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  • Beavertown 8 Ball
  • Beavertown 8 Ball

    RYE IPA

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: 8 Ball is a mash up of spicy rye and zesty hops. The name comes from the pool balls used to weigh the hop sack down in the beer from the home brewing days of Beavertown. The use of citra and other citrusy hops has added a new dimension to a traditionally yeasty, almost spicy style. The balance of hops and malt works very well to create a rounded IPA.
    FOOD & BEER: First brewed at Hackney's Duke's Brew & Que, this beer is designed to go with pork and particularly ribs. The rye matches spice rubs and sweet meat, while the hops cut through any fat.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml can, 30 litre kegs (6.2% abv)
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  • Beavertown Black Betty
  • Beavertown Black Betty

    BLACK IPA

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: The big daddy of the Beavertown collection. When you see it you expect huge chocolate and coffee flavours like a stout, but the use of a few German malts usually used in dark lager cause a jet black colour with just a hint of roasted malt flavour. The use of columbus, citra and chinook hops make for an intense citrus experience. At 7.4% it is no wuss either, so treat Betty with respect.
    FOOD & BEER: Nothing could match this better than some chargrilled sticky beef ribs, or for luxury a gorgeous steak. The heavier the meat the better for this beer as it`s flavour would mask anything on the lighter side of the flavour tree.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml can (7.4% abv)
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  • Beavertown Gamma Ray
  • Beavertown Gamma Ray

    American pale ale

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: Big, hoppy and fresh. Juicy American hops are added in ever increasing amounts at the end of the boil and in the fermenter to give this beer huge flavour. Gamma Ray packs a huge punch of floral and tropical aromas and the lasting bitterness makes for a banging American Pale Ale.
    FOOD & BEER: Pairs well with fruity curries and spicy dishes that pack a bit of a kick. Also good with meaty fish.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml can, 30 litre kegs (5.4% abv)
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  • Beavertown Lupuloid
  • Beavertown Lupuloid

    IPA

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: After months of experimentation and test batch brews Beavertown have finally unleashed their core IPA, Lupuloid. Made with tonnes of juicy American hops the aroma of the beer is loaded with tropical mango, grapefruit and lychee, without a hint of the West Coast pine or resin. On the palate you get lots of perceived sweetness from the fruity hops before a crisp, dry finish that cleans it all up nicely. A very, very drinkable IPA for the abv.
    FOOD & BEER: Best on its own, or enjoy with a fruity curry.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans & 30l kegs
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  • Beavertown Neck Oil
  • Beavertown Neck Oil

    SESSION IPA

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: Session IPAs are all the rage now in the US, and the UK is just discovering what a good idea they are. Neck Oil packs the same flavours you would expect from its stronger IPA cousins, but at 4.3% it's much easier to drink. There is a lot of citrusy green hop in the aroma and a light but full-bodied mouthfeel, leading to a big bitter finish.
    FOOD & BEER: A good match with fish and curries because the hops cut right through. It's also great with barbecue food, as well as a pulled pork.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml can, 30 litre kegs (4.3% abv)
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  • Beavertown Smog Rocket
  • Beavertown Smog Rocket

    Porter

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: An original homebrew recipe by Beavertown's founder Logan Plant, Smog Rocket uses nine different malts including a good chunk of smoked "rauchmaltz" from Bamburg, Germany. It adds a smokiness to the rich molasses, raisin and caramel flavours, which are balanced with big hits of US hop bitterness. Inspired by London's industrial revolution, when smog filled the air and porter was the beer of the people.
    FOOD & BEER: This beer was brewed specifically to match smoked beef ribs, and is fantastic with any barbecued meat. But it would also be great with hard cheese.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml can, 30 litre kegs (5.4% abv)
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  • Harviestoun Bitter & Twisted
  • Harviestoun Bitter & Twisted

