Titanic Brewery's regular Plum Porter Grand Reserve is based on their multi-award winning Plum Porter; The Grand Reserve is a darker, stronger version beer produced in limited volumes in the winter. It's matured in their conditioning tanks for 21 days. The longer process and added strength gives this beer an even deeper, richer flavour.
With the Grand Reserve Port Infused they have upped their game another step, infusing the Plum Porter Grand Reserve for even more richness and luxury. The perfect fireside pint on a dark, winter’s night!
TASTING NOTE: A connoisseur’s version of Plum Porter. Expect the same fruity, sweet tones with a stronger, more intense, matured taste. One to savour.
Attic's flagship pale and the culmination of their quest to produce a session strength beer that has the flavour and body to stand up to stronger counterparts. Hazy and juicy, flavours of pineapple and ripe peaches with a touch of pithy bitterness on the finish.
Citrus and stone fruit flavours, leaning towards grapefruit and apricot with more than a hint of blackcurrant. A little bitterness helps give structure and depth.With artwork inspired by the control panel of New Street station's iconic signal box, Signals is a bit of Brum in a can.
Mosaic DDH Pale
Mosaic hops are as much at home in a well-balanced Pale as they are in an intense Triple IPA. Enjoy that distinctive blend of dark berries, tropical fruits and pungent dankness at a more easy-going ABV.
Hopped with Simcoe in the boil and dry-hopped with Citra and Mosaic, JUPA has bold, juicy citrus flavours and a tropical fruit character bursting with pineapple, mango and papaya. It was brewed with a touch of wheat and oats for a silky malt backbone, allowing the West Coast hops to shine.
BIG LIGHTNING is a Belgian IPA brewed in collaboration with hop masters Yakima Chief Hops from the Pacific Northwest.
For this beer Villages use a pale, oaty grist to allow the hops to shine, and ferment it with Bastogne yeast (which they used for their much-loved Belgian Pale Ale, LIL’ LIGHTNING). For BIG LIGHTNING the green-fingered hop wizards brought along their wares to add Ahtanum® and Centennial in the whirlpool, followed by a dry-hop of Idaho 7® and more Centennial. Lush!
This, Braybrooke's second collaboration with Brummie local legend and Michelin star chef Brad Carter, inspired by the scent and colours of the meadows surrounding their brewery.
A Pils malt base is the backbone of this beer in which Tettnanger hops have been used for their hay and floral character, enhancing the herbal notes of the foraged wildflowers. Meadowsweet, elderflower and woodruff have been sun-dried and infused into the beer, resulting in an intensely floral potpourri.
Five Points' take on the traditional English brown ale, coupled with floral American hops. Malt-forward and robust, with earthy aromas and flavours of demerara, smooth oak and hazelnuts. Balanced by the floral, elderberry-like aromas of the Willamette hops.
Five Points Best is a single-hopped Best Bitter, brewed with Fuggles hops from Hukins Hops. Refreshing and smooth, Best has notes of caramel and biscuit, and a lovely grassy, herbal freshness that makes you want to reach for another one.
We all burst into bright colours, flowers, sparks from time to time. This beer is for those moments of brightness, vibrance, and joy. Burst Into Bright is an IPA, hopped solely with NZ Cascade and fermented with the same Kveik yeast as Queer Brewing's core pale ale Existance Is A Redical Act, resulting in beautiful layered floral, citrus, and tropical notes. Burst into this moment with us.
This malty, dark lager has been brewed with Pilsner, Munich, Carapils, Chit, and Carafa Special III malt as well as Beech-smoked barley malt to impart a subtle smoked quality. Fermented low and slow on the lager yeast W-34/70.
A simple, traditional Belgian ale, brewed with Saaz hops for a lemon floral aroma, and spice and pepper notes from the farmhouse yeast. Classic, dry and refreshing.
Fitzgerald is a sweet and decadent pastry stout, brewed with heaps of bittersweet chocolate and a glut of roasted hazelnuts. It pours jet-black with a creamy off-white head and coats the mouth with smooth and luxurious flavours that linger and soothe.
Chimay 150 was brewed for the first time in 2012, as a limited edition (150,000 bottles), for the brewery's 150th anniversary.
Chimay 150 is a strong, blond beer that is refreshing and fruity, tasty and intense. Its mint, bergamot, lime and eucalyptus aromas will take you on a surprising journey. Its delicate hints of rosemary and clove go perfectly with the subtle floral notes, enhanced by a touch of invigorating ginger. Its mellow, rounded boidy and smoky, spicy flavour are typical of Chimay beers, and will leave you with an exquisitely sophisticated aftertaste.
Brewed only for the Christmas and New Year. Its appearance is a superb warm copper to red colour, recalling "Nocturnum" except in its taste. It hides its subtlety by multiple levels of flavor and should be approached with confidence, with a tinge typical Christmas, sauced with a sweet touch, then bitterness.
