Hope everyone enjoyed the wonderful whirlwind that was Sheffield Beer Week! We had a fantastic time taking part in events galore, hats off to Jules and all involved for organising another brilliant showcase of our beautiful beery city.
Another festival kicks off this month with the return of Opus Independents’ Festival of Debate, now in its fourth year. We’ve teamed up with them again to brew a brand new collaboration, Agent of Change, a sessionable 4.0% pale perfect to ponder over. We’re also very proud to be sponsoring the Democracy and Activism strand of the festival, so do keep a look out for a whole host of events happening around the city.
We’ve also got together with Lymington based brewery Vibrant Forest for a special collaboration. We met the guys at Zagreb’s first craft beer festival where we were both presenting our wares late last year, and over a few boozy shenanigans we discovered a mutual love for the Nelson Sauvin hop… so we’ve used absolute oodles of them in our deliciously fruity Nelson Sauvin DIPA (9.0%).
Daredevil or not, you’re sure to enjoy a pint of our Stuntman (4.3%). A quaffable pale ale perfect for spring afternoons, just don’t try any daring antics after drinking!
From the Brewers Emporium, a new Unbeliever is coming to town towards the end of April and we’re continuing our experimentation in this range by creating a dry hopped black Berliner Weisse, lightly tart with an amped up backbone from the dark malts used in the recipe. And finally we’re rounding off the month with the next of our Salvation series, back to a classic this time with a Dry Irish Stout (4.9%). Expect a roasty toasty character and a beautifully smooth mouthfeel.