Beer Tasting Notes
ON TODAY - Monday 17th February
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.
Black Sheep, Best Bitter 3.8%
A perfect Yorkshire bitter - light amber, grassy fresh with a hoppy bite.
Welbeck Abbey Brewery, Kaiser 4.1%
Kaiser Wilhelm kick started The Great War following the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, however the archduke was almost killed in a shooting accident at Welbeck in 1913. Could it have altered the course of history?
Our Kaiser uses premium German lager hops which give this extra pale beer it’s biscuity-sweet but refreshingly herbaceous flavour.
Roosters – Little Changes 4.3%
Showcasing two new UK hops (Mystic and Godiva), Little Changes is an approachable pale ale displaying notes of tangerine, blackcurrant, white grape and a hint of spice.
Twisted Oak Brewery,Spun Gold 4.5%
A beautiful golden ale brewed with just one single malt (pale malt) and late hopped with Perle and Willamette. Another fantastic smooth tasting beer.
Ossett Brewery, Silver King 4.3%
Consistently popular for fifteen years, Silver King is perhaps Ossett’s best known beer and the winner of many prestigious awards. A simple combination of pale malt and American Cascade hops result in a crisp, dry, refreshing bitter in which the aromas of citrus fruit are pleasingly well balanced.
Charles Wells Brewery, Bombardier 4.7%
"Bombardier is the definitive English Bitter, perfectly balanced with a dry personality."
Rooster's Brewing Co, Highway 51- 3.7%
Brewed with a blend of Mosaic, Centennial and Rakau hops, juicy, tropical fruit flavours come to the fore in this dry-hopped, sessionable pale ale that’s backed up by a hint of citrus and a grapefruit finish.
Acorn Brewery, Drop Kick 4%
Straw coloured ale, well hopped with a fruity palatte
Acorn Brewery, Barnsley Gold 4.3%
This award winning golden beer has good bitterness levels, with a fresh citrus and hop aroma. A hoppy flavour throughout with a well hopped clean, dry finish. A CAMRA Champion Beer of Britain Finalist in 2004.
Welbeck Abbey Brewery, Admiral Keppel 4.3%
Under Admiral Keppel’s command of the channel fleet in 1778, a great battle against the French ended poorly. Keppel was accused of treason by parliament and tried by court martial, but acquitted in 1779. The Duke of Portland and others were made commemorative English gold anchor pins to thank them for their support throughout.
A golden English ale brewed with Admiral hops which brings pithy bitterness and the delicate aroma of spiced oranges.
Oldershaw Brewery, Heavenly Blonde 3.8%
This pale blonde beer has become a real head turner. Packed with zesty, super-refreshing tropical fruits with a strikingly crisp, dry finish. This is Blonde Volupta’s little sister, and is therefore another top secret recipe. Once again, though, Citra hops are believed to be involved…
Timothy Taylor Brewery, Boltmaker 4%
‘The Brewers’ Favourite. Named after one of our favourite local pubs, Boltmaker is a well-balanced Yorkshire Bitter that was awarded CAMRA Supreme Champion Beer of Britain in 2014 and Champion Beer of Britain – Bitter category in 2016.
Thornbridge – Astryd 3.8%
This juicy pale is unfined therefore naturally hazy and vegan friendly. The hop profile of Crystal and Mozaic gives this beer a finish of tropical fruits such as guava and mango.