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  • Lervig Hoppy Joe
  • Lervig Hoppy Joe

    American red ale

    Stravanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: Hoppy Joe is a bold American red ale brewed by one of Norway's best craft brewers - with lots of biscuity, caramel and cracker flavours that give way to big floral hops and citrus bitterness.
    FOOD & BEER: This beer is stunning with anything smoked, roasted or barbecued. It's it's caramelised or charred, this is the beer to go for.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (4.7% abv)
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  • Lervig House Party
  • Lervig House Party

    Session citra ale

    Stavanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: Inspired by the Norwegian tradition of having huge house parties, this delicious session pale ale is made to be super aromatic but endlessly crushable. It's got a gorgeous pineapple and grapefruit aroma thanks to the Citra and Bru-1 hops, then a light bittersweet body not far from a German helles that finishes with a clean, robust bitterness. At just 4% it's a brilliant house pale ale and is at a brilliant price point too.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with just about everything! Except dessert.
    BEER INFORMATION: 30l kegs, 24 x 330ml cans
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  • Lervig Konrad Stout
  • Lervig Konrad Stout

    Imperial Stout

    Stravanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: Lervig head brewer Mike Murphy often brews the famous Beer Geek Breakfast beers for gypsy brewer Mikkeller, so he knows how to do a good imperial stout. Konrad Stout is much better than that – it's smooth and sweet, balanced with a fantastic coffee and liquorice edge that gives it depth and character beyond most strong dark beers. The kind of beer that stops people in their tracks.
    FOOD & BEER: A surprisingly versatile beer considering it's strength, but at its absolutely best with hard cheeses, chocolate puddings and as a digestif.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (10.4% abv)
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  • Lervig Lucky Jack
  • Lervig Lucky Jack

    American pale ale

    Stravanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: The biggest seller from one of Norway's best craft brewers. Mike Murphy, their head brewer, has worked for the likes of Mikkeller and Birra Del Borgo, and knows how to brew a fantastic hoppy beer. This 4.7% American pale is loaded with tropical aromas of pineapple and grapefruit, with a smooth sweet middle and refreshing bitter finish. One of the great European examples of US-style brewing.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with fragrant curries and barbecued pork.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans, 24 x 330ml bottles, 30 litre keg (4.7% abv)
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  • Lervig Lucky Jack Grapefruit Edition
  • Lervig Lucky Jack Grapefruit Edition

    Fruit Flavoured IPA

    Stavanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: American pale ale brewed with Amarillo, Chinook and Citra hops, hops dominate the aroma and the flavour, at 45IBU this beer is not overly bitter but the caramel malts have given the balance needed to sure up the bitterness and balance it with the grapefruit, tropical fruit and citrus aromas and flavours. This is the Grapefruit special edition, with fresh grapefruit juice added you get a really fruity and refreshing experience.
    FOOD & BEER: Pairs perfectly with Sushi and Pulled pork.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml Cans
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  • Lervig Pilsner
  • Lervig Pilsner

    Pilsner lager

    Stravanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: The beer that started it all for Lervig. After Carlsberg bought out and closed the only regional brewery in Stravanger, Norway, the locals decided to do something about it. They clubbed together to build a new brewery, and Lervig started brewing fresh Pilsner over 10 years ago. Crispy, light and refreshing at 4.7% this beer is a great sipper.
    FOOD & BEER: Best on its own on a hot day, but also great with salads, barbecues, and cured meats.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (4.7% abv)
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  • Lervig Sour Suzy
  • Lervig Sour Suzy

    Berlinerweiss

    Stavanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: Lervig Sour Suzy is a light, zingy and refreshing Berlinerweiss that combines soft, sweet wheat with a lemony tartness. At just 4% it's incredibly drinkable and really accessible as an introduction to sour beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant at cutting through creamy sauces and adding acidity to white meat and fish.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans (4% abv)
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  • Lervig Tast Juice
  • Lervig Tast Juice

    New England IPA

    Stavanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: Lervig Tasty Juice has almost single-handedly made the brewery a household name in the UK. First brewed as a seasonal it has proved so popular they now make it all year around. It's an all-Citra New England IPA, combining the grapefruit and mango notes from the hops with the sticky stone fruit sweetness of the yeast. Together they make a fruit salad-like aroma and a smooth bittersweet body. This beer is one of the best IPAs being brewed in the world at the moment.
    FOOD & BEER: Needs huge flavours to match with it, so think burgers and barbecue.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 500ml cans (6% abv)
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  • Lervig Three Bean
  • Lervig Three Bean

    Imperial Stout

    Stavanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: Lervig are world-famous for their rich imperial stouts, and this beer has a cult following. Made with cinnamon-like tonka beans, vanilla and cacoa it has a rich, sweet and spicy nose reminiscent of Christmas cake, then a gorgeous smooth chocolate and mulled alcohol flavour. Beers don't get much more complex and warming than Three Bean.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with chocolate, but not a lot else can stand up to this huge beer
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (13% abv)
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