, a classic pale ale with a complex citrus and hoppy aroma. A recent survey revealed that Landlord has the highest proportion of drinkers who call it their favourite ale.
It has won more awards than any other beer, winning both CAMRA’s Champion Beer of Britain and the Brewing Industry Challenge Cup four times.
Ossett Brewery, White Rat 4.0%
This very pale, hoppy ale is made from low colour malt. A combination of 3 American hops produce an intensely aromatic and resinous finish. Winner of many beer of the festival awards.
Pentrich Brewing Co, Postcode Envy 4.3%
A naturally hazy session pale, hopped to the high heavens with Mosaic. This beer is full of bold citrus & blueberry flavours with subtle pine notes, with a moderate bitterness in the finish.
Oakham Ales, Bishops Farewell 4.5%
A golden, premium beer with a smooth, malty background, rich and fruity hop flavours and a refreshing finish.
First brewed in 1996 in honour of William John “Bishop Bill” Westwood on his retirement as Bishop of Peterborough. Bishops Farewell pioneered the use of the USA sourced Cascade hop – the variety that launched the craft beer revolution.
Roosters Brewing Co, First World Problems 4.5%
A deliciously complex, smooth and decadent stout, brewed with the addition of salted caramel. Bold and indulgent, a luxurious combination of chocolate, sweet caramel and a touch of salt are intertwined with roasted malt characteristics.