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10-10-2017, 13:20   #1
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Who`s going? Not seen a beer list yet but should be another good event.
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10-10-2017, 18:43   #2
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Beer list is likely to be posted on Monday once deliveries arrive and beers are confirmed as on site.

Lists will be split up into:
Cask, keykeg, world beers (bottle/can) and cider/Perry
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Planning on doing the Friday night, probably stick to the world and keg bars

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Keg list is up

Abbeydale Heather
Abbeydale/Blue Bee Are There Hops In Hell?
Abbeydale/Ass Clown Don't go Bacon My Heart
Abbeydale Wanderer #2 Gooseberry Saison
Abbeydale Unbeliever Blueberry Breakfast Saison,
Thornbridge Lukas
Thornbridge Abacaxi
Thornbridge Coritani
Weird Beard Gumball
Weird Beard Sawa Sawa
Magic Rock High Wire Grapefruit
Magic Rock Bearded Lady Dessert Edition
BBNo 22/01 Cuvee
BBNo 10/10 Coffee Porter
Burning Sky Saison L 'Automne
Lines Strawberry Lemon Grisette
Siren Tickle Monster
Verdant Maybe One More Psi
Verdant Bloom
Buxton King Slayer
Beavertown Gamma Ray
Black Iris Black, Strap and Bourbon
Kernel Table Beer
Kernel Pale Ale
Fourpure Peach Iced Tea Pale
Wiper & True Kalaidescope
Wild Jambo
Elusive Cheat Mode Stout
Cloudwater Momora Sour
Chorlton Toffee Apple Sour
Alpha State Pale Ale Simcoe & Centennial.
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I hope there will be proper, no-nonsense half pint glasses this year (as at, e.g., Barrow Hill...a good strong festival glass). Sheffield for the last couple of years has provided thin goblet-type things which just isn't what many of us look for at a traditional fest...
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I hope there will be proper, no-nonsense half pint glasses this year (as at, e.g., Barrow Hill...a good strong festival glass). Sheffield for the last couple of years has provided thin goblet-type things which just isn't what many of us look for at a traditional fest...
I prefer the stemmed glasses to the standard half glass. Last year they had a choice of a stemmed half or a straight pint pot. In fact, my 2016 glass broke in the dishwasher last week, so I'm ready for a new one
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Planning on doing the Friday night, probably stick to the world and keg bars

---------- Post added 11-10-2017 at 09:36 ----------

Keg list is up

Abbeydale Heather
Abbeydale/Blue Bee Are There Hops In Hell?
Abbeydale/Ass Clown Don't go Bacon My Heart
Abbeydale Wanderer #2 Gooseberry Saison
Abbeydale Unbeliever Blueberry Breakfast Saison,
Thornbridge Lukas
Thornbridge Abacaxi
Thornbridge Coritani
Weird Beard Gumball
Weird Beard Sawa Sawa
Magic Rock High Wire Grapefruit
Magic Rock Bearded Lady Dessert Edition
BBNo 22/01 Cuvee
BBNo 10/10 Coffee Porter
Burning Sky Saison L 'Automne
Lines Strawberry Lemon Grisette
Siren Tickle Monster
Verdant Maybe One More Psi
Verdant Bloom
Buxton King Slayer
Beavertown Gamma Ray
Black Iris Black, Strap and Bourbon
Kernel Table Beer
Kernel Pale Ale
Fourpure Peach Iced Tea Pale
Wiper & True Kalaidescope
Wild Jambo
Elusive Cheat Mode Stout
Cloudwater Momora Sour
Chorlton Toffee Apple Sour
Alpha State Pale Ale Simcoe & Centennial.

Keg....the spawn of Satan. Get thee behind me!
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Beer list is likely to be posted on Monday once deliveries arrive and beers are confirmed as on site.

Lists will be split up into:
Cask, keykeg, world beers (bottle/can) and cider/Perry
Actually should be sooner, a few tweaks to the website currently being worked on then it will go live
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Keg....the spawn of Satan. Get thee behind me!
These are Keykegs, they only contain Good CO2 not Bad CO2
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Any recommendations from the keg list anyone?
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Any recommendations from the keg list anyone?
Bearded Lady, tickle monster, maybe one more psi, bloom, black strap bourbon and whatever the kernel pale is
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12-10-2017, 13:49   #11
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BBN Cuvee is superb. I'll also be heading for the Chorlton Toffee Apple sour, the Lines Lemon Strawberry, and the Fourpure Peach Tea.

