New Beers have arrived!
Something new on the shelf from North Brewing Co.:
Their core range and seasonal specials epitomise what we look for in a beer: big juicy flavours with tonnes of hops; fun, playful and interesting flavour combinations; classics that demonstrate an uncompromising approach to quality.
Some cracking accolades to go along with some equally great beers!
Voted ‘Best IPA in 2017’ in the Imbibe ‘IPA Challenge’ for Transmission
Named ‘Best Brewery Pub Company‘ in The Publican Awards‘
Awarded ‘Best New Brewery‘ in West Yorkshire in the Rate Beer Awards
We have been extremely lucky to get our hands on some fine beers this week, not all of our selection brings big hitting DIPA's but instead we have brought in two limited collaborations; a 3.3% table beer and a slightly more adventurous 6% Belgian IPA listed below.
Something new on the shelf from Two Roads Brewery:
Some look at the idle, old manufacturing buildings that dot the landscape throughout New England and see blight. When the boys saw the proud old “U.S. Baird Building”, a beautiful symbol of America’s past manufacturing power, and the opportunity to revitalize a great piece of history! (Not to mention an ideal building for a brewery.) Two Roads Brewing has everything from a large tasting room to enjoy tasting through their beers, to enough space for events and private parties.
Two epic new 'Gose' made our shelves a few weeks back listed below.
Something new on the shelf from Brewdog:
Martin and James were bored of the industrially brewed lagers and stuffy ales that dominated the UK beer market! They decided the best way to fix this undesirable predicament was to brew Their own. Consequently, in April 2007, BrewDog was born.
Both only 24 at the time, leased a building in Fraserburgh & got some scary bank loans, spent all the money on stainless steel and started making some hardcore craft beers.
Martin and James started brewing tiny batches, filling bottles by hand and started selling a small handful of beers at the local market and out of the back of their beat up old van.
Our biggest mission when we set up BrewDog was to make other people as passionate about great craft beer as we are. And that is still our biggest mission today.
- Kevin Metcalfe