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Shindigger Pils

Shindigger Pils

 Shindigger

Pilsner with zing! Conditioned for three weeks and dry hopped with new world hops which shine over a clean malt profile.


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Warp - 4.8%

Warp

Produced to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Sheffield based WARP Films.

Warp is a 4.5% English Pale Ale that uses a number of English hops including First Gold, Bramling Cross and Whitbread Golding Variety and all English malts. The beer is a great showcase for English fruity hops at their best. It is complemented by a slight sweetness but carries a long, dry bitter finish.


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Kipling

Kipling

Golden blonde beer with an exquisite passionfruit, gooseberry and mango aroma. An initial sweetness and full body are balanced by a lasting grapefruit-like bitter finish.

A flippin’ great beer.


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Cheese Board

Cheese Board

Since before cheese was invented man liked cheese. If it could serve as blood and travel through veins it would, that’s how good cheese wants to be.

The Hillary Step cheese board is rather good. Choose Hard, Soft and Blue Cheeses or combine Charcuterie slices of Coppa – Italian cured spare rib (neck) of pork, well marbled and tender. Rich and meaty flavour, Salami Napoli – A coarse cut peppery salami from Campania, Italy and Chorizo Picante – Classic chorizo from Leon flavoured with sweet and spicy smoked paprika. 1 portion includes 3 slices of all 3 meats for extra fun!

All soured from Hickson & Black’s, Chorlton (881 2001)

The tasty cheeses available from 30th November are:

 

Wild Garlic Yarg

Semi-hard, pasteurised cow’s milk, vegetarian rennet

Yarg is made in Cornwall from the milk of Fresian cows. The original recipe involved the careful wrapping in nettle leaves, before maturation to form an edible, though mouldy rind. This variation employs wild garlic leaves to impart a pleasant, mild undertone to the cheese, which varies in texture from crumbly to slightly yielding.

 

 

Bleu d’Auvergne

Blue, pasteurised cow’s milk, traditional rennet

This piquant cheese, named after the ancient volcanic mountain region of France, is sharp and herbal. Once matured, Bleu d’Auvergne gathers strength of flavour quickly; really intensifying after the interior of the cheese begins to collapse.

 

Tomme de Savoie

Soft, unpasteurised cow’s milk, traditional rennet

A close relative of the Italian, Toma, made on the other side of the border in the French Alps, Tomme de Savoie is a semi-firm cheese with a thick brown, inedible rind. It is made with skimmed milk, the cream having been taken off for production of butter. The result is a low fat cheese, high in flavour!


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Pilsner Urquell - 4.4%

Pilsner Urquell

In 1842, the world’s first pilsner was born, Pilsner Urquell, which literally translates as ‘The Original’ that defined a whole new beer category. Visionary brew master Josef Groll created the world’s first clear golden beer with a delicately balanced taste of noble hop bitterness and unique caramel sweetness. This was no longer the dull, dark beer of previous centuries, but a beer that marked the dawning of a new era, a beer that would change the world!

Pilsner Urquell tastes as good as the very first batch with the same quality ingredients and essentially the same brewing process uncompromised since 1842. Every batch is tasted against Pilsner Urquell that has been made with the traditional equipment. This way, the beers stays exactly the way it was meant to taste.

At 4.4% ABV, Pilsner Urquell is intensely hoppy with a balance of subtle sweetness and velvety bitterness, wrapped in a gloriously crisp body.


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Kaltenberg - 4.1%

Kaltenberg

Brewed to the Reinheitsgebot of 1516 (the German Purity Law), Kaltenberg HELL is brewed using only four natural ingredients – water, malt, hops and the unique Bavarian yeast from the Kaltenberg Brewery.

Derived from the German word Helles which means light in colour, Kaltenberg HELL is a smooth, refreshing 4.1% Bavarian lager with a crisp aftertaste.


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Warsteiner - 4.8%

Warsteiner

Nose

Soft, tangy, floral and herbal hops. Grainy in places and slightly soapy but it promises good body.

Palate

Bittersweet, reasonably full-bodied and hoppy, with perfumed, tangy, citrus herbal notes, plus a hint of toffee in the malt.

Finish

Firmly bitter, dry and lemon-hoppy, lasting well.


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Erdinger Weissbier - 5%

Erdinger Weissbier

At the world’s largest wheat beer brewery, tradition and progress go hand in hand: our beer is brewed according to traditional recipes, but using state-of-the-art technology. Today, beer connoisseurs in Germany and around the world regard our traditional specialty beers from Erding, Bavaria, as the ultimate in wheat beer enjoyment.

The beginnings of Erdinger Weissbräu date back to 1886, the year in which construction of a wheat beer brewery in Erding was first officially recorded. After several changes in ownership, the General Manager at the time, Franz Brombach, bought the brewery in 1935 and re-named it Erdinger Weissbräu on December 27, 1949.

In 1965, the son of Franz Brombach, Werner Brombach, entered the business. He took over the private brewery in 1975 and still leads his father’s successful business today. In addition to a strong emphasis on quality, Werner Brombach focuses above all on a targeted sales and promotion strategy with a clear brand identity, which highlights the values of the old Bavarian beer specialty and its superior quality standards.