Personally won't be bothering with the Abbeydale, but that's purely cos I'll get them in local pubs, there's some really interesting beers there
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Still nothing remotely resembling the sweet dark brew that refreshes "Jakeys" throughout Scotland.
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Still nothing remotely resembling the sweet dark brew that refreshes "Jakeys" throughout Scotland.
And for that we can all be truly thankful.
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I prefer the stemmed glasses to the standard half glass. Last year they had a choice of a stemmed half or a straight pint pot. In fact, my 2016 glass broke in the dishwasher last week, so I'm ready for a new one
The best practice is to have a strong, straight-sided, heavy-based HALF pint glass...as at Barrow Hill. Very few if any weak points, unlike the goblets. One of the BH glasses fell out of a high kitchen cupboard recently and just bounced!
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Surely any self-respecting beer geek will have an array of suitable, tailored receptacles? I may even carry an extra weisse 1 litre glass in case of extreme thirst.
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The best practice is to have a strong, straight-sided, heavy-based HALF pint glass...as at Barrow Hill. Very few if any weak points, unlike the goblets. One of the BH glasses fell out of a high kitchen cupboard recently and just bounced!
Only becomes an issue if you drop the glass...
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Sweet, dark frothy beers in flimsy plastic glasses. Delicious and no breakages.
If you were "glassed" all you got was wet!
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Really looking forward to this. I'll be there at the start Wednesday and have taken the day off work on Thursday to hit the afternoon session.

I did the same last year and really enjoyed the chilled, not packed atmosphere of the Thursday afternoon.
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Here is all the festival information and how it works for those that haven't been before..

The venue is Kelham Island Industrial Museum, off Alma Street, S3 8RY. Nearest tram stop is Shalesmoor (Blue or Yellow route), nearest bus stops are Nursery Street (routes 3, 3a, 7 and 8 ) or Gibralter Street (routes 31, 57, 81, 82, 85 and 86). Note the museum car park will be closed on festival days.

Website - www.steelcitybeerfestival.co.uk.

At the gate you pay your entry fee and glass deposit. Entry prices vary by session (See below). The festival glass costs £2 which you keep hold of to drink out of for the duration of your visit then you can either hand it back and claim the deposit back as you leave or keep the glass as a souvenier. There is a choice of traditional pint glasses or fancy stemmed half pint glasses. All have the festival logo and a sponsors logo and all also have a third pint line for those wanting to try smaller samples. The pint glasses also have a half pint line so you aren't forced to drink pints!

If you need to rinse your glass out for the next drink you can ask at the Millowners Arms bar, do it yourself at the drinking water stations by the cider bars, do it yourself using the sinks in the indoor toilets are alternatively visit the glass return stand and exchange it for a clean one.

Beer and cider is paid for by tokens (basically paper money) you buy from the token desks dotted around the site. Beer & Cider available in third, half and pint measures. Food vendors accept cash.

Note we cannot accept card payments at the festival, the nearest cash machine is at Tesco Express at the end of Alma Street.

The festival layout is across the following areas:
Upper Hall (access via footbridge): Cask beers - breweries A-K, Cider & Perry, International bottled and canned beers, music stage, stalls.
Marquee: Cask beers - breweries L-Z, Cider & Perry, International bottled and canned beers, games, stalls.
Millowners Arms: Bradfield Brewery bar
Brearley Room: Keykeg beers
Courtyard: Street food vendors, toilets
Engine Room: River Don Beam Engine (see programme for demonstration times).

Choosing your drinks: The beers and ciders we plan on having available are listed in the programme (printed copies are available for 50p each) and will soon be on the festival website. A4 cask end labels will be displayed on all the cask and keykeg beers plus all the ciders and perries with the name, strength, price and brief description. The bottle bar will have a list on the bar. If unsure feel free to ask the bar staff who are all volunteers there to share their passion for beer or cider and will be happy to make suggestions based on your taste.

VEGAN & GLUTEN FREE OPTIONS - will be available, check the festival website for details.

Cask Beer, Bottled/Canned beer & Cider availability: all drinks will go on sale, subject to cellar team quality control, at opening time on Wednesday. Once sold out they are sold out - therefore at the end of the week a reduced range will be available but we still aim to have a reasonable choice throughout. However if you really want to try specific beers/ciders from the list I reccommend coming on Wed/Thur.

