Porter - Café Racer is a multi-award-winning porter that is fuelled with locally roasted Sumatran Espresso coffee and Madagascan Vanilla. It pours pitch black with espresso on the nose, has a rich velvety mouthfeel and a long smooth vanilla finish.£4.25
Deya - Something Good 11 6.2%
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The latest in the Something Good Series, number 11 is an Amber IPA. Expect citrus and dank dry hop notes, going toe-to-toe on a layered backdrop of light crystal and biscuit malts. Mosaic, Amarillo, Citra and El Dorado on the exchanges.
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Sour - This tart ale is packed with a supergroup of seasonal berries, with sweet notes of raspberry, blackberry and blackcurrant that balance off a puckering sour punch. This is a beer with the ROAR levels turned up to 11, so let's get jammin'!£4.00
Pale Ale - If you're fond of sand dunes and salty air, consider Norfolk. Sweeping coastlines that define the region as much as the vast skies. Instantly recognisable, our coastal dunes perpetually shift with each tide, gently changing the landscape in a state of continual variation. Sweeping Coast is resinous, bright and fresh yet subtlety undulating on a journey, one that is always set to home.£4.25
Brown Ale - This American Brown Ale has been brewed with a doff of the cap to the first wave of American craft brewers. A considered malt bill gives good mouth feel backed with a deft use of classic U.S. hop varieties in the copper and dry hop.£4.50
IPA - With the base beer of Mu Mu Cat, Rock Leopard have created a modern day classic West Coast IPA and dry hopped it with Chinook & Amarillo hops. So you will get pleasant and pronounced bright tropical fruit flavours & aromas of Melon, Orange, and stone fruits.Herbal aromatic pine, citrus, floral notes and a clean bitter finish.£6.00
IPA - Much like its literary namesake, this resplendent Shangri-La session IPA is a mystical, harmonious brew that summons flavours of ripe and juicy tropical fruit. Complimenting its rich flavour profile with a beautifully soft and viscous mouth-feel, wherever you may be, just one sip will whisk you away to paradise.£4.25
Porter - This is a truly indulgent beer. With a recipe laced with dark toasted malts, dried fruits and lemon zest, a six month stint in oak cognac barrels elevates things to a whole new level. Distinctive notes of rich dried prunes linger at the fore, with sweet marzipan flavours adding to the festive feel. Store and serve chilled.£7.75
NEIPA - The use of Kveik yeast produces some amazing flavours during fermentation. Full bodied & hazy, we dry hopped with Amarillo, Mosaic and El Dorado for flavours of stone fruit, mango and pear, developing into a subtle spicy finish.£5.25
Sour - Raspberry gose pours opaque and vibrant red in colour. Aromas of fresh fruit dominate with hints of tangy yoghurt in the background. Tart raspberry coulis hits your senses with the first sip and lingers with the full, smoothie-like body and a saline lick from Cornish sea salt.£5.25
IPA - this is a juicy, vibrant batch of Quintet that showcases the very best in modern hop farming from New Zealand and America. The lineup for this recipe features five glorious varieties, renowned for their punchy, citrus aromas, with Nelson Sauvin introducing fruity top notes of white wine and gooseberry. Best drunk fresh.£4.50
Pale Ale - Sabro is a hop we’ve been on the periphery of, but haven’t had the chance to brew with just yet. The newest hype hop finally landed in our cold store just as we were arranging a collaboration with our friends at Chamonix-based Big Mountain Brewing Co, and it seemed as if it were written in the stars to use this hop for the occasion. Paired up with a Polly’s stalwart in Citra, and named for Scott’s truly awful George Takei impression, this beer is absolutely massive on pineapple, coconut, and creamy tropical fruit flavours.£5.00