    Blonde Beer

    Alba, Scotland
    BEER NOTES: This easy-drinking beer has earned itself a fine reputation in craft beer circles.  Superbly balanced, with a malty-sweet aroma, floral, fruity hoppiness and a zingy, zesty flavour. It’s complex, rounded and dry. It's also won Supreme Champion Beer of Britain 2003, Champion Beer at the International Beer Awards 2004 and been voted World’s Best Ale at the World Beer Awards 2007.
    FOOD & BEER: Bitter & Twisted has the bite to take on big flavours. Try it with hot smoked salmon, spicy curries or bbq pulled pork.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml, 50 litre keg (4.2% abv)
  • Harviestoun Old Engine Oil
  • Harviestoun Old Engine Oil

    Porter

    Alba, Scotland
    BEER NOTES: Old Engine Oil is understandably a firm favourite among porter drinkers. This remarkably smooth, creamy brew offers up flavours of coffee, dark chocolate and earthy hops. Rich fruit lingers within the residual sweetness, pleasingly accompanying the roasty, toasty notes. Awarded Gold at the 2010 International Beer Challenge and voted Europe’s Best Porter at the 2010 World Beer Awards.
    FOOD & BEER: Old Engine Oil pairs beautifully with a slow-cooked beef or venison casserole.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (6% abv)
  • Harviestoun Schiehallion
  • Harviestoun Schiehallion

    Craft Lager

    Alba, Scotland
    BEER NOTES: Schiehallion is one of the UK's best lagers. Named after a mountain in Perthshire, known in Gaelic as the ‘Fairy Hill of the Caledonians’, this stunning lager has aromas and flavours of fresh-cut grass, brown sugar, lychee and green mango. A crisp palate precedes a fresh, grapefruity finish. Judged World’s Best Pilsner at the World Beer Awards 2008.
    FOOD & BEER: Schiehallion is a great all-rounder with food. Pairs beautifully with seafood rissotto, smoked mackerel and pasta.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (4.8% abv)
  • Hawkes Ginger Beer
  • Hawkes Ginger Beer

    ALCOHOLIC GINGER BEER

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: Named after the Victorian street hawkers of London, Hawkes is packed with fresh zingy ginger that gives a gentle warmth all the way down, helped by the touch of alcohol.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant on a summers day and in cocktails, or with spicy Chinese and Japanese curries.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 500ml bottle (4% abv)
  • Hawkes Urban Orchard
  • Hawkes Urban Orchard

    CIDER

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: Made from apples collected from small orchards and even gardens around London, Urban Orchard is a completely unique cider. It's taste is unique too, with lots of depth and just enough sweetness to make it medium-dry.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with creamy sauces and served cold on a hot day outside
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 50l keg (4.5% abv)
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  • Lost and Grounded Apophenia
  • Lost and Grounded Apophenia

    Tripel

    Bristol, England
    BEER NOTES: Lost and Grounded head brewer Alex has a longstanding love of strong Belgian beers and they were part of the reason he has made his home in Europe instead of his native Australia. This cloudy, smooth tripel is made with lots of pale malt to allow the hops and spice to come through and make for a surprisingly sippable beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Delicious with creamy sauces and soft cheeses, but at its best on its own.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles
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  • Lost and Grounded Hop-hand Fallacy
  • Lost and Grounded Hop-hand Fallacy

    Farmhouse ale

    Bristol, England
    BEER NOTES: A session strength farmhouse ale with lots of spice from the yeast, subtle bready sweetness from the malts and hint of spiky citrus from the hops. They all come together to make for a heady aroma and flavour somewhere between a saison and a traditional Belgian wit beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Delicious with sushi, white fish and lighter meats. Ideal with creamy sauces too, as it cuts right through.
    BEER INFORMATION: 30l kegs, 24 x 330ml bottles (4.4% abv)
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  • Lost and Grounded Keller Pils
  • Lost and Grounded Keller Pils

