Straight from the depths of the ocean, Beavertown have released this powerful Double IPA which has been brewed using jumbo oats, wheat and Idaho 7, Vic Secret, Citra and Sabro Cryo hops. Notes of sweet tropical fruits, hints of coconut and pineapple on the palate. ..
A wonderful collaboration between Dogfish Head and Beavertown to celebrate the beer rating platform Untappd’s 10th Birthday.This extremely limited edition 5% kettle sour is crammed full of local blackberries and raspberries it leaves a mildly sour yet juicy fruit tang that keeps you coming back. Wit..
A limited edition SUPER Session IPA from the team at Beavertown that has buckets of flavour! The Sabro and Simcoe dry hops used give notes of grapefruit and tangerine along with a touch of pine and plenty of body. Only 2.8% ABV so very sessionable and approachable without compromising the flavour!..
What started life as a home brew quickly progressed to so much more! This is a light, refreshing IPA with plenty of hops balanced with the Extra Pale malts. A dangerously easy-going IPA to be enjoyed at any time...
A very exciting limited edition from the team at Beavertown, think lots of tart, passionfruit sweetness that will keep your tongue tingling! This Berliner Weisse has been brewed with extra pale barley and malted wheat before being kettle soured with Lactobacillius and lots of passionfruit puree. Tro..
A collaboration between Hopefully and Black Donkey Brewing. Together, they bring to you an Irish Saison. This Saison is clear proof that Irish brewing is more diverse than simply black or red. Crafted using Irish barley, Irish water, and most importantly of all, Irish Yeast, the result is an easy-dr..
Inspired by local legends of tribesmen stealing neighbouring tribeswomen disguised as sheep, this Irish saison boasts a sharp tartness which is counterbalanced elegantly by a lingering malt sweetness and lively, natural carbonation. Expect stone fruit, citrus and black pepper topped by subtle hop bi..
The team at Black Donkey Brewing have gone above and beyond to craft an entirely unique beer with this one. in 2017, they went about isolating a unique, strain of yeast, indigenous to the locality of the brewery. On March 8th 2018 the first viable yeast strain called ‘Morrigan Strain #1’ was used in..