Venue capacity: There are no advance tickets or session change times, admission is first come first served. Once the venue's capacity is reached it will be one in one out on the gate and at busy times such as Friday night and Saturday afternoon there may be a wait time - therefore it is advisable to get down early if you can!

Opening hours, admission costs and entertainment:

Wednesday 18th October: Open 5pm-11pm. Free entry. Opening ceremony with a representative of festival charity and judging of the champion beer. (No music tonight).

Thursday 19th October: Open midday-11pm. Free entry before 5pm. After 5pm entry is £2 (free for CAMRA members). Live music from 8pm - Do$ch.

Friday 20th October: Open midday-11pm. Entry £3 for 5pm, £5 after (£1/£2 for CAMRA members). Live music from 5pm with J&M Select, The Beat Merchants and Highway Child.

Saturday 21st October: Open midday to 10pm. Entry £3 (£1 for CAMRA members). Live music from 2pm to 9pm with Loxley Silver Band, J&M Select and Vegas 6. Charity pub quiz in marquee at 4pm.

FOOD

Yuley's - Bratwurst and Burgers (in the courtyard)
Sunshine Pizza - Freshly baked pizzas (in the courtyard)
Lets go Mexicana - Fish & Chips (in the courtyard)
Meltworks - Grilled cheese sandwiches (in the courtyard)
Sunshine Pies - Hot and cold pies (in the upper gallery hall)
Oddfellows - chocolate treats (in the upper gallery hall)
WI - home made cakes and buns (Saturday only)
Pipers Crisps (TBC)

CHARITY

There will be collection buckets around the festival for Weston Park Hospital. You may wish to consider donating unspent beer tokens to the charity instead of claiming the refund. The proceeds from the sale of quiz sheets on Saturday will also go to the charity.

CAMRA - the Campaign for Real Ale

The festival is organised by volunteers from the Sheffield & District branch of CAMRA. The national organisation was founded in 1971 to promote the availability and appreciation of traditional good quality real ale and beer consumer rights. The campaign has adapted over the years and these days the issues are more about supporting community pubs, getting a fair deal on tax and other issues that threaten the ability to enjoy good beer in a good pub. There is also a social side of CAMRA with events organised including brewery tours, guided pub crawls and more. Overall it is an organisation for anyone that loves beer and pubs!

If you are already a CAMRA member you will get discounted entry into the beer festival, if you aren't but are interested in joining there will be a membership stand at the festival, come say hello, sign up and we may even sort you out with a free pint! More about membership can be found at www.camra.org.uk/joinus.

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THE CASK BEERS
- all beers subject to availability
- this list is provisional as the beers aren't delivered until Monday. An updated list will be available on the festival website in due course.