    Unfiltered lager

    Bristol, England
    BEER NOTES: Kellerbier is a traditional German style, a lager left unfiltered and unpasteurised so some of the yeasty, fruity flavours and aromas stay in the beer. Lost and Grounded's is lemony, bittersweet and refreshing with a hint of banana and other tasty yeast aromas.
    FOOD & BEER: Absolutely brilliant with roasted chicken and stews, as well as sushi and heavier pork (like sausages and ribs)
    BEER INFORMATION: 30l kegs, 24 x 330ml Bottles (4.8% abv)
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  • Lost and Grounded No Rest For Dancers
  • Lost and Grounded No Rest For Dancers

    Hoppy Red Ale

    Bristol, England
    BEER NOTES: Lots of caramalts and hops come together to make for a big and bittersweet beer that will please those who like darker beers as well as the hops heads.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with barbecued food, especially ribs, as well as steak in all its forms.
    BEER INFORMATION: 30l kegs (6.2% abv)
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  • Lost and Grounded Running with Sceptres
  • Lost and Grounded Running with Sceptres

    India Pale Lager

    Bristol, England
    BEER NOTES: A special strong lager with some sweeter malts and a big whack of hops to add an IPA-like citrusy aroma and crisp, bitter finish. Fruity, bitter and satisfying.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with barbecue food, roasted pork and on its own of course!
    BEER INFORMATION: 30l kegs, 24 x 330ml bottles (5.2% abv)
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  • Magic Rock Cannonball
  • Magic Rock Cannonball

    West Coast IPA

    Huddersfield, UK
    BEER NOTES: In a world of hazy, juicy and low bitterness beer, Magic Rock Cannonball is a breath of fresh air – quite literally. Loaded with aromatic pine, citrus and slightly sticky resin it starts like a classic West Coast IPA and finishes like one too, smacking you around the chops with bold, rasping bitterness that leaves you gasping for another sip. World class and seriously drinkable.
    FOOD & BEER: Best with barbecued beef or on its own.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans (7.2% abv)
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  • Magic Rock Dark Arts
  • Magic Rock Dark Arts

    Stout

    Huddersfield, UK
    BEER NOTES: A full-bodied and rich stout that combines lots of roasted and caramel malt with loads of American hops to make a beer with complex liquorice, chocolate and burnt toast notes. Despite its complexity it's very, very drinkable and warming, exactly as a stout should be.
    FOOD & BEER: Amazing with wintery soups and stews, as well as blue cheese and roast beef.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (56.0% abv)
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  • Magic Rock High Wire
  • Magic Rock High Wire

    American pale ale

    Huddersfield, UK
    BEER NOTES: One of the UK's original and best west coast American pale ales, High Wire is a heady and exciting beer with notes of pine, resin and grapefruit. It pours slightly hazy, giving a clue to how hoppy this beer is before the kick of bitterness on the finish. It's a quality beer and not just a flagship for Magic Rock, but the country's craft beer scene as a whole.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with classic American diner food - in particular, burgers.
    BEER INFORMATION: 30l kegs, 24 x 330ml (5.5% abv)
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  • Magic Rock Inhaler
  • Magic Rock Inhaler

    Session IPA

    Huddersfield, UK
    BEER NOTES: Magic Rock Inhaler is an absurdly good juicy session IPA. With heady aromas of ripe mango and tinned pineapple it's surprisingly dry on the palate with a solid bitter finish, which makes it endlessly drinkable and brilliant for thirsty summer drinking.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with barbecues and big hearty salads, but probably at its best on its own
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans (4.5% abv)
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  • Magic Rock Rapture
  • Magic Rock Rapture

    American Red Ale

    Huddersfield, UK
    BEER NOTES: Hopped with amarillo and simcoe, this classic American Red Ale combines nutty, caramel malts with rich pine and resin and a hint of pithy orange. It's loaded with umami flavours as well as that brighter citrus, making it a fanastic beer with food.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with anything roasted or coated in sweet, sticky glazes.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans (4.6% abv)
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  • Magic Rock Salty Kiss
  • Magic Rock Salty Kiss

