Righto this is what we have ordered, tried to ordered or are attempting to order – this is no means complete, and there will be plenty more added over the month. Don’t take it as gospel! 🙂
Abbeydale, Sheffield – Frolicker 3.8% Sorachi Ace session IPA
Abbeydale, Sheffield – Iced Tea Dead People 4.6% With peaches, sencha tea & hibiscus
Abbeydale, Sheffield – Mandarin Claw of Death The tangerine, fruity, sweet flavours of the new German Mandarina Bavaria hops balanced nicely by the floral citrus notes of the Amarillo.
Abbeydale Full English Breakfast 4.8% Rich dark stout with cocoa, coffee and maple syrup
Alechemy, Edinburgh – Up and Atom 4.8% A more-ish IPA using American Ahtanum, Chinook and Columbus hops to combine for a wonderful hop profile.
Amber – Barnes Wallis 4.1% an easy-drinking IPA-style bitter, copper-coloured for a full malt flavour and hopped with Northern Brewer and spicy Syrian Goldings
Boss Bright 3.8% session Pale Ale brewed with NZ hops, lemon and orange peel.
Brains, Cardiff – Bread of Heaven 4.0% Distinctive reddish hue and rich hop aroma, finely balanced by a moreish fruit finish.
Bullards, Norwich – No.5 4.0% Deep red in colour, malty, easy-drinking bitter, delicately hopped with English and American hop varieties to combine a classic English-style bitter with the fruitiness of US hops.
Bude, Cornwall – Porthbud 4.0% Session pale ale with cascade and pioneer hops
Bude, Cornwall – Neet 3.7% A very easy-drinking light bitter, hints of elderflower and citrus and ultimately refreshing
Binghams, Berkshire – Waxing Crescent 5.0% a pale well hopped IPA
Camerons – V Twin 4.1% Brewed with Cascade & Fuggle hops but with a late copper addition of Mosaic hops to give it a full satisfying flavour.
Cotswold Spring – Stunner 4.0% A straw coloured ale with mouth-filling malt.
Daleside – Stout 4.2% a robust traditional stout
Dark Star – Sunburst 4.8%
Elland, Leeds – Poppy Well-balanced premium ale made with a combination of English & German malts. Generously hopped to give a citrus flavour and aroma.
Everards, Leics – Single Hop IPA 4.5% A limited edition amber best bitter
Hop Back, Salisbury – Entire Stout 4.5% A rich dark stout with a strong roasted malt flavour and a long, smooth aftertaste
JoCs Norfolk Kiwi 3.8% An easy-drinking session bitter, it’s made using the finest locally-grown Maris Otter barley and wheat, giving it a golden straw colour.
Lacons, Norfolk – Oatmeal Stout 4.0%Crafted with flaked oatmeal and roasted barley, this dark refreshing ale has notes of freshly roasted coffee beans, cocoa and touches of dried fruit.
Lacons, Norfolk – St. Nick 4.2% Joyfully warming with a dark copper glow, this ale has a charming malty depth. A hint of spiced orange peel pleasures the nose and palate before drifting into a satisfying citrus and floral finish.
Lincolnshire – Great Tom 3.7% A deep red-brown colour, with a rich tropical fruit nose and roast malt flavours, carried on a worthy mouthfeel, ending in the throat with a soft bitterness.
Lancaster – Southern Hopped 3.9% pale malt with Southern hemisphere hops
Lancaster – Amber 3.6% amber traditional session bitter
Lancaster – Blonde 4% Vivid blonde beer with slight citrus flavours.
Lancaster – Amber 3.6% amber traditional session bitter
Lincoln Green – Marion 3.8% A full-bodied Pale Ale with citrus aroma and a hint of grapefruit.
Little Valley, W. Yorks – Withens Pale 3.9% Refreshing floral Cascade hops and hints of spice, orange and citrus, giving a delicious dry bitter finish.
Little Valley, W.Yorks – Cragg Vale 4.2% Rich red brown crisp & fruity
Mr Grundy’s, Derby – Bullet 4.3% Devillish dark ale with a treacle aroma
Mr Grundy’s, Derby – Big Willie 4.3% Thirst Quenching Golden Ale packed with English Hops Giving a lasting dry bitter finish.
Mr Grundy’s, Derby – Olive Branch 3.9% smooth but hoppy light amber session ale combining four different hops producing a unique taste
North Riding, Scarborough – Bravo 4.0% Bravo imparts pleasant fruit and sweet floral character into our modern hop forward pale ale.
Orkney – Raven 3.8% biscuity malt and a slightly spicy hop aroma of tangy orange
Orkney – Dark Island 4.6% Ripe fruity chocolate nose with flavours of dark chocolate and dried fruit.
Orkney – Northern Light 4% Delicate hoppy pale ale with citrus & apricot hoppiness
Rudgate, York – Cherry Pale 3.9% Pale and caramalt gives a fine base for this fruity ale. Whole English Cherries are infused into the copper and then macerated in the fermenter to give a subtle flavour.
Rudgate, York – Milk Stout 4.2% Reproduced from the old school of brewing, this classic beer style deserves a return.
Shiny, Derby – Happy People 4.2% Windsor & Eton Knights
Shepherd Neame, Kent – Late Red 4.5% complex and richly flavoured Autumn Ale. Slightly red in colour, this ale is a balance between rich, dark malt flavors and a strong and robust hoppiness.
Severn Vale – Nibley 3.5% light and refreshing with soft fruity notes
Shiny, Derby – Pail Polaris Pekko 4.0% The Latest from the Pail series, showcasing bucket (Pail) loads of some of the most flavoursome hops.
St. Peter’s, Suffolk – Firelight 4.4% Dark amber, moderately bitter with hints of cinnamon.
St. Austell, Cornwall – Tribute Extra 5.2% An extra special version of the South West’s favourite beer. Tribute Extra has developed a cult following by pub goers and has a full, rich and fruity flavour.
Totally Brewed, Crazy like a fox 4.5% A copper coloured hoppy ale made with speciality malts from Belgium. Dried fruit malt flavours with a citrus hop finish.
Windsor & Eton, Berks – Guardsman 4.2% Copper coloured classic ale with a tangy taste
Windsor & Eton, Berks – Knight of the Garter 3.8% Golden ale with amarillo hops
Windsor & Eton, Berkshire – Canberra 4.0% A rich chestnut coloured beer.
Windsor & Eton, Berks – Windsor Knot 4.0% Pale Ale made with two specially selected hops, Sovereign and Nelson Sauvin from NZ for a tropical smooth finish.
Wickwar – Falling Star 4.2% A golden artisan ale.