Abbeydale Voyager #5 6.0
Abbeydale Deception 4.1
Abbeydale Strong Ale #1 10.3
Abbeydale Pilgrim 5.0
Abbeydale Salvation #5 5.8
Abstract Jungle Easy 4.4
Acorn Red Oak 4.5
Acorn Pretty Green 3.5
Acorn Old Moor Porter 4.4
Allendale El Dorardo 4.2
Almasty Hops 4.9
Almasty El Dorardo and Azacca Pale 4.0
Anarchy Citra Star 4.1
Anarchy Antichrist 6.7
Arbor SMAC My Brew Up 4.8
Art Brew Outsider 5.2
Art Brew Baby Anarchist 3.2
Ashover Zoo 5.5
Ashover Thor Cake 5.8
Bad Seed Play the Knave 6.0
Barlow Pacifica 4.3
Barlow Anastasia 7.5
Belleville Commonside 5.0
Black Iris Oatmeal Pale 4.2
Black Jack Mo Mild Mo Problem 4.0
Black Jack/Box Social Kalooki 6.9
Blue Bee Citra IPA 5.0
Blue Bee American 5 Hop Version 13 4.3
Blue Bee Ekuanot Red 4.7
Blue Bee Ginger Beer 4.5
Blue Bee Tia Maria Milk Stout 5.7
Blue Bee/Regather Pale 3.9
Bradfield Brown Cow 4.2
Bradfield Jack O'Lantern 4.5
Bradfield Yorkshire farmer 4.0
Bradfield Farmers Blonde 4.0
Bradfield Cherry Beer 4.2
Bradfield Stout 4.5
Bradfield Sixer 6.0
Bradfield Millowners Special 4.5
Brew Foundation Little Bitter That 3.8
Brew Foundation Free Beer 4.4
Brew Monster Leviathan IPA 4.0
Brew York Haasts Eagle 5.5
Bricknell Bosphorous 5.6
Bristol Beer Factory Fortitude 4.0
Castle Gate Towy Gold 4.4
Cat Asylum Wartime Oaty Mild 3.4
Chin Chin No Biggie 3.5
Chin Chin Fat Fuse 4.6
Clarks Endeavour 4.1
Colly Fobble Bob On 3.8
Colly Fobble Dunna Wittle 3.4
Crafty Devil Mickey Rayner All Dayer 4.2
Crafty Little Brewery Black Rye-no 4.6
Crouch Vale Ten 46 4.8
Crouch Vale Simcoe 3.8
Cwrw Ial Limestone Cowboy 4.5
Cwrw Ial Pothole Porter 5.1
Donkeystone DPA 4.7
Drone Valley Dronny Bottom Bitter 3.7
Drone Valley Green Man IPA 5.3
Drone Valley Unstone Stout 4.5
Eagles Crag Alter Eagle No.2 4.5
Elland 1872 Porter 6.5
Elusive Level Up 8 5.0
Emmanuales Jonah and the Pale 5.0
Emmanuales Oh Hoppy Day 6.1
Exit 33 Azacca IPA 5.0
Exit 33 Mosaic 4.1
Exit 33 Carbon copy 6.0
Eyes Babre Rouge: Mixed Berries 4.9
First Chop AVA 3.5
First Chop SUP 3.9
First Chop POD 4.2
Five Points Brick Field Brown ale 5.4
Five Towns Day at the Races 3.9
Foxfield Walnut Porter (Dry hopped Citra) 6.2
Framework Cascadian dark 4.6
Framework Pacifica Pale Ale 4.2
Fuggle Bunny Chapter 1: New Beginnings 4.9
Fuggle Bunny Chapter 2: Cotton Tail 4.0
Fuggle Bunny Chapter 3: Orchard Gold 5.0
Fuggle Bunny Chapter 4: 24 Carrot 6.0
Fuggle Bunny Chapter 7: Russian Rare-Bit 5.0
Fuller's/Moor Rebirth 6.0
Furnace Fun Sponge 4.4
Fyne Jarl 3.8
Geeves Waimea 4.5
Geeves El Dorado Red 4.3
Good Chemistry Steady State 5.0
Great Heck Voodoo Mild 4.3
Great Heck Trafalgar 4.0
Great Heck Black Jesus 6.5
Grey Trees Diggers Gold 4.0
Grey Trees Valley Porter 4.7
Half Moon Dark Masquerade 3.6
Hammerton Apprentice No More 4.5
Hammerton Panama Creature 4.3
Harbour Ellensburg Session IPA 4.3
Hawkshead Windermere Pale 3.5
Heavy Industry Collabarator 5.0
Hogarths Taste the High Life 4.4
Hop Jacker Three Valleys Green Hop 5.2
Hop Jacker Hopjacked Comet 4.8
Hop Jacker Javahoppy 6.0
Hopcraft Polskiego Projektu Junga 4.5
Hopcraft Traitor to a Beautiful Cause 3.8
Horbury Ales JFB Ernest 3.9
Horbury Ales Tiramisu 4.3
Imperial Classic Bitter 3.9
Imperial/Steel City Get in the C 5.0
Imperial/Steel City International Man of Misery 5.2
Imperial/Waen Chocolate Mousse 4.0
Intrepid Session IPA 3.8
Intrepid New World Amber 4.2