    Gooseberry gose

    Huddersfield, UK
    BEER NOTES: A delicious and approachable sour beer from Magic Rock. Made with gooseberries and gently soured by lactobacillus, this light, zingy and mildly tart wheat beer is a brilliant summer sipper and fantastic with lighter food. 
    FOOD & BEER: Great with salads, but also creamy sauces that it can cut right through.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans (4.1% abv)
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  • Sheppy's Oakwood
  • Sheppy's Oakwood

    CIDER

    Taunton, Somerset
    BEER NOTES: Oakwood is crafted from a blend of highest-quality vintage cider apples, producing a rewarding and highly refreshing West Country cider.
    FOOD & BEER: Sheppy`s Oakwood goes particularly well with pork sausages, served with mash and hot braised apples.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 500ml bottles, 50 litre Sankey keg (4.8% abv)
  • Sheppy's Raspberry Cider
  • Sheppy's Raspberry Cider

    FRUIT CIDER

    Taunton, Somerset
    BEER NOTES: Sheppy's Raspberry is a tart blend of a traditional light West Country cider with raspberry juice. The happy result is a delicate and refreshing cider with a small hit of tartness that rounds out the beer and makes it brilliant for summertime sipping.
    FOOD & BEER: Sheppy`s Raspberry works wonderfully well as an aperitif or with strawberries and cream.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 500ml (45 abv)
  • Sheppy's Somerset Draught
  • Sheppy's Somerset Draught

    CIDER

    Taunton, Somerset
    BEER NOTES: Hand-crafted in Taunton, Somerset's historical cider capital, this delicious draught cider is made from a blend of traditional cider apples and eating apples, resulting in a very drinkable crisp, fruity medium cider.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with roast ham and chicken and hearty vegetable dishes. Add a splash of this cider to cream and chopped chives to make a great sauce for pork chops, then enjoy with a glass of it on the side.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 500ml (5.5% abv)
  • Siren Broken Dream
  • Siren Broken Dream

    Oatmeal Stout

    Finchampstead, UK
    BEER NOTES: A 6% breakfast stout with a gentle touch of smoke, coffee and chocolate, Broken Dream is a complex but drinkable dark beer that's warming, velvety and smooth.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with cheeses, chocolate and roasted meats
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (6% abv)
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  • Siren Calypso
  • Siren Calypso

    Berliner weisse

    Finchampstead, UK
    BEER NOTES: Calypso was the goddess known for her sharp tongue. This beer is an homage to this enchantress; a tart, spritzy Berliner weisse that is liberally dry-hopped with a different single hop in each batch.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with creamy sauces and salads
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330 ml bottles (4% abv)
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  • Siren Liquid Mistress
  • Siren Liquid Mistress

    Red Ale

    Finchampstead, UK
    BEER NOTES: A strong and full-flavoured American red ale, with loads of raisin and biscuit flavours balanced with big citrus hops that give it a cracker-dry finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with barbecue food because of its malty depth and cutting citrus.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 30l keg (5.8% abv)
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  • Siren Undercurrent
  • Siren Undercurrent

    Pale Ale

    Finchampstead, UK
    BEER NOTES: A classic pale ale with a difference. It has spicy, grassy aromas and a taste of grapefruit and apricot, with a smooth sweet body from the addition of oats and a little caramalt. An easy-drinking session beer that's still rammed with flavour.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with curries, salads and seafood. Anything hearty with an aromatic or delicate edge to it.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 30l keg (4.5% abv)
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  • Tiny Rebel Cwtch
  • Tiny Rebel Cwtch

