A little bit of good news to start off our monthly preview – we’re really happy to say that our cask beer release schedule is now back at pre-Covid levels! So a big thank you to you all for supporting your local pubs and drinking real ale. We couldn’t do what we do without you! Talking of local, Abbeydale Road Beer Festival takes place on 4th to 5th August and is sure to be a great neighbourhood event, there’s loads of venues and breweries getting involved!
We’re starting off August with a splash of tingly tangly and refreshing Doctor Morton’s Aftersave (4.1%) with Amarillo and Simcoe hops. Expect a balanced bitterness and flavours of zesty orange with a twist of lemon peel and pine needles to finish.
We’re looking forward to hosting our friends at Loxley Brewery, creating an all new 4.2% pale ale called “Walk the Loxley Valley” (name TBC at the time of typing!), with Sabro hops giving a beautiful coconutty character and a creamy finish.
Our Geoglyph series continues with a 4.0% Citra and Columbus hopped pale, Cetus. A delicious, easy drinking whale of a pale. Expect a nice sharp / bitter balance against the juicy hop flavours.
Plum Porter (5.2%) is the next edition of our Salvation series of dark beers and one we’re all pretty excited about! Smooth, beautifully round and packed with plum character, with hints of dark chocolate and a delectable fruity-sweet finish
And finally this month, we’ve got an exciting collaboration coming up with Beer Central and Hungry Buddha, representing the wonderful array of independent traders who call the Moor Market their home. Coalition is a 4.3% hazy pale ale with Galaxy, Mosaic, Amarillo and Centennial hops. Flavours of juicy mango and pithy orange are followed up by a crisp, refreshing bitterness.