The 3rd in a series of IPAs exploring the depths and breadths of modern IPA brewing. Ekuanot, Ella and Enigma hops are used in the kettle, whirlpool and dry hop delivering a complex hop profile of tropical fruit, over ripe mango, red currants and spice. A slightly more complex malt bill including oats and a small portion of Cara Red gives a little balancing sweetness, whilst an American Ale yeast strain keeps the beer clean, precise and bright.
Developed as a style by brewers in the Baltic states when trying to emulate the exported Porters of the UK, bottom fermenting Lager yeast and cold fermentations were used in place of warm, Ale fermentations. Aromas of chocolate and roasted coffee dominate the nose, along with notes of herbs & spice. The palate is smooth and chocolatey, with a touch of sweetness balanced by a gentle bitterness.
Table beers are in vogue today but this sessionable style has sustained folk for centuries. Anspach & Hobday's blend of Jester and H. Blanc hops give flavours of lemon, lychee and spice. American ale yeast and pilsner malt lend a bright, clean character whilst the low-ABV keeps it light, fresh and effortlessly drinkable.
Inhale sweet aromas of caramel, fruit, some toffee and biscuity malts, with a little spice and orange peel. Indulge in the taste of caramel, butterscotch and subtle spicy hops, making this the perfect Christmas after-dinner tipple!
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.
A German classic and one of our favourite beer styles, it is as relevant today as it's ever been. Naturally hazy and full of flavour, with notes of banana and clove, it's as refreshing on a warm day as it is comforting on a cold one.
Dark and strong. Full of sweet malt character, toffee and liquorice. Chased along by a big hard hitting bitterness with blackberry, citrus and aniseed. The sort of beer to poke you in the eye and pinch your Christmas presents!
This dry-hopped pale ale is deliciously refreshing. The nose has hints of pine and honey. Packed full of flavour from citrus-heavy hops with a twist of fresh lime to create a crisp, zesty beer. We serve it cold from the fridge in a straight sided half pint glass and enjoy it on its own, with a spicy Thai curry or a well-stacked chicken burger.
Aromas of cracker, light honey and pepper this lager is crisp, balanced with a suitable level of bitterness to ensure it has a dry, refreshing bite. Keep it nice and chilled. We drink it straight from the bottle. Feel free to pour yours into a glass if you want. Goes well with any food eaten on a hot summer’s day.