James and Kirkman/Fernandes James and Luis 4.0
Kelham Island IPA of the Dead 5.9
Kelham Island Moore Beer for Brian 4.7
Kelham Island Waterloo Sunset 4.0
Kelham Island Pale Rider 5.2
Kelham Island A Hatful of Badges 4.5
Legitimate Industries Bank Job 4.3
Lines Small Beer CRYO Hop 3.2
Little Critters Shire Horse 4.3
Little Critters Chameleon: Mosaic 5.5
Little Critters C Monster 6.5
Little Critters Little Hopper 3.6
Little Critters Nutty Ambassador 6.0
London Beer Lab Mosaic and Equinox 5.0
Lost Industry Pale Ale: Raspberry and Vanilla 4.6
Lost Industry Pale Ale: Fruits of the Forest 4.6
Magic Rock Hat Trick 3.7
Magic Rock Dark Arts 6.0
Mallinsons Calypso 3.9
Mitchell's Independent 4.0
Mitchell's Dennis 4.5
Mitchell's Butchers Bitter 4.0
Mitchell's Madness IPA 5.0
Mobberley Brewhouse Boom Juice 3.6
Moody Fox Cub Best Bitter 3.8
Moody Fox Vixen Pale 4.5
Moor Radiance 5.0
Neepsend Citra IPA 5.5
Neepsend Double Century IPA 7.2
Neepsend Maia 3.8
Neepsend Bunyip 4.5
Neepsend Salted Caramel Stout 4.9
Nomadic Pariah 4.6
Nomadic Heretic 5.2
North Riding Tiramisu Porter 4.5
North Riding Brew Pub Peasholm Pale 4.3
North Riding Brew Pub Doomguy 6.2
North Riding Brew Pub/Off Beat DIPA 8.1
North Riding/Blue Bee Variations 5.0
North Riding/Steel City/ISBF Raspberry Citra 4.8
Northern Whisper Openchops 4.0
Peak Ales Swift Nick 3.8
Peak Ales Paxton 4.4
Penistone Amber Brew 4.3
Pentrich Brick by Brick 4.5
Pentrich Badly Drawn Gun 4.5
Pig and Porter Stout: Slow Black 5.1
Raw Independence 4.1
Raw New Dawn 4.9
Revolutions Big in Japan 4.5
Revolutions Swoon 4.5
Saltaire Raspberry Blonde 4.0
Sentinel KbS Kissmeyer Breakfast Saison 6.0
Sentinel AcW Apricot Cumin Wit 5.5
Sentinel APA Citra Amarillo 4.4
Sheffield Crucible Best 3.8
Sheffield Five Rivers 3.8
Sheffield Fresh Start 2017 4.0
Sheffield Seven Hills 4.1
Sheffield Sheffield Porter 4.4
Shiny New World Pale 3.7
Shiny Happy People 4.2
Siren Half Mast 2.8
Staggeringly Good Impact Porter 5.4
Stancill Black 3.7
Stancill Mosaic 4.1
Steel City Demons Are Back 5.0
Steel City Some Men Want to Watch the World Burn 5.0
Steel City/Imperial Scraping the Barrel 6.7
Tapped Stout 4.0
Tapped Mojo 3.6
Tempest Elemental Dark 5.1
Thornbridge Jaipur 5.9
Thornbridge Pivni 3.2
Thornbridge Guthrie 4.3
Thornbridge Cocoa Wonderland 6.8
Thornbridge Sampo 5.0
Three Blind Mice/Bakers Dozen Upside Down Black IPA 7.4
Three Brothers Halt Deine Lederhosen Fest 4.4
Tiny Rebel Random Number Generator 4.8
Titanic Plum Porter 4.9
Titanic Kolsch 4.4
Toolmakers Lynch Pin 4.0
Toolmakers Black Edge 5.2
Toolmakers Razmataz 4.2
Torrside Strange Cousins from the West 5.1
Torrside I'm Spartacus 6.8
Totally Brewed Crazy Like a Fox 4.5
Townhouse Titan Rye 4.6
True North MANA 5.0
True North Blonde 4.0
True North Pale Chinook 4.3
Turning Point Summer Grove 6.0
Turning Point Lucid Dream 5.0
Twisted Angel Tawny Mild 3.5
Twisted Angel Shapeshifter Pale 4.0
Untapped Sundown 4.0
Untapped Monnow 4.2
Vocation Chop and Change: Galaxy 4.5
VOG Chaos 5.0
Waen (Brewed at Hopcraft) Pamplemousse 4.2
Waen (Brewed at Hopcraft) A Rush and a Push 4.7
Weird Beard Curse of Ryeclops 7.5
Weird Beard/Steel City God of the Cold White Silence 5.5
Welbeck Abbey Ernest George 4.2
Welbeck Abbey Kaiser 4.1
Wild Weather Bello Di Mamma 6.0
Wild Weather Babel Tree 3.0
Wishbone Volk 3.9

