So we’ve got at least another few weeks before we’re able to start visiting all of our city’s fantastic pubs again, but there is plenty of hope on the horizon for summer time pints! Because of this, the releases shown below are all due to come out in can, although we’re carrying on brewing and hope to be as prepared as possible to supply pubs when they’re ready. Plus we’ve still got plenty of 5L minikegs in stock, and a selected handpulled cask beer is available to pre-order and pick up from the brewery, so get in touch if you fancy a pint or two for beers at home! 

The next of our Dr Morton’s series is out early March – Angler Management (4.1%) is a Chinook and Centennial hopped pale ale. Light, hoppy and refreshing with flavours of citrus fruits and pine, and a tempting bitter finish. Not for small fry!

This year we’ve decided to brew two different versions of our spring special, Reverie – they’re both going to be 4.2% dry hopped pale ales, but with distinctly different hop characters. The first is a rebrew of the Citra & Cascade edition which we’ve released previously, and has a fresh, fruity and floral character. The second is a new recipe which features HBC472 and El Dorado hops. This one is punchy and resinous, with bright tropical fruit flavours on the palate.

The next in our Salvation series sees us return to the first ever recipe we released under this range with a Coconut Stout (5.5%). This one’s been requested a few times so we’ve brought it back! Velvety and full bodied, with the coconut boosted by Sorachi Ace hops. Creamy and delicious! 

We’re also running our Crowler Clubs on Fridays for those of you who are missing your post work pub trips, these take place virtually over Zoom and are growing every week, so please do look them up if you fancy some friendly beery chat!


Laura, Abbeydale Brewery

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