Beer Tasting Notes
Thornbridge Brewery, Jaipur, 5.9%
Flavoursome I.P.A. packed with citrus hoppiness that`s nicely counterbalanced by malt and underlying sweetness and robust fruit flavours.
Timothy Taylor's Brewery, Havercake, 4.7%
This is a robust Yorkshire Ale with a full taste of malt and oats. It was originally brewed to honour the soldiers of the Duke of Wellington's Regiment, affectionately nicknamed 'The Havercake Lads'. The name is derived from the oatmeal breadcake that was the staple food of the Yorkshire Pennine towns and villages where most of the soldiers lived.
Vocation Brewery, Assembled with care, 4.5%
Hoppy, thick and citrussy, this beer is a perfect combination of ingredients that have been carefully assembled to balance notes of berry, apricot, passionfruit and citrus fruits.
Welbeck Brewery, Fruit Arcade, 4.7%
This fruity pale ale uses a blend of hops from three different regions to give a fresh and clean fruit punch flavour, with an overarching grapefruit flavour from Chinook.
Beermats Brewing Ltd, Matte Black4.7%
Smooth stout with chocolate notes and finished with salted caramel sweetness.
Ossett Brewery, White Rat, 4.0%
This very pale, hoppy ale is made from low colour malt. A combination of Cascade, Columbus and Amarillo hops produce an intensely aromatic and resinous finish.
Lincoln Green Brewing Co, Buttermuch, 5.5%
Sweet? Bitter? Moreish. Butterscotch sweetness is balanced by hop bitterness in this moreish smooth dark ale.
Vocation Brewery, Abduction, 5.5%
Surrender yourself to this uplifting raspberry and plum Imperial Stout. Dark, rich and sweet, the flavours in this brew are out of this world.