    Red Ale

    Newport, Wales
    BEER NOTES: Tiny Rebel are a modern craft brewery in South Wales, brewing classic British styles with a twist – usually a hoppy one. Cwtch is Welsh for cuddle, and this beer is a light but sweet Welsh red ale with a crisp, bitter finish that leaves you gasping for more.
    FOOD & BEER: Would be great with Welsh Rarebit, Scotch eggs and other pub bites.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 30 litre keg (4.6% abv)
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  • Wild Beer Bibble
  • Wild Beer Bibble

    Pale ale

    Somerset, UK
    BEER NOTES: A delicious hoppy pale ale made to be drunk all day long. It has a full-bodied slightly  sweet malt body, which has been dry hopped with Amarillo and Mosaic hops for a orange and tropical fruit vibe. The finish is dry and fruity, with a slight lingering bready grain character.
    FOOD & BEER: At its best by the pint on its own
    BEER INFORMATION: 30l keg, 24 x 330ml cans
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  • Wild Beer Evolver IPA
  • Wild Beer Evolver IPA

    Brett IPA

    Somerset, UK
    BEER NOTES: A big, hoppy American IPA brewed with a twist - evolver is refermented in the bottle with brett yeast, a funky, cider-like yeast that slowly eats the remaining sugar to leave a delicious funky, pithy flavour that complements the orangey and citrusy hops and leads to a dry, complex and unique IPA.
    FOOD & BEER: Cuts right through creamy sauces.
    BEER INFORMATION: 18 x 330ml bottles
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  • Wild Beer Fresh
  • Wild Beer Fresh

    West Coast IPA

    Somerset, UK
    BEER NOTES: An American-style IPA made with ever-changing hops. Rather than setting a recipe, each time Wild Beer brew Fresh they use the freshest batch of hops they can find to make sure the aromas and flavours really sing. Every batch has a light malt body and loads of citrus and pine, but every brew varies in its subtleties.
    FOOD & BEER: Hearty American food, but also light fish and chicken dishes.
    BEER INFORMATION: 30l keg, 24 x 330ml cans
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  • Wild Beer Millionaire
  • Wild Beer Millionaire

    Stout

    Somerset, UK
    BEER NOTES: A stunning beer from Wild, this stout has been brewed with salted caramel to add lots of rich buttery sweetness but also a hint of salty minerality to heighten it and add balance. The base beer has notes of dark chocolate and a little coffee which complements the sweetness while drying it out.
    FOOD & BEER: Best with puddings, particularly cherry and chocolate ones.
    BEER INFORMATION: 30l keg, 18 x 330ml bottles
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  • Wild Beer Modus Operandi
  • Wild Beer Modus Operandi

    Flemish Red

    Somerset, UK
    BEER NOTES: One of the first beers ever made by Wild Beer, this is their flagship. Inspired by Verhaeghe and Rodenbach, this Flemish red is a beautiful homage with loads of cherry, oak, balsamic and caramel notes. It comes together to make a wonderfully sippable tart beer that's perfectly balanced between being dry, sweet and sour.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with roasted beef and steak
    BEER INFORMATION: 18 x 330ml bottles
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  • Wild Beer Nebula
  • Wild Beer Nebula

    New England pale ale

    Somerset, UK
    BEER NOTES: A new core pale ale for Wild Beer, Nebula is a hazy, super-fruity New England pale ale with a really smooth body and soft mango notes. Wild Beer are more known for their wild ferments, but this delicious session beer stands up with any of the UK's hop-forward breweries.
    FOOD & BEER: New England beers are best enjoyed on their own.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (5.0% abv)
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  • Wild Beer Pogo
  • Wild Beer Pogo

    Pale ale

    Somerset, UK
    BEER NOTES: A delicious hoppy pale ale made with passion fruit, guava and orange for a really zesty, deeply fruity beer. It has a rich body, loads of heady citrus and sweet overripe fruit, before a clean, mildly bitter finish. A brilliantly refreshing little beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Would be fantastic with barbecue food but best on its own to appreciate all the flavours
    BEER INFORMATION: 30l keg, 24 x 330ml cans
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