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THE KEYKEG BEERS
- subject to availability and confirmation
- not all beers will necessarily be on at the same time
- bar sponsored by Beer Central

Abbeydale Heathen
Abbeydale/ Blue Bee Are There Hops in Hell?
Abbeydale/ Ass Clown Don't Go Bacon My Heart
Abbeydale Wanderer #2: Gooseberry Saison
Abbeydale Unbeliever #3.3 Blueberry Breakfast Sour
Thornbridge Lukas
Thornbridge Abacaxi
Thornbridge Coritani
Weird Beard Gumball
Weird Beard Sawa Sawa
Magic Rock High Wire Grapefruit
Magic Rock Bearded Lady Dessert Edition
Brew By Numbers 22/01 Curvee
Brew By Numbers 10/10 Coffee Porter
Burning Sky Saison La'Automne
Lines Strawberry Lemon Grisette
Siren/ To Ol Tickle Monster
Verdant Maybe One More PSI
Verdant Bloom
Buxton King Slayer
Beavertown Gamma Ray
Black Iris/ Reubens Black Strap & Bourbon
Kernel Table Beer
Kernel Pale ale
Fourpure Peach Iced Tea Pale
Wiper and True Kaleidoscope
Wild Beer Jambo
Elusive Cheat Mode
Cloudwater Sour
Chorlton Sour
Alpha State PS

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WORLD BEERS (BOTTLES/CANS)
- all subject to availability
- list curated by Hop Hideout

Pirate Life Golden Era
Timmermans Framboise Lambicus
Timmermans Kriek Lambicus
Huyghe Floris Strawberry
Siphon Blinker
Hanssens Artisanaal Oudbeitje
St Bernardus Tripel
Garden NEIPA 02
Bernard Family Bernard Bezlepkový Ležák
Brasserie La Debauche Nevermore
Brauerei C & A Veltins Pilsener
Cölner Hofbräu Früh Kolsch
Ayinger Altbairisch Dunkel
Schneider Weisse Tap 7 – Original
De Molen Rasputin
Lervig Hop Drop Sour
Brewski x Cycle 50 States of Freedom
Two Roads Two Juicy
Hardywood Park VIPA
Arcadia Cereal Killer
Evil Twin Molotov Cocktail

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CIDER & PERRY
- all subject to availability

Black Rat/Moles Perry Medium sweet 7.5
Bottle Kicking PPP Fruit medium 4.0
Bottle Kicking Cranberry & Cherry C2 Fruit medium 4.0
Broadoak Moonshine Medium 7.5
Broadoak Perry Sweet 7.5
Broadoak Pheasant Plucker Medium 4.5
Celtic Marches Abrahalls Thundering Molly Medium 5.2
Celtic Marches Abrahalls Lily the Pink Medium 4.5
Cockeyed Mad Jack Dry 5.0
Cockeyed **** Bird Sweet 5.0
Glebe Farm Ginger Fruit medium 6.0
Glebe Farm Strawberry Fruit medium 6.0
Gwynt Y Ddraig Black Dragon Medium dry 7.2
Gwynt Y Ddraig Happy Daze Medium 4.5
Gwynt Y Ddraig Fiery Fox Medium 6.5
Gwynt Y Ddraig Two Trees Perry Medium sweet 4.5
Lilley's Mango Fruit sweet 4.0
Lilley's Strawberry Fruit sweet 4.0
Lilley's Bee Sting Perry Medium sweet 7.5
Lilley's Somerset Scrumpy Dry 7.5
Lilley's Cheeky Pig Medium 7.5
Lilley's Crazy Goat Pyder Medium 6.8
Lilley's Mulled Cider Spicy 4.0
Lilley's Honeyed Medium sweet 4.0
Orchard Pig Ginger & Chilli Sweet spicy 4.0
Orchard Pig Navel Gazer Dry 6.0
Saxbys Plum Fruit medium 3.8
Seacider Hardcore Dry 7.2
Seacider Medium Medium 4.6
Seacider Medium Dry Medium dry 5.8
Seacider Medium Dry Medium dry 5.8
Seacider Marmalade Fruit medium 4.0
Snailsbank Fruit Bat Fruit sweet 4.0
Snailsbank Rhubarb Fruit medium 4.0
Thistly Cross Elderflower Sweet 4.0
Thistly Cross Whiskey Cask Dry 6.9
Thistly Cross Traditional Medium 4.4
Thistly Cross Original Medium 6.2
Three Cats Dry Dry 6.7
Three Cats Medium Medium 6.7
Three Cats Stoke Red Sweet 7.5
Westcroft JJJ Medium 6.0
Woodthorpe Hall Owd Barker Dry 10.8
Woodthorpe Hall Ruby Suzie Medium sweet 8.6
Woodthorpe Hall Spinning Jenny Medium 5.5
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