Today, Erdinger weissbier stands for wheat beer enjoyment and the Bavarian brewing tradition. The traditional brewery has established itself as the national and international market leader for weissbier. As one of Germany’s largest private breweries, Erdinger Weissbräu is among the leaders on the national German beer market.


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Guinness - 4.3%

Guinness

Guinness is a popular Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness (1725–1803) at St. James’s GateDublin. Guinness is one of the most successful beer brands worldwide and is brewed in almost 60 countries.

A distinctive feature is the burnt flavour that is derived from roasted unmalted barley, although this is a relatively modern development, not becoming part of the grist until the mid-20th century. For many years a portion of aged brew was blended with freshly brewed product to give a sharp lactic flavour. Although the Guinness palate still features a characteristic “tang”, the company has refused to confirm whether this type of blending still occurs.

The draught beer‘s thick, creamy head comes from mixing the beer with nitrogen when poured. Brown-black in colour and a beautiful creamy beige head that lasts fine. Aromas of coffee, dark chocolate and sugars. Tastes sweet, but with some bitterness in the end.


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Kingston Press Cider - 4.1%

Kingston Press Cider

Kingstone Press traditional Cider is blended at the Aston Manor orchards in Herefordshire, located on the fertile slopes of the Malvern Hills.

Herefordshire is widely regarded as the traditional home of cider making, enjoying perfect conditions for the growth of the highest quality apples. However, these favourable conditions are only part of the long process needed to produce cider of premium quality. Kingstone Press Cider is made using the finest Dabinett and Michelin bittersweet apples to create a unique and refreshing drink with a smooth and crisp taste accompanied by a fruity aroma.


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Hogan’s Hazy Daisy - 4.5%

Hogan’s Hazy Daisy

Hogan’s Hazy Daisy cider is a traditional, slightly cloudy, still English cider, as with all of our products it is fermented from only 100% fresh pressed English cider apples. No concentrate is used to create this product and no sugars are added prior to fermentation. Skilled blending gives Hazy Daisy, Picker’s Passion and Panking Pole their unique personalities. Our Bag-in-Box perry is fermented from 100% fresh pressed English pears from Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Warwickshire, we never add sugars prior to fermentation and we never add concentrate so our perry is rich, complex, satisfying and bursting with the genuine flavour of the pears from which it is made.

Hazy Daisy (3.9% abv) – a medium-sweet cider. Slightly cloudy in appearance, this cider has an abundance of apple fruit aromas and flavours with a hint of citrus and berry, delicately balanced alongside apple sweetness.


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Tiger Rut - 4%

Tiger Rut

A very pale, hoppy ale.

Well hopped using only Chinook hops; the mellow bitters make way for a distinctive citrus/grapefruit aroma.


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Hop Head

Hop Head

An extremely clean-drinking pale golden ale with a strong floral aroma and elderflower notes from the Cascade hops.

This beer is full-bodied and full-flavoured yet gentle enough to make it a favourite session beer.

We love it.


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Deer Beer

Deer Beer

At 4.5%, Dunham Massey Deer Beer is a strong, malty bitter.

It is a clean full bodied English ale, with a slight hint of toffee and is very moorish.


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Moor Top

Moor Top

A delicious beer.

Hopped with armfuls of American Chinook hops, this beer oozes citrus flavour and aroma. It has a lovely sweetness balanced with a lingering bitter finish backed up with a late grapefruit hit.


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Outlandish

Outlandish

Outlandish Pale takes your palate to the extreme with a fresh burst of lemony hoppiness.

An aroma of fruit, barley, fresh grass and lemons, crisp and clean.

Palate is juicy but light, lemon and barley with a fruity sweetness.


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Shindigger Pils

  Pilsner with zing! Conditioned for three weeks and dry hopped with new world...

Warp

Produced to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Sheffield based WARP Films. Warp is a 4.5%...

Kipling

Golden blonde beer with an exquisite passionfruit, gooseberry and mango aroma. An initial...

Cheese Board

Since before cheese was invented man liked cheese. If it could serve as blood and travel...

Pilsner Urquell

In 1842, the world’s first pilsner was born, Pilsner Urquell, which literally...

Kaltenberg

Brewed to the Reinheitsgebot of 1516 (the German Purity Law), Kaltenberg HELL is brewed...

Warsteiner

Nose Soft, tangy, floral and herbal hops. Grainy in places and slightly soapy but it...

Erdinger Weissbier

At the world’s largest wheat beer brewery, tradition and progress go hand in hand:...

Guinness

Guinness is a popular Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur...

Kingston Press Cider

Kingstone Press traditional Cider is blended at the Aston Manor orchards in...

Hogan’s Hazy Daisy

Hogan’s Hazy Daisy cider is a traditional, slightly cloudy, still English cider, as...

Tiger Rut

A very pale, hoppy ale. Well hopped using only Chinook hops; the mellow bitters make way...

Hop Head

An extremely clean-drinking pale golden ale with a strong floral aroma and elderflower...

Deer Beer

At 4.5%, Dunham Massey Deer Beer is a strong, malty bitter. It is a clean full bodied...

Moor Top

A delicious beer. Hopped with armfuls of American Chinook hops, this beer oozes citrus...

Outlandish

Outlandish Pale takes your palate to the extreme with a fresh burst of lemony...