As we wistfully leave summer behind, we are winding down to a slower pace with these autumnal specials.
Cathedral Beeches is a 3.7% pale English bitter. This brew is full of heady herbal aromas from British Phoenix hops, making it surprisingly delicious and certainly more interesting than many of its counterparts. The name of this classic ale stems from an area of woodland with towering Beech trees in which young lovers at Welbeck used to come and carve their names.
Our second offering for September is 43’ South, a New Zealand hopped session pale at 4.3%. There is a little farmstead called ‘Welbeck’ on the South Island of New Zealand. Situated at 43° South, it looks like a perfect paradise. This sessionable pale ale uses Wakatu and Wai-iti hops, grown in New Zealand. The combinations of these New World hops give this pale ale the subtle flavour of peaches and apricots, lifted with a delicate floral aroma.
Finally, we have the next brew in our Found and Foraged range. Pick of the Bunch is brewed with our dedicated community’s hand-picked blackberries. This 4.8% Blackberry pale is subtly pink, slightly tart and extremely refreshing. Thank you to our local friends who have gathered a hoard of hedgerow blackberries for us to brew this September special.