How we create our

Master brew

The basis of all beer and craft is cereals and yeast. Although a lot of cereals can be used to make beer, we choose barley as it has proven as the best throughout history. The barley is mixed with water to start the germination process which is stopped by heat. The amount of heat to which the barley is exposed determines the color of the beer and, to some extent, the taste.

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Quality Ingredients

Quality Ingredients

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Natural sunshine

Natural sunshine

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Fermentation

Fermentation

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Unrivalled taste

Unrivalled taste

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Beer aisle

Smoky characters emerge as the beer warms, as do subtle drops of caramel. The overall dryness of the beer carries through to the finish, with a semi-burnt linger and bitter end.

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21 December

Oktoberfest

Brewed with licorice; a proprietary, hand-smoked malt; and almost a pound of East Kent Goldings hops per barrel.

Opaque brown in color, with muddy brown edges and a cola-colored head that drops quickly to a ringed lace. Strong and dominating licorice aroma with an underlying robust molasses-ness and highly roasted malts. Thick-ish, deep blackstrap molasses character (sweet, tangy nectar), quite robust.

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14 December

Now stocked in NYC

Brewed with licorice; a proprietary, hand-smoked malt; and almost a pound of East Kent Goldings hops per barrel.

Opaque brown in color, with muddy brown edges and a cola-colored head that drops quickly to a ringed lace. Strong and dominating licorice aroma with an underlying robust molasses-ness and highly roasted malts. Thick-ish, deep blackstrap molasses character (sweet, tangy nectar), quite robust.

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13 Flavours
24 Outlets
12 Years brewing
21 Days til ready