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Jever Pils, Germany £3.25


A classic Friesian lager made using the pure soft water of northern Germany. A refreshing bitter taste with sweet, malty straw notes.


Flying Dog Snake Dog, USA £4 Flying Dog’s resident “Hop Monster”, with a high ABV and intense, refreshing hop flavours, be ready for big, bitter citrus and floral notes with an earthy malt base.


Malheur Cuvee Royale, Belgium £16.25


A classic champagne beer from Malheur that is fermented three times, the Cuvee Royale is a refined and sparkling beer with a strong neck and elegant aftertaste.


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Boon Geuze Mariage Parfait, Belgium £4


Made of 95% mild Lambic aged at least three years, and 5% young Lambic, it’s mixed in a vessel of 25,000 litres then the wort (unfermented mixture) is filtered and chilled.


Harviestoun Old Engine Oil, Scotland £2.50 A fantastic rich smooth porter named by the head brewer for his love of cars. Deep, dark and viscous with hints of bittersweet chocolate and coffee.


Sambrook’s Pumphouse Pale Ale, England £3 Locally brewed with Maris Otter pale malt and containing a mixture of Admiral, First Gold, Celeia and New Zealand Hallertau whole leaf hop, it has a light, dry and zesty taste with a citrus aroma.


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