Brews News – this year’s seasonal line up from Bradfield Brewery sees the return of Jack O’ Lantern Ale. A spooktacular brew with no unwelcome surprises, this traditional dark amber coloured ale offers a 4.5% abv and a sharp dry aftertaste. November seeks to remember the fallen with a sensitive creation, 10pence from every pint sold of Farmers Poppy Ale is donated to the Royal British Legion. This light coloured fruity ale is one to remember for the 11th November. And dare we speak of the festive season??………the Holidays are surely coming and with them, so will Farmers Belgian Blue. For those that simply cannot wait until November for a taste of the finest, Belgian Blue will be putting in a guest appearance at this year’s Sheffield Beer Festival – 19-22nd October at Kelham Island Museum.
Charity News – St Luke’s Tractor Rally 2016, supported by Bradfield Brewery, raised a moderate £6209.82 for St Lukes Cancer Charity. The Rally saw over 70 tractors make their way through Stannington, Storrs, Dungworth, Bradfield, Broomhead, over the hills and finishing at the Brewery Tap, The Nags Head at Loxley where a charity auction was held, fuelled up with a pint of Farmers Red Diesel.
Sticking with the auction theme, Bradfield Brewery are holding their annual Harvest Auction at the Brewery Tap, the Nags Head on Saturday 1st October. Kicking off at 7:30pm with performances from Bolsterstone Male Voice Choir, the event promises to be an evening full of auction comedy and bargains! The Farmers Ales will be flowing in accordance!