It’s been another busy few weeks at Neepsend Brew Co – we’ve been brewing plenty of new beers, undergone a re-brand with a new logo based on Ball Street bridge and have just taken delivery of another new brewing vessel.
Our tropical pale ale, Manna (4.3%), brewed with Citra, Equinox and Mosaic hops and a hundred painstakingly hand juiced mangoes and bursting with juicy, fruity flavours has been very well received and made for a perfect summer beer.
Chinook IPA (5.5%), a single hopped American IPA showcasing the distinctively piney US hop, Chinook, also went down a storm. We chose it as our featured beer at the Sheffield Brewer’s Co-operative beer tent at the Tramlines Folk Forest stage, which was a great success and sold around four thousand pints of Sheffield brewed beer in just two days.
We were delighted to host the Sheffield Roller Girls for a brew day, with Rollabout Stout (4.5%) the result. A rich, creamy and chocolatey cacao milk stout available out in the world now.
And, in very exciting (and long awaited!) news, keep your eyes peeled for The Wellington on Henry Street re-opening sometime in September as our brewery tap. The pub has undergone an extensive refurbishment and will showcase the full range of Neepsend beers alongside ales from other great breweries when it re-opens.