Unmistakable fruity notes of caramel and honey are brought to life during the traditional maturing and storage. The beer is then bottled unfined. Just like a tru Bavarian, this Kellerbier is not only reassuringly rustic, but also beautifully smooth, refreshing and mild.
Anchor's annual Christmas Ale is a subtly spiced and sumptuously smooth winter warmer. This year’s brew marks the 47th annual release of this Anchor holiday tradition.
Back in 1975, Anchor released the first holiday beer in America since Prohibition. Year after year, Anchor creates a new, secret recipe with a unique hand drawn label for their Christmas Ale, but the intent with each brew remains the same: joy for the changing seasons and celebration of the newness of life. With a heavily guarded, confidential recipe, Christmas Ale is sold only from early November to mid-January. The 2021 Anchor Christmas Ale is a one-of-a-kind, featuring the highest ABV at 7% and darkest appearance of any vintage. Yet, this year’s release is easy-drinking and approachable for everyone at a holiday gathering or virtual event.
Anchor's annual Christmas Ale is a subtly spiced and sumptuously smooth winter warmer. This Magnum serving offers you a chance to go back in time to 2018 (their 44th annual release) and see how these fantastic beers age.
Back in 1975, Anchor released the first holiday beer in America since Prohibition. Year after year, they create a new, secret recipe with a unique hand-drawn label for their Christmas Ale, but the intent with each brew remains the same: joy for the changing seasons and celebration of the newness of life. With a heavily guarded, confidential recipe, Christmas Ale is sold only from early November to mid-January. This highly anticipated seasonal delight is complex and full in flavor, packed with toasty cocoa notes, roasted malts and strong aromas of resinous pine.
“Each year, we bring something new and interesting to this traditional holiday beer while maintaining its signature style,” said Anchor Brewmaster, Scott Ungermann. “Our 2018 Christmas Ale has varying specialty malts, lending rich flavors of brûléed sugars, holiday spices and freshly baked banana bread with a velvety finish. The aromatics are quintessential for the holiday season: nutty candied yams and resinous pine. It pours a nice mahogany brown color with a fluffy, tan head.”
As each Christmas Ale recipe evolves, so does its hand-drawn packaging, created by long-time Anchor Illustrator Jim Stitt, who has been creating Anchor’s Christmas Ale labels since 1975. Since ancient times, trees have symbolized the winter solstice when the earth, with its seasons, appears born anew. For the 2018 release, Stitt created a brimming Korean Pine Tree for the label. Native to both North and South Korea, the Korean Pine Tree is a symbol of peace and a reminder of the spirit of the season. It flourishes in the picturesque botanical gardens just north of San Francisco, Anchor’s home base.
The beautiful warm, dark hues of Chimay Grande Reserve and its compact light-brown head put on a spectacular show. This beer is without a shadow of a doubt a match made in heaven between luscious fruity aromas and delicious chocolate. It begins with a light sweet note before the creamy caramel transitions to a soft mocha combined with an intense spicy taste, culminating in a delicious candied fruit finish. The delicious overall flavour develops into a pleasant lingering aftertaste, triggering a subtle warm feeling and the sensation of pure chocolate.
First brewed in 1954 as a Christmas beer, this has quickly become an essential part of the Chimay range. It has an incredible aging capacity, which is how it earned the sobriquet ‘Grande Reserve’.
A chance to explore the Delirium range all packed up in a handy gift box. What you get:
1 x Delirium Tremens 33cl (8.5%) - strong, golden and complex pale ale.
1 x Delirium Red 33cl (8.0%) - wonderfully fruity beer, deep dark red with a few aroma hints of almond and a taste which is balanced between sweet and sour.
1 x Delirium Nocturnum 33cl (8.5%) - strong, dark Belgian ale with a soft mouthfeel followed by pleasant bitterness from hop and roasted and chocolate malt.
1 x Delirium Argentum 33cl (7.0%) - full-bodied complex amber ale with a touch of caramel and spicy, citrus-like bitterness.
Not to mention a Delirium branded Glass to enhance your enjoyment!
Duvel is a natural beer with a subtle bitterness, a refined flavour and a distinctive hop character. The refermentation in the bottle and a long maturation, guarantees a pure character, delicate effervescence and a pleasant sweet taste of alcohol.
This attractive gift-set from Duvel Moortgat brings together Duvel, the classic strong ale, accompanied by De Koninck Tripel D’Anvers, Liefmans Fruitesse fruit beer and La Chouffe blonde ale - a great Belgian selection for any beer lover. Each pack contains:
A wonderful amber-colored winter beer to enjoy together on long, cozy winter evenings. This Liefmans Glühkriek is at its best when served at a temperature of 70°C. Heartwarming and delicious.
The beer has a mild, sweet taste and a surprisingly nice, refreshing and fruity finish. This glühbeer is brewed with pure cherries and a distinctive blend of herbs and spices: cinnamon, cloves and star anise.
Considered to be amongst the best of abbey beers, Maredsous are clean tasting, very drinkable and the authentic beer of the Benedictine monks of the Abbey of Maredsous in the Belgian Ardennes. The pack contains: