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Welcome to the 41st CAMRA Peterborough Beer Festival
warm welcome again to the Peterborough Beer Festival, organised and run by the volunteers of the Peterborough & District branch of CAMRA – The Campaign for Real Ale. Since September last year our committee of unpaid volunteers have been assessing the merits and challenges of last year’s festival to make this one better. I shudder to think of the amount of man hours they have put into this wonderful event for you all to come and enjoy. I also must thank all the people who volunteered to work this year through the website or obtaining a form from one of the committee. These volunteers, many of them, who since last Thursday, have taken leave from work or just rolled out of bed (they know who they are) to help set-up and now run this event. Don’t think that volunteering is just for the Beer Festival, we are always on the lookout for new or returning volunteers to help the branch throughout the year. Don’t hesitate to ask for me to discuss the opportunities which range from sitting on beer tasting panels, to surveying pubs and distributing newsletters. Of course, every one of you visiting the festival makes a huge contribution to its success, generating a great atmosphere and of course drinking our fine selection of drink. Again, we have been slightly tweaking the position of the bars with the following key changes: n Cider and Perry Bar is now back in the south marquee next to Bar 1 n The Wine Bar is moved to the north marquee at the end of Bar 4 n Next to the Wine Bar we have our all new Gin Bar, staffed by volunteers for the first time! The rest of the layout remains the same with the food vendors, fun fare, toilets and St John’s Ambulance all outside. We still have a huge range of real ales, (over 400); ciders, perries and British produced wines, with our World Beers also a feature. The popular ‘one off’ Singles Bar is still with us with only one beer from each featured brewery on the bar. This bar also contains the three winners from
Peterborough CAMRA’s first every Home Brewer Competition. Having judged the 40 or so entrants back in May, I can honestly say there is a great deal of talent out there in- home brew land with many of the beers giving the best commercial brewers a run for their money. Thanks, must also go to Mile Tree and Extreme Ales breweries who have helped the home brewers brew the beers especially for this festival. As usual we have live music on the stage each night and on Friday and Saturday afternoon. We have managed to keep our admission prices at the same level as last year despite of ever rising costs. For the night owls amongst you the bars will remain open till 11-30pm on Friday and Saturday nights. Please listen to the announcements about returning your glasses unless you wish to keep them. The glasses return counter will close approximately 30 minutes after time has been called. Please respect the staff who may have been on their feet for a very long day. As with all licensed premises we are governed by the same rules as any pub. So, we can refuse to serve any customers who become abusive to staff or we think have had more than enough to drink. The local branch of CAMRA continues to campaign to keep existing and encourage new pubs. There are several pubs with uncertain futures including The Cherry Tree on Oundle Road, Heron in Stanground and Ploughman at Werrington. For the last few months I have seeking a Campaigns Officer who can work with these pubs in trying to keep them open. I know this is a challenging post which requires the right someone, if you think you are that person I am desperate to hear from you. If you would like to be part of the CAMRA happy family, then head for the membership stand and join up to the most successful consumer campaigning group that exists. The cost is minimal, but the benefits are huge. Drink on…but responsibly, Matt Mace Peterborough & District Branch Chairman email@example.com PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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Opening Times and Prices TUESDAY 21ST AUGUST 2018 The Trade-Only session starts at 3.00pm. n 5.30pm to 11pm - £5, £3 to CAMRA & EBCU members WEDNESDAY 22ND AUGUST 2018 OPEN ALL DAY n Noon to 3pm - £2, £1 to CAMRA & EBCU members n 3pm to 11pm - £5, £3 to CAMRA & EBCU members THURSDAY 23RD AUGUST 2018 OPEN ALL DAY n Noon to 3pm - £2, £1 to CAMRA & EBCU members n 3pm to 11pm - £6, £3 to CAMRA & EBCU members FRIDAY 24TH AUGUST 2018 OPEN ALL DAY n Noon to 3pm - £2, £1 to CAMRA & EBCU members n 3pm to 11.30pm - £6, £3 to CAMRA & EBCU members SATURDAY 25TH AUGUST 2018 OPEN ALL DAY n Noon to 3pm - £2, £1 to CAMRA & EBCU members n 3pm to 11.30pm - £6, £3 to CAMRA & EBCU members Pass outs available after 5pm. No admission or re-admission after 10.30pm. Accompanied children (under 18) are admitted free, but must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Dogs are permitted, so long as they are kept on a lead. Glasses are extra and cost £3 each. Undamaged glasses can be returned at any time during the
Opening Times and Prices
Fun at the Festival
Music Festival Brewery Bars
The Beer List
Key Keg Beers
Site Plan and Cooper Demonstration World Beers
Brew Off Competition and Escape Bar
Cider and Perry English Wine Bar
RNLI Festival Charity
This Festival Guide is published by the Peterborough & District Branch of CAMRA Copyright © 2018, The Campaign for Real Ale Ltd. Views or comments expressed in this publication may not necessarily be those of the Branch or CAMRA. Produced on behalf of CAMRA by: Shilling Lane Media. Tel. 01778 421550/07736 635916 Designed by Matt Chapman
festival in exchange for a new clean glass, or for a full refund of £3. Conditions of Entry apply this year for Visitor’s Safety and Enjoyment. All visitors will consent to a random search, as a condition of entry. All bags are liable to search by the Gate Security on entry. The management reserves the right to refuse admission,
and remove visitors from the event. All visitors consent to be included in official photography, visual and audio recordings. The management will not accept responsibility for any losses of valuables. In accordance with the law, smoking is not permitted within marquees, nor is the use of E-cigarettes. Use the designated Smoking Shelters or the great outdoors.
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Have Fun at the Festival
e all hope that your visit to the Beer Festival this year will be a memorable one. Remember without your support the festival could not take place, and the chance to sample some of the excellent brews on offer would be lost. Please try and imagine the festival marquees as one giant pub. Of course, as with all pubs there are certain rules we have to comply with. The times of opening are published in the programme and the marquees are completely non-smoking. Accompanied children are allowed in the bar marquees but please keep them away from the bar serveries. And remember that it is against the law to drink alcohol on site if you are under 18. You will need to buy a glass before you start. If it gets too sticky or you want to change glass sizes just take it back to the glasses counter and exchange it. The Beer Festival serves all beer, cider and wine in oversized glasses with government stamped line measured markings to ensure that you, the customer, gets a full measure in your glass. Please be careful if you put your glass down on a table, on the grass or anywhere that it could be knocked over and broken. If such an event does occur, please inform a member of staff or security that there is broken glass. On no account attempt to pick up the pieces yourself. We have staff with the proper equipment to retrieve it safely. Do not grind it into the grass! Other events take place on this site after we have finished.
Be careful not to leave your glass unattended. Remember â€“ You paid for it! To ensure you enjoy the festival at all times we advise you to start off with some light beers, say a mild or low gravity ale, then on to something a bit stronger. Starting off with the strongest beers on the menu means your taste buds get no chance to enjoy the different flavours that the various brews offer. As with any other pub we do have the right to eject any person who we feel is a threat to other customers or our staff. Thankfully this is a very rare occurrence. Also remember that, just like other pubs, you are not allowed to drink your own alcohol on site and illegal drugs are totally banned and their use will result in a call to the police. Finally let me remind you of the dedicated staff who are serving you at the festival. Every one of them is an unpaid volunteer, so please be patient at busy times. The person serving you may well have been on duty for the best part of the day, or the whole week and are naturally starting to flag a bit! You can help these people by joining CAMRA and offering to help run the festival. Cheers! Enjoy the Festival
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llergen information for the beers, ciders, perries and wines will be available at the CAMRA Membership and Information stand. Please enquire there if you have any specific request about allergens or ask a member of the bar staff who will find out for you. The food provided at this festival is from independent catering establishments and each will display their own allergen information. Cask Beers: Normally contain one or more cereals including barley, wheat, rye and oats (Gluten). A few may contain Sulphites. We hope to have at least one beer suitable for Coeliacs. Bottled Beers & Lagers: Normally contain one or more cereals including barley, wheat, rye and oats. (Gluten). A few may contain Sulphites. Some bottled beers are suitable for Coeliacs.
Cider & Perry: Many contain Sulphites. Wines: Many contain Sulphites and a may contain Milk and Eggs. Soft Drinks: Generally, no allergens.
VEGANS & VEGETARIANS The Membership & Information stand also has details of products that are suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Cask Beers: Most cask ales contain isinglass finings but some are now sold without finings. Bottled Beers: Many use finings but there are some suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Cider & Perry, Wine & Soft Drinks: Generally no issues here.
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Entertainment & Music at the Festival
eterborough Beer Festival is here again with a “MASSIVE” thank you to ALL of the bands and entertainers that have given their time and commitment to perform at this year’s beer festival. The atmosphere within the Entertainment Tent at PBF is quite unique in offering a huge covered area, a first class sound/lighting system and a varied music selection that’s always appreciated by festival goers, old and young alike, throughout the five days of our festival. As well as the evening entertainment, do bear in mind other acts during the course of the festival. Peterborough Morris will be entertaining us at different locations around the site on the TUESDAY evening from around 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, plus The Palmy Uke Band will be on the main stage FRIDAY teatime around 4:00 p.m. and we have FULL
TUESDAY 21ST AUGUST Open Mic with Stacey
With the popularity of Open Mic evenings ever increasing around pubs in the Peterborough area, this has now become a regular feature of PBF. We are looking forward to giving another opportunity to some of our less well known individuals to show off their unique talents on the Beer Festival Stage. This event will again be hosted by Stacy, so if you would like the opportunity to appear, do please contact her IN ADVANCE to register your interest. Stacy can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org ON STAGE FROM AROUND 7:30PM
guitar, huge pounding beats and craziness from Staceman, high energy vocals and showmanship from Connor Gordon and stonking bass grooves from Dan Stimpson. We promise a show that you won’t forget and our mission every time is to get the crowd involved and have a great time. With songs covered from artists such as Muse, Led Zeppelin, Royal Blood, Oasis, The Who, Jimmy Eat World, The Beatles, AC/ DC, Coldplay, Pulp, Prince, Manic Street Preachers, Cranberries, The Cult and a whole lot more. You won’t be disappointed. www.facebook.com/lastminutebrigade ON STAGE FROM AROUND 8:00 PM, 9:00 PM AND 10:00PM
WEDNESDAY 22ND AUGUST
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Last Minute Brigade
Last Minute Brigade are a fourpiece Peterborough based band delivering a show of musical skill and pure showmanship on a huge level. With the skills of Andy Hughes on 10
entertainment programme for the SATURDAY afternoon from 2:00 p.m. onwards. Please enjoy some of the finest music on offer in Peterborough in the lead up to the bank holiday weekend and support this impressive range of talent playing on the big Beer Fest stage in a friendly atmosphere with “something for everyone”. Thanks to all that have expressed an interest in performing at PBF. If you believe that you or your band has the ability to entertain festival visitors in 2019, then please “e” mail details as below. We will be looking at options during the first quarter of next year. All times are approximate and subject to change. Please refer to www.beer-fest.org.uk for updates and further information. Mike Lane email@example.com
The Expletives are a fantastic fourpiece Peterborough based band delivering a high energy show both musically and visually. The Expletives sets are jam-
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FRIDAY 24TH AUGUST Palmy Uke Band
packed full of fun and feisty Punk ‘N’ New Wave Classics from back in the day. The Expletives recreate onstage the songs and sounds of The Jam, Sex Pistols, Buzzcocks, Undertones, Specials, Sham 69, Ramones, Ruts, Madness, Dr Feelgood, Blondie, The Dammed, The Clash, Elvis Costello, Iggy Pop, The Vapours, The Members, Eddy and the Hot Rods, Jilted John, David Bowie and much, much more. www.facebook.com/TheExpletivesBand ON STAGE FROM AROUND 7:30 PM
Following the success of opening for Status Quo, The Darkness, Black Stone Cherry, Slade, Bernie Marsden (Whitesnake), Eric Martin (Mr Big), Graham Bonnet (Rainbow); Walkway’s distinct vocals, jaw dropping solos and solid rhythm section have created a huge buzz and gained the band the reputation as one of the UK’s best unsigned rock bands. In July 2017 the band released their highly anticipated third album, titled ‹WWIII›. Recorded in thirteen days at Sonic One Studio and mastered at the legendary Abbey Road Studio’s by Sean Magee. The album contains twelve new Walkway songs, plus a tribute to the late Status Quo Guitarist/ Vocalist Rick Parfitt with a cover of Quo’s “Rain” featuring the original Status Quo Drummer John Coghlan guesting on drums. “Really enjoyed it, loved the energy you guys had. You boys are annoyingly good”Rick Parfitt & Francis Rossi (Status Quo) “I actually felt like I was at your show…” Dan Hawkins (Guitarist for The Darkness) www.officialwalkway.com ON STAGE FROM AROUND 9:00 PM
The Palmy Uke Band (P.U.B. for short) is an eclectic mix of music and performers attracting a huge range of audiences at a wide variety of venues from the Peterborough Beer Festival to Fetes & Charity events. In fact anywhere that people like to gather to have a jolly good time! We make it our business to share Ukulele love, joy and happiness wherever we go by putting our spin on popular sing along, foot stomping tunes from the 60’s, 70’s & 80’s; Johnny Cash and The Beatles to The Kinks, Neil Diamond, Tom Jones, The Undertones, and many, many more. Although we’re a bit of an odd bunch from all different sorts of backgrounds & professions (we even have our own bona fide 1980’s pop star in our midst.....see if you can spot him!) we all rub along very nicely and are, as the song goes, “Happy Together”. www.palmyukeband.com ON STAGE FROM AROUND 4:00 PM
Revolver have become known for their highly energetic stage performances of all the biggest indie anthems. A very visual band to watch, they manage to engage the audience from the word go and make any event belong to the audience as much as the band. Don’t be surprised to see frontman Nok bring his Geordie charm into the crowd and get the less shy joining in. With over 300 gigs behind them in the five and a half years since vocalist Nok and Mark Delaine Smith (Former member of the UKs top Oasis tribute) started the band in 2013, Revolver have been earning the main billing on many festivals from the North East down to local ones in their Lincolnshire homeland. Joining Nok and Mark are the dynamic Danny Hunt on guitar and explosive Dan Spence on drums. It has often been commented that when watching the band you can’t keep still, whichever one of the four you watch there’s always something going on. If you are into the big indie numbers by Oasis, The Kaiser Chiefs, Stereophonics, Feeder, U2, up to date pop like Walk the Moon or classics by The Jam, The Police, Erasure and even quirky stuff like Wheatus PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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ENTERTAINMENT and Scouting for Girls and you like your tunes served up bursting with energy and performance with ripping riffs and full on vocal harmonies then you will have a top night and join the many others who have become a part of the large Revolver family. www.revolveruk.com ON STAGE FROM AROUND 7:30 PM
The Dizzie Miss Lizzys
The Dizzy Miss Lizzys began in 2012 after an invitation to perform with PETE BEST, the original drummer of the Beatles. Their sound then evolved from a Beatle tribute band to a three part harmony heavy rock band of the highest order. Gizz Butt, the guitarist virtuoso known for playing for The Prodigy (headlining Glastonbury, Reading and playing to 250,000 in Moscow Red Square) and chart success with his own band Janus Stark, formed the band with drummer legend Fozzy and they have shot to Peterborough high popularity status in a wake of packed dance floors and face melting, hard rocking guitar and drum wizardry. Fusing The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Lenny Kravitz, Free, The Eagles, Cream, Bowie, Bolan, GNR and Queen in a heavy rocking unique way like nobody else.
Joined by the fantastically talented Ex Midget singer-guitarist Richard Gombault and Paul Macca lookalike Si Martin they have gone on to become one of Peterboroughâ€™s most popular and adored local rock bands Red hot and raunchy, rock n roll and heavy rockinâ€™ fretwork, sing your lungs out with The Dizzy Miss Lizzys. High Energy, passion, sweat and humour from top class musicians with top class songs. Instant feel good factor! www.facebook.com/TheDizzyMissLizzys ON STAGE FROM AROUND 9:30 PM
SATURDAY AFTERNOON BANDS Velocity
Velocity are a fresh and high energy punk, indie and classic rock influenced power trio from Peterborough. Delivering classic and modern covers as well as their own material they never fail to excite a crown and rock out. ON STAGE FROM AROUND 2:00 PM
All the way from Lincolnshire, 21 year old singer songwriter Meg has been performing in pubs and clubs since the age
of 12. Her influences include P!nk, Frank Turner, Johnny Cash along with many other well-known singer songwriters. Besides her liking for old country music Meg loves to please a crowd with her range of punchy modern tunes full of sass and passion. ON STAGE FROM AROUND 3:00 PM
Third Stone from the Sun
TSFTS are another fine Peterborough Old-School Rock/Funk/Blues Covers band, putting their own spin
to classic tracks that have stood the test of time with covers from artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Prince, ZZ Top and many more. ON STAGE FROM AROUND 4:00 PM
The Broadcasters are a UK based Rockabilly trio from Peterborough, consisting of Peter Ravenhill on guitar, Tom Wright on vocals and double bass and Andy Clifton on drums. ON STAGE FROM AROUND 5:00 PM
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ENTERTAINMENT SATURDAY 25TH AUGUST The Hot One Two
The Hot One Two are a five-piece band mixing the sound of classic rock with today’s modern attitude, style, presence and energetic live show! Having scooped the prestigious ‘Best Rock Act’ and ‘The Showmanship Award’ from Cambridge’s prestigious annual band competition, THOT are now regulars on regional radio and have appeared at festivals and venues over the east and midlands. ‘Putting the swagger back into UK rock, The Hot One Two are an act you need to be checking out in 2018. Their debut release ‘Come Whatever May’ is of the quality of a band that have been together for years and is a real statement of intent from the Cambridgeshire five piece’. Tom Simkins, BBC Introducing Cambridgeshire. www.facebook.com/thehotonetwo ON STAGE FROM AROUND 7:30 PM
The Killerz are as close as you can get to The Killers. The band prides itself on its overall likeness to the chart topping
band. The music, the look and the energy created by the band makes you feel like you are watching the real thing. In 2017 The Killerz were voted the official No1 Killers tribute at the National Tribute Music Awards by the UK Entertainment Agency Association and a finalist in the Best UK Tribute Band category. The band is currently enjoying a tremendous wave of success. Performing in the UK and Internationally at various festivals, venues and events the band continue to gather support from their audiences and more impressively from The Killers support group The Victims receiving great reviews wherever they perform. Described as being an exciting and a brilliant imitation of the real thing by many fans The Killerz continue to please followers with new and old chart hits like Mr Brightside, When You Were Young, Human and many, many more. With a true passion and love of what they play The Killerz are looking forward to bringing that Las Vegas Superstars feel to the closing entertainment for Peterborough Beer Festival 2018. www.thekillerz.co.uk ON STAGE FROM AROUND 9:30 PM
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Brewery Bars ADNAMS Southwold, Suffolk Free Wheel A straw-coloured English Summer Ale with aromas of citrus and stone fruit.
Southwold Bitter A beautiful copper-coloured beer, late and dry-hopped with Fuggles for a distinctive, lingering hoppiness.
T-Drop 4% Infused with earl gray, jasmine and hibiscus tea to give this summer ale wonderful citrus aromas. Mosaic Mosiac hops to give bold hop character of peach, mango, lemon and pine.
Ghost Ship 4.5% A pale ale brewed with Pale Ale, Rye Crystal and Cara malts to create some great citrus flavours Broadside A dark ruby red beer rich in fruitcake aromas, almonds and conserved fruit.
Barrel Aged Stout Dark malts, rich coconut from the barrels with a slight acidity.
Skull & Hammers 4.0% Perfectly balanced pale ale. The bitter-sweet, citrus fruit flavour gives way to a smooth aftertaste, making this is a really moreish beer XXXB 4.8% A malty multiple-winner of CAMRAâ€™s Champion Premium Beer of Britain, our much loved XXXB is what youâ€™d call an English tawny beer. NENE VALLEY Oundle, Northants. Simple Pleasures A light beer with a pleasing citrus hop flavour
Manhatten Project A light and refreshing beer with lots of citrus and tropical flavours from the Mandarina, Citra and Eureka hops.
Release the Chimps Golden coloured American style pale ale with fruity hop aroma and flavour
Egyptian Cream 4.5% A milk stout created with a range of malts and flaked oats with a little extra lactose sweetness
BATEMANS Wainfleet, Lincs XB A well-rounded, smooth malty beer with a blackcurrant background. Hops initially give way to a bittersweet dryness.
Yella Belly Gold Blended with generous helpings of English and New Zealand hops, giving it that unique Kiwi flavour and aroma. Contains barley and wheat (Gluten).
Summer Swallow A crisp, dry,light, refreshing pale ale made with lager malts, while Cascade, Chinook and Bramling Cross hops are added late in the brewing process.
Pulping on your Stereo 4.5% Packed full of Mandarina & Citra hops plus loads of fresh oranges. UNFINED/HAZY. Big Bang Theory Well balanced pale ale with a huge hop aroma giving way to a malty sweetness.
Supersonic (KeyKeg) Gin and Tonic Wheat Beer, lovely light and refreshing (Key Keg)
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The Beer List
or an ale brewed by one of our ever increasing number of local Microbreweries head over to the LocAle Bar which is part of bar 4 in the north marquee, between the cider and keycask bar. There will be 22+ local breweries on show. Make sure you visit us to sample some of what our
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branch area brewers have to offer. You will not be disappointed, and don’t forget you will supporting your local economy, the local business entrepreneurs, local jobs, and helping to reduce “beer miles”, hence doing your bit for the planet. Don’t forget that a number of our local real ale establishments stock locally brewed ale & cider on a regular basis. This LocAle scheme is a major promotion within CAMRA, any local licencees that don’t currently stock local beers and would like more information feel free to contact the branch LocAle coordinator, Mark Wroe (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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ABBEYDALE Sheffield, South Yorkshire Dodgem 3.9% A New Zealand hopped Pale ale. Moonshine 4.3% A beautifully balanced pale straw-coloured premium bitter with a distinctive floral aroma. ABSTRACT JUNGLE Langley Mill, Derbyshire Restless Golden 4.5% Sessionable hop hitter with bags of Simcoe and Amarillo hops. Resinous and fruity. Mosaic Pale 4.9% Golden Ale, rich and smooth, hoppy but not too bitter ACORN Barnsley, South Yorkshire Decades 4.5% A pale ale brewed to celebrate the music of the 80’s
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AIRE HEADS Goole, East Yorkshire Reet Good Middle ‘N A proper Yorkshire Bitter
ANARCHY Stannington, Northumberland Guzzolene Session IPA with Mango, lychee, guava, and passionfruit. thirst quenching .
Quiet Riot 6.6% South Pacific IPA. Kiwi fruits, lime, orange zest. Big bitterness balanced with sweet malts. ANGLES ALES Peterborough Ten Horsepower USA style bitter - Maris Otter and cara malt, Chinook hops
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THE BEER LIST Necromancer 5.5% Light gold bitter - Maris Otter pale ale malt, torrified barley. Fuggles, East Kent and Jester hops. H.M.S. Glatton 7.4% East India Pale Alenamed after this fine warship, is made to an original East India Company recipe Principia Imperial Stout 8%
Pilsner and Vienna malts coupled a mixed roast barley. Three different hops are used to flavour the stout which has undertones of vanilla, chocolate and a hint of brandy. ARBOR Bristol, Avon Shangri-La 4.3% Bright and hoppy but not too sweet! Has a nice tang to it. S-Bomb 4.7% Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. ASHLEY CARR/XTREME ALES Peterborough Duke of Jarl 3.8%
Lip smacking, thirst quenching, ace tasting, motivating, good buzzing, cool walking, high talking, fast living, ever giving.....CITRA! ASHOVER Clay Cross, Derbyshire Amberella 4.6% Full Flavour, Fruity and Hoppy AUSTENDYKE ALES Weston Hills, Lincolnshire Long Lane 4% Traditional Amber best Bitter,made with Fuggles and Goldings Hops. Hogsgate 5% Premium Malty Amber Traditional Bitter Brexit 5% Premium Dark Bitter with Mosaic and Cascade Hops BAD CO. Dishforth, North Yorkshire Yorkshire Bitter 3.8% Green fruits, Malty sweetness, refreshing after taste. Citra Pale 4.5% American pale ale BAD SEED Malton, North Yorkshire Punch Bowl 3.8% Hazy pale ale with tropical fruit flavours BAKERS DOZEN Ketton, Rutland System of a Brown 4.1% American brown - Bravo - Centennial 20
Belgian Allsorts Liquorice Belgian dark - Mandarina Bavaria - Liquorice Electric Landlady Tell Me Rye I Donâ€™t Like Mondays. Tell Me Ryeâ€™
Pale hoppy rye - Mosaic - Vic Secret The Big Twig Stong English bitter - Jester - Olicana BARSHAM WEST Barsham, Norfolk
Barsham Oaks An amber coloured easy drinking bitter with a balanced Mosaic hop finish. Knot Just Another I.P.A. A golden, hoppy, true-to-style IPA, brewed using Norfolk-grown Maris Otter barley with a good blast of British Bodicea hops BEARTOWN Congleton, Cheshire Peach Melbear Unusual and distinctive with a sweet aroma of peaches and elderflower. Bearly Literate Golden pale ale, floral and fruity. BEER INK Lindley, West Yorkshire LeaveBeforeLightComesOn
Hoppy black IPA ImperialRaspberryMShakeStt
Imperial Raspberry Milkshake Stout. BEXAR COUNTY Peterborough Tropical Storm 4.2% A fruit forward pale. Hints of pineapple, coconut, and cherry Flow through this session pale ale. Raspberry Treat 5.4% A raspberry infused American wheat beer. Raspberry in the front, raspberry in the end. Where Have U Bean all my life 7.4% Three bean (tonka, coffee, and vanilla) stout. Light, easy and smooth yet full of flavour. Burn the lines 4.2%
A beetroot Gose. Slightly salty, slightly sour, very beetroot. Not one of your five a day. BILLERICAY Billericay, Essex Billericay Dickie 4.2% Balanced amber ale with biscuit notes.
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THE BEER LIST Chilli Porter
Spicy dark ale brewed with a blend of 4 malts and addition of fresh chillies to give the flavour of chilli. BINGLEY Bingley, West Yorkshire Hop Shot 4.0% Fully loaded Hop Shot of US Citra hop. Smooth and floral with a citrus aroma and flavour. Strong hop kick while allowing solid flavour to come out. Garden Fox 4.3% Golden Ale, collabrative ale with the Fox n Goose BIRMINGHAM Birmingham B30 Gold Brummie 5.5% English IPA, made from British pale floor malt, a mix of British and new world hops for extra bitterness, an explosion of full flavoured hops BLACKJACK/2ND CITY COFFEE Manchester Signature 4.5%
Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. BLACKJACK Manchester Snip Snap Snorum 4.6% A new pale ale, crisp and refreshing with some Bohemian pilsner malt , hopped with Summer and Victoria Secret. BLACKJACK & TRACKSIDE BAR Manchester Dampfbier 5.8% Collaberation German steam beer with The Trackside Pub for Manchester Beer Week 2018 BLACK STORM Whitley Bay, Tyne & Wear
Blonde 4.0% A refreshingly hoppy blonde with a subtle biscuit malt flavour and a strong hoppy backbone from an abundance of first gold hops. Gold 4.3% Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. Porter 5.2% A good chunky robust porter with a rich malt profile from plenty of chocolate and crystal malts. BLACKPIT Buckingham, Bucks. Day Tripper 3.8% Hoppy number with Citra, Simcoe & Amarillo. Indian Ink 6.0% Black IPA punchy hop aroma balanced by a strong bitter finish. BLUE BEE Sheffield, South Yorkshire American 5 Hop V31 4.3% Pale and hoppy combining Ekuanot, Willamette, Citra, Columbus and Cascade which give a citrus hop flavour leading to a dry finish 22
Mango Milkshake Pale
An unfined hazy pale ale brewed with Mangoes, Citra hops, lactose and flaked oats to give big mango fruit flavour. BLUE BELL Whaplode St Catherine, Lincs. Tillyâ€™s Golden Tipple 3.7% Golden Ale New Honesty 4.1% Amber coloured, pleasant dry English bitter Ingle Dingle 5.1% Super Delicious English Bitter BLUE MONKEY Nottingham, Nottinghamshire Funky Gibbon 4.1% A traditional light copper coloured ale. Infused with Willamette hops from the USA to create a fruity and earthy beer. Infinity I.P.A. 4.6% Delicious award winning IPA is brewed with massive amounts of Citra hops to give a distinctive yet traditional taste. BOSS Swansea, West Glamorgan Copacobana 3.9% Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. Brett 5.0% Pleasant light witbier with a slight tropical fruit aftertaste BRANSCOMBE VALE Branscombe, Devon Summa This 4.2% English Bitter Summa That 5.0% Clear gold ale with hoppy and lemony citrus nose. Fruity with a bitter finish. BRASS CASTLE Malton, North Yorkshire Quench 3.2% Hazy & hoppy New England style session pale - brewed to a dangerously drinkable 3.2%. Hazelnut Mild 4.2% A luscious 5-malt nut brown mild with a delicate hazelnut aroma. Burnout 5.8%
As it says, an English style mild beer with hazlenuts BREWED PONY/MILETREE Peterborough My Name is Mud
Very smooth milk stout with a belgian character of cookies, raisins and chocolate.
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THE BEER LIST BREW YORK York, North Yorkshire JARSA 3.7% Juicy & Refreshing IPA Session Ale Kiwi 5.0% Both the 3 New Zealand hops and the 6 malts shine through to give a delightfully balanced malty beer that packs big hop flavour and aroma. BRITT ROWLEY Regis, West Midlands
Brew Brittania Amber/gold in colour, sweetish with low hop bitterness, some caramel. Dry finish. BROTHERS IN ARMS Collaboration Brew, Yorkshire So Far Away Brewers are Five Towns, Great Heck, North Riding & Revolutions. BUMBLING @ XTREME Peterborough
Hazlenut Chocolate Overload
Milk Stout brewed with chocolate malt, cocoa powder and whole dark chocolate. Citra I.P.A. 4.3%
Straw coloured, single hopped modern beer made with lager malt and Citra hops. BREWSTERS Grantham, Lincolnshire Krafty Kiwi 4.0% Light gold brew with oats & wheat for smoothness plus generous amounts of Pacific Jade, Gem & and Waiti NZ hops Libertas 4.5% Copper coloured rye beer with US hops Rasp-Beer-Rye 4.8% A raspberry rye beer, light copper colour with addition of raspberry puree to the brew. BROWN COW Barlow, North Yorkshire Thriller in Vanilla 5.1% Mrs. Simpsonâ€™s Thriller in Vanilla.A Porter style beer. CAIRNGORM Aviemore, Inverness Black Gold 4.4% A smooth, deep amber coloured ale with a complex malt, fruit and hop flavour. Wildcat 5.1% Deep amber & fruity SIBA winner. CAMPERVAN Edinburgh The Hoppy Botanist 3.8% Seriously fruity session IPA loaded with orange zest and van full of West Coast American hops. 24
Leith Juice Orange I.P.A. 5.7% Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. CASTLE ROCK Nottingham Black Gold 3.5% An award winning well balanced dark mild ale with some bitterness, full bodied, but not overly sweet. Harvest Pale 3.8% Supreme Champion Beer of Britain 2010. Blonde in colour and brewed with Cascade, Centennial and Chinook hops giving a subtle citrus character with refreshing bitterness. Elsie Mo 4.7% Lovely golden hue. A blend of First Gold, Aurora and Bobek hops give the beer its delicate citrus aroma and floral taste. CASTOR Castor, Cambs. Hopping Toad 4.1% A refreshing bitter brewed with light malt, balanced with hops giving a flowery and spicy, citrus-like quality with a slight grapefruit characteristic. Roman Mosaic 4.2% Festival special with a rich grain bill balanced by hop additions providing fruity characteristics, especially mango, lemon, lime and lychee. Old Scarlett 4.3% A traditional grain bill providing a rich scarlet coloured beer balanced by New World hops providing fruity twist with the hint of pine-like aromas. Principal Porter 5.0% A modern take on a traditional porter recipe providing a rich, deep flavours with hints of tropical fruit, in taste and aroma giving an exciting twist to old beer style. All nature has a feeling 6.0%
A powerful collision of old style strong malty bitter dry hopped with Citra giving way to lime, gooseberries and grapefruit flavours. And What is Life-an hour glass on the run 6.0%
A malt base providing a strong tasty premium bitter with hop additions and latterly infused with bog myrtle, giving a spicy after taste with hints of camphor. CHAPTER Sutton Weaver, Cheshire Parabola 4.7% Punchy, fragrant APA with a huge Columbus burst that compliments the smooth malt bill.
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THE BEER LIST Dead Man’s Fist Porter
This smoked porter slinks smoothly past before being followed by the crack and heat of fiery black pepper. CLOUDED MINDS Oxford, Oxfordshire N253 3.9% Session IPA fruity and resiny. Nicely hopped with Citra and Chinook hops. CRANKSHAFT Leyland, Lancashire English I.P.A. 5.0% Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. CRATE Hackney Wick, London E9 Golden 3.8% A bright golden session ale with a crisp hop finish. DANCING DUCK Derby, Derbyshire Dcuk 4.3% A great aroma and powerful upfront hoppy bitterness give way to an explosion of citrus and pine flavours. Not for the faint hearted! 22 4.3% A wonderfully balanced best bitter with good malty flavour and dark fruit notes, a great thirst quenching beer. DIGFIELD Lilford, Northants. Chiff Chaff 3.9% An amber gold pale ale with a distinct hoppy aroma Barnwell Bitter 4.0% Traditional amber, easy drinking beer with a malty finish Aged Old Crow Porter 4.3% A traditional rich full bodied porter Mad Monk 4.8% Deliciously full-bodied and slightly darker, this strong ale has hints of malt and chocolate in the finish
DIG BREW Digbeth, Birmingham
Stout 4.1% A Vegan dark Stout DUNHAM MASSEY Dunham Massey, Cheshire Chocolate Cherry Mild 3.8% Chocolate Cherry Mild has all the class of “Dunham Dark”, with a dry hint of cherry that cuts through the beer. DURHAM Durham, County Durham Elderflower Pale 4.2% Lots of elderflowers make a wonderful English country summer aroma with a light smattering of Amarillo hops. EAST LONDON Leyton, London Barbed Wheat Rhubarb 4.6% Quintessentially English rhubarb infused wheat beer ELECTRIC Bear Bath, Somerset Big Up Wai-iti 4.8% An abundance of bright, sweet and zesty citrus in the form of lemon and lime blend into a mellow bitterness bringing all the good vibez brah. Ground Below 5.2% Coffee is the life-blood of the brewing industry. This brew uses Clifton Coffee Roasters Brazilian Amarelo Mantiqueira giving notes of melon, hazelnut and toffee. ELGOOD’S Wisbech, Cambridgeshire Black Dog 3.6% Black red mild with liquorice and chocolate. Dry roasty finish Cambridge Bitter 3.8% Fruit and malt on the nose with increasing hops and balancing malt on the palate. Dry finish.
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THE BEER LIST Golden Newt 4.1% Pale session bitter with a prominent hop character. Beer Goggles 5.0% Clear gold coloured beer. ELLAND Elland, West Yorkshire Chinook 4.3% A single hopped golden session beer. A hint of spice, strong citrus and grapefruit aroma and flavours. 1872 Porter 6.5% International Award Winning Porter based around an original 1872 recipe (hence the name), EXIT 33 Sheffield, South Yorkshire Double Citra 4.3% American Pale Ale FABLE (CUCKOO) Great Wakerling, Essex Elixir Gold 3.8% Session beer has been brewed using a late addition of Mosaic hops and then dry hopped with even more Mosaic, Citra and Cascade. FIXED WHEEL Blackheath, W. Midlands Quick Release Table Beer 3.0% Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. Chain Reaction Pale 4.2% A chain reaction of ingredients brings this Pale ale brewed with an English base malt and two big American hops giving orange and citrus flavours. FLASH HOUSE North Shields, Tyne & Wear Iron Dwarf 4.2% Fruity American Pale Ale Apricot & Passion Fruit Wheat X%
Fruit infused wheat beer. FORGE Woolley Cross, Cornwall Litehouse Supreme Champion Beer. Golden colour, light and hoppy citrus notes with a hint of elder flower and a bitter finish. FRAMEWORK Leicester, Lecestershire Fox Paw Complex malt,rich sweet and satisfying. Winder Witbier style. Soft wheat flavour,with distinct orange taste from Northern Brewer hops and low bittering FYNE ALES Cairndow, Argyll Jarl Jarl is a full on citrus experience and a cracking session beerong citrus notes from the Citra hops. A very light golden ale that can be drunk in any season 26
Sublime Stout 6.8% A dark, deep ruby red stout, taste is of a mellow sweetness then a large malty fruitiness followed by a long smooth dry finish. GEORGES Great Wakerling, Essex Cockle Boats 4.0% Deep copper colour, 5 malt brew, dual hopped resulting in a juicy session ale Child of the Jago 4.4%
This bold APA is brewed with Simcoe, Citra, Mosaic, and Centennial hops. Light in colour, aromatic on the nose, with a bitter bite on the tongue GOLDEN TRIANGLE Norwich, Norfolk Mosaic City 3.8% Single hopped golden pale ale with Mosaic hops. Full of Mosaicity ! Mosaic City Special 3.8%
Unfined & extra zest with a larger hop infusion. Elderflowerpower (Unfined) 4.2% Refreshing extra pale ale brewed with hand picked Norfolk Elderflowers and Cascade hops. GRAIN Alburgh, Norfolk Redwood 4.3% A rich red bitter that beautifully balances roasted malts with sherbert grapefruit hoppiness. Slate 6.0% A deep, dark and rich smoked porter, brewed with a complex blend of malts. CAMRA Silver Overall Champion of Norwich Beer Festival 2014. GRAINSTORE Oakham, Rutland Rutland Panther 3.4% A well balanced dark mild, whose chocolate and fruity flavours complement its roasted long smooth finish. Category winner at the G.B.B.F. and overall runner up in 2005. Rutland Bitter 3.4% A distinctive beer predomintly bitter in taste but also possessing some sweetness and a fruity, hoppy aroma. Red Kite 3.8% Deep red in colour and is made using a traditional Mild Ale malt variety that was a staple of bitters and milds brewed in the Midland in the 1950s Beesting 4.5% A refreshing light golden honey brew, exhibiting a mellow sweetness, finely balanced against a subtle floral/honey aroma and flavour.
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GRANITE ROCK Penryn, Cornwall Summer Solstice 4.0% English Pale Ale. Pleasant light beer with faint hop flavours. GREAT HECK Great Heck, South Yorkshire Voodoo Mild 4.3% Very dark mild brewed with addition of chocolate and black malt. Epiphany 4.5% Seriously hopped APA, intense floral, citrusy aromas and very refreshing. GREAT OAKLEY Tiffield, Northants. Welland Valley Mild 3.8% A dark and flavoursome mild with a slight roast taste. Tiffield Thunderbolt 4.2% Thirst quenching pale ale using 2 different NZ hops Gobble 4.5% Won SIBA Gold (Regional Beer Competition) in 2011 GREAT WESTERN Bristol, Avon Maiden Voyage 4.0% Chestnut in colour, fresh bitterness are brought upon by the finest Fuggle hops, with slight nutty, 09/07/2018 11:35 caramel undertones followed by a bitter-sweet finish. Old Higby 4.8% A Premium bitter dark red in colour. The Brambling Cross hops give a slight berry infusion creating a very moreish premium bitter. GREEN DUCK Stourbridge, West Midlands Hysteria 4.2% Zesty Americam pale ale GREEN JACK Lowestoft, Suffolk Manderina Orange 4.2% Bright golden ale brewed with fresh and dry orange peel to give a tangerine flavour, a floral aroma and a smooth subtle finish. Jester 4.4% Hoppy pale ale a citrus fruity aroma. Ripper 8.5% Strong, sweet and fruity with a warming finish HADRIAN BORDER Newcastle upon Tyne Tyneside Blonde 3.9% Extra pale, intense floral, citrusy aromas and very refreshing. HAMMERTON Islington London N7 5.2% Refreshing bold IPA with a complex citra aroma. HARVEYS Lewes, Sussex Dark Mild 3.0% A Dark Mild A well-balanced beer with a soft, slightly sweet palate. Harveyâ€™s awards for Milds date back over half a century.
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THE BEER LIST Lewes Castle Brown Ale 4.8% Best Standard Dark Ale in the 2008 World Beer Awards. A traditional full malty ‘Brown Ale’ with a creamy head with coffee and liquorice notes. HEAVY INDUSTRY Henllan, Clwyd Nelson’s Eye 4.4% A golden ale, using Nelson Sauvin hops for flavour and aroma. This unique hop evokes white grape skins, tropical fruits and citrus. This bitter beer is a real eye opener. Collaborator 5.0% A very dark red beer with a complex, dark roast malt character, hints of liquorice balanced by a blend of hops that give a spicy, refreshing bitterness. HOP BACK DOWNTON, WILTSHIRE Taiphoon 4.3% Pale gold beer with hints of Lemongrass and coriander. Hop Fest 4.5% East Kent, Goldings, Styrian, & Pioneer hops give this feisty blonde ale lip-smacking flavour. HOP STUDIO York, North Yorkshire Mosaic 4.3% Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. X X% Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. HOPSHACKLE Market Deeping, Lincs. Token’s Tribute 2018 4.0%
Golden Beer With intense flavours of citrus and Tropical Fruit American Pale Ale An amber coloured ale. The taste is Citrus hop with gooseberry and lychees and a dry bitter finish Hopnosis A Golden Beer with background Malt & intense tropical fruit flavours Tobacco Dock Porter
Black Beer tasting of rich malt Dark Chocolate ,liquorice & a Smoky background. HORNCASTLE Horncastle, Lincolnshire Wicked Blonde 3.9% Sandy blonde session ale with fruity characters Dragons Flame 4.3% Chestnut red winter warmer HORSFORTH Horsforth, West Yorkshire Pale 4.8% Light sweet flavour with mild rindy bitterness and fruit flavours
HOWLING HOPS Hackney Wick, London E9 Chocolate Stout 4.8% Dark, rich chocolate stout with roasted malts and coffee notes. Hackney Wick, London E10 Pale XX 5.2% Golden amber, small white head, soft sweet floral sweet fruits on the nose HUMPTY DUMPTY/NBB Reedham, Norfolk Calamity 4.1% Deliciously malty traditional bitter, with dry aftertones HUMPTY DUMPTY Reedham, Norfolk Broadland Sunrise 4.1% A crisp, orange-red ale brewed with additions of rye for a dry finish with citrus American hop notes. HUNTERS Ipplepen, Devon Crispy Pig 4.0% A light gold speciality ale with the unmistakable aroma of apples and fruit. IMPERIAL/STEEL CITY Mexborough/SheffieldSYorks. Kate put the Hops in 4.5% Pale ale with Topaz, Ekuanot & Citra. KELHAM ISLAND Sheffield, South Yorkshire Shooting Stars 4.2% An all English pale ale, brewed with Lally sourced malt and three varieties of English hops, that give this beer a fruity, spicy and slight grapefruit character Rkid 5.5% A clean, slightly malty palate is complemented by an earthy, spicy aroma with subtle orange notes. KEPPELS Rochford, Essex
Tipsy Crow Stout 5.0% A dark strong stout with a smoky flavour. Thin liquorice taste with a mild bitterness but doesn’t leave an after taste on the palate One of Those Days 6.8%
Dark and malty the perfect end to a stressful day! KING’S CLIFFE King’s Cliffe, Northants. 5C 3.8% Golden colour, gentle hoppy taste and clean refreshing finish No. 10 4.0% Traditional English hop varieties and crystal malt combine to create this amber coloured beer with a distinctive malty flavour and a lasting after taste. PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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THE BEER LIST 66Degrees 4.2% Sweet and floral with Fuggles, Challenger and East Kent Golding hops. P51 5.1% Traditional English porter . Roasted and chocolate malts give a smooth and sitinctive roast malt and fruit taste KINVER Kinver, Staffordshire Nightjar Mild 4.3% Plesant drinking English Mild Ale The Kids are Ale Right 4.5% Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. LACONS Great Yarmouth, Norfolk Encore 3.8% Light amber, packed with a smooth citrus punch. Balanced dry pine and zesty flavour throughout that finishes with a robust long bitterness. Embankment 4.5%
Festival Special! with tangy citrus, apricot and peach hitting the mouth. Fresh with a slight bitter finish. Yarmouth Red Premium beer with an abundance of fruit flavours from Citra hops. Tropical fruit on the nose and a balance of lime and mango on the palate. Yarmouth Strong
English old style strong ale. Warm, lightly spiced biscuit base with fruit tones and a hint of blackcurrant. Imperial Stout
A rich, classic triple hopped robust stout, wth a hint of citrus and a long dry finish. LEEDS Leeds, West Yorkshire Hip Hop 4.5% A real hop bomb. Made using the American hop, Denali, pineapple and citrus flavours give this fruity ale a refreshing finish LEIGH ON SEA Leigh on Sea, Essex
Six Little Ships 4.2% A boldly malty chestnut coloured traditional English Bitter. Admiral and Columbus make up the seafaring hop additions. Crowstone 5.5% A rich blend of 7 malts and 4 notorious American hops go to make this bold Black IPA. SS9 X%
A seriously strong stout (named after our postcode) characterised by deep boozy notes of coffee and chocolate.
LENTON LANE Nottingham, Nottinghamshire Bluebird 3.8% Pale, refreshing & hoppy. Bluebird is late & dry hopped for extra flavour & aroma. Amaretto Outpost 4.5% Superbly balanced and full bodied as a traditional best bitter should be. LOXLEY Sheffield, South Yorkshire Wisewood 5 3.9% Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. MALLINSONâ€™S Huddersfield, West Yorkshire Huell Melon 4.2% A vibrant pale ale with subtle honeydew notes on the aroma and a fruity cantaloup bitterness, Dreaming 4.6% A straw blonde coloured ale with a soft fruit nose with hints of mango and lime, and a good bitter taste with punchy orange zest overtones. MANTLE Cardigan, Dyfed Moho 4.3% Robust pale ale, finely balanced for a full on flavour treat Dark Heart 5.2% Rich, dark and smooth ale with a hint of spice. Tastefully & delicately crafted. MAREGADE Hackney, London Summer 4.8% Light hazy fruity session IPA , very drinkable MAULDONS Sudbury, Suffolk Lemon Adder 4.0% Fine, fresh citrus aromas which develop into a balanced, fruity and refreshing flavour, Blackberry Porter 4.8% A full-bodied, black porter, with a balanced hop aroma & rich blend of chocolate & roast flavours, giving way to a subtle sweet fruit finish MILE TREE Peterborough Rolling Mile 3.6% Classic English bitter - copper brown ale with a rich malt flavour and a soft hop aroma. Citra Blonde 3.7% Refreshing blonde ale with subtle hints of melon and a clean light lemon flavour. Larksong 4.5% Full bodied amber beer with a spicy hop finish. Pilsner lager malt Honey Porter 5.2% This porter has a unique character thanks to the late addition of Lally produced honey in the copper. PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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Peat malty aroma in the background. MILL VALLEY Cleakheaton, West Yorkshire Panther Pale 3.8% Pale Ale with Citra Hops, Vegan Friendly Contains No Isinglass MOURNE MOUNTAINS Warrenpoint, County Down Fierce Mild 3.7% Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. Barneys Bitter 3.9% Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. NAVIGATION Nottingham, Nottinghamshire Belgian Blonde 5.0%
Brewed with Belgian ale yeast giving it banana flavour. TheAnswertoLifetheUniverse
21ST ANNIVERSARY - 2018! HOP DEVIL 3.9% Award Winner A blonde ale with 6 American hop varieties Cascade, Citra, Ahtanum, Amarillo, Mosaic & Simcoe. Clean & hoppy with plenty of citrus flavours.Champion Bitter at Peterborough Beer Festival 2008 & Champion Golden beer at Northampton Beer Festival 2018. 40 IBU. GRINGO ROBOT 4.1% Fest. Special Golden ale made with generous amounts of Mexicanus hops. It features a range of flavours, including peach, lime and guava. Clean zesty finish. CARRAMBA ! 43 IBU TROPICAL I.P.A. 5.0% Brand new Big hoppy golden beer made with Galaxy, Styrian Cardinal, Mosaic and Nelson Sauvin Hops. A tropical treat, with mango, passion fruit, and pineapple flavours. 50+ IBU ‘BRING ME THE HOPS OF ALFREDO GARCIA’ Gringo with a dash of tequila & plenty of Mexican limes. 4.3%. Bit mad. Single barrel.
The Answer to Life the Universe & Everything brewed by us using Centennial & Summit hops at the brewery. Saviour 5.5% Brewed with lager malts, well-balanced with full American hop flavours. NEEPSEND Sheffield, South Yorkshire Erebus 4.8% Dry hopped stout. Rich and roasty malts complemented by a good bitterness and leading to a finish with hints of pine and lemon NEWBY WYKE Grantham, Lincs Banquo 3.8% English Pale Ale Black Beerd’s Oat Malt Stout 4.3% Fruit from the hops balances the rich malt & oats. Lusty 4.4% Blonde ale with four high alpha hops. Not to be mistaken for the East Coast beer.That one is not cask beer and brewed in America Festive Delight 5.0%
Fruit beer with real Victoria plum juice, raisins and orange peel. NEW WHARF Maidenhead, Berkshire
Tea With Erin 4.5% A full bodied stout with notes of chocolate, blackcurrants and liquorice,unfined Blackcurrant & Liqourish Stout 5.0% A light pale ale packed with Mosaic Hops and delicately dry hopped with Earl Grey Tea
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THE BEER LIST Transatlantic Black I.P.A.
Unfined,with 6 malts & three hops this fullbodied breakfast stout will surely hit the spot. With a light coffee bittersweet bourbon finish. NIGHTJAR Mytholmroyd, West Yorkshire Kalifornia 4.4% West Coast Pale dry hopped with Mozaic. NOBBY’S Thrapston, Northants Celeia 4.0% Golden Ale Swift Nick 4.2% Triple hopped pale ale. Golden ale, full mouth feel with an explosion of hops at the end Chocolate Porter 4.4% Dark porter with subtle plummy bitterness Nine Arches 4.4% Amber ale brewed with 4 malts and 4 hops for the perfect rounded flavour NORTH RIDING East Ayton, North Yorkshire Enigma 4.5% Aussie Pale Ale Tiramisu Porter 4.5% Tiramasu Porter, cant say fairer than that. OAKHAM Peterborough Citra 4.2% Light gold in colour, bursting with citrus and tropical hop flavours and sensationally refreshing. The original UK Citra. White Dwarf 4.3% Award winning Wheat Beer Mompesson’s Gold 5.2% Earthy floral aromas and sweet fruit flavours lead to a long hoppy bittersweet finish. Hawse Buckler 5.6% This spicy, rich and unique dark ale is bursting with chocolate and coffee malt flavours. OLDERSHAWS Barkston Heath, Lincs. John’s Brew 3.8% Amber beerb rewed as a thank you for the retiring drayman. Mosaic Blonde 4.3% Lager style packed with Mosaic hops. ONE MILE END Tottenham, London Great Tom Mild 3.8% Perfect sesssion mild with coffee, chocolate and blueberry notes. Dockers Delight 4.2% Classic English bitter with crystal malt and hopped with First Fold.
OSSETT Ossett, West Yorkshire Big Red 4.0% Brewed with pale, wheat, crystal and chocolate malt. This is a rich, full bodied ruby red ale, bursting with complex flavours. Happy Birthday 4.3% Golden bitter stuffed full of Styrian Wolf hops to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Ossett Brewery. OSSETT/RAT Huddersfield, West Yorkshire White Rat 4.0% Winner of many Beer of the festival awards, this very pale, hoppy ale with an intensely aromatic & resinous finish. Mr. Ratty 4.8% Vanilla Milk Stout. Sweet and silky smooth milk stout, with a hint of vanilla and a nutty, chocolaty finish. OSSETT/FERNANDES Wakefield, West Yorkshire Rhubard & Custard 4.0% Pale beer brewed with rhubarb and vanilla. Cherry Chocolate Stout 4.5% A tasty, fruity dark stout with hints of honey and toffee with a distinct cherry flavour. OSSETT/RIVERHEAD Marsden, West Yorkshire Standedge Pale 4.3% Pale ale with brewed with British bittering hops & American aroma hops. OUTGANG Kinsley, West Yorkshire Tailgate Ripper 3.9% English bitter PANTHER Reepham, Norfolk American Pale Ale 4.2% Extra pale ale with a blend of Mosaic, Amarillo, Motueka and German hops . Beast of the East 5.5% American Red ale, distinctively sleek with a bite. PAPWORTH Earith, Cambs. Mild Thing 3.5%
Trad. Conker coloured limited edition. Twotti Frutti Too A crisp and light bodied golden ale with a fruity late hop finish from olicana hops Crystal Ship Amber coloured beer with a zesty hoppy bitterness. Koura Hefeweizen PARISH Burrough on the Hill, Leics Farm Gold A golden Beer
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THE BEER LIST Elderflower Special
Best bitter with elderflower Baz’s Bonce Blower 12.3% A festival classic and at one time (pre Brewdog) one of the strongest barley wines available POTTON Potton, Bedfordshire
West of the Sun 3.6% Summer special using Admiral to dry hop. Vampire Heart 4.4% Blood orange wheat beer. Unfined and Vegan friendly PURITY Great Alne, Warwickshire Bunny Hop 3.5% Extra hopped Pale Ale, a bold beer, which perfectly balances its low abv of 3.5%, pale malts and powerful hops. PURPLE COW Kettering, Northants. Vanilla Porter 4.6% Northants gold medal winner earlier this year. Over the Hill 6.0%
Special brewed for a friends 60th.
QUANTOCK Wellington, Somerset Sunraker 4.2% A delicately hopped light beer. Refreshing & straw coloured with a clean, grassy hop aroma. Nightjar 4.5% Fruity finish to this naturally hazy beer. RAVEN Quoyloo, Orkney Isles Raven Ale 3.8% Raven Ale is a classic golden ale, balancing biscuit like malt flavours with spicy, tangy hop bitterness Corncrake 4.1% Thirst quenching ale with soft citrus( apricot and peach) flavours throughout REDCASTLE Carmyllie, Angus Norseman 4.2% American pale ale REDEMPTION Tottenham, London Rock the Kasbek 4.0% Blonde ale with new Czech hop Kazbek, refreshing and zesty with a delicate lemon arome. REVOLUTIONS Castleford, West Yorkshire Switch #10 4.5% Summit & Ahtanum Pale Ale Swoon 4.5% Multi-award winning sweet stout with the moreish flavour of chocolate fudge.
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THE BEER LIST Cloudbursting 4.5% Brewed for Kate Bushâ€™s 60th birthday this blueberry saison will take you way beyond Wuthering Heights. ROAM Plymouth, Devon Porter 5.2% A dark stout beer with a roasted, bittersweet flavour and an intense chocolate finish. CAMRA NWAF Bronze 2017. ROCK & ROLL Birmingham B1 Let England Shake 4.5%
Vegan pale ale. ROCKET ALES Great Staughton, Cambs. Sidewinder 4.0% Mix of UK & NZ Motueka Hops to produce a Hoppy lemon & Lime taste Maverick Honey Ale 4.0% Golden honey ale. Maris otter, target hops, Scottish Heather honey and a hint of ginger. Bloodhound Bitter 4.2% English Pale Ale rich Malty backbone with hints of Honey & Caramel in the aftertaste Vostock Stout 4.6% Imperial Russian Stout 5 Chocolate malts brewed to a 1896 Recipe Sour Strong Black Arrow 5.8%
Specially brewed for PBF. A smoked SOUR porter specially brewed for PBFÂ with 5 chocolate malts and a dutch smoked malt. ROCKINGHAM Blatherwyke, Northants Hop Devil 3.9% Golden beer with six hop varieties to give a citrus start and a clean hoppy finish. Gringo Robot 4.1%
Golden ale made with Mexicanus hops.Very hoppy with peach and lime undertones. Festival Special. BringMetheHopsAlfredoGarcia
Hop devil with a dash of Tequila and plenty of Mexican limes Tropical I.P.A. New beer. Big golden ale made with Galaxy, Cardinal,Mosaic & Nelson hops.A hoppy tropical treat with plenty of mango , pineapple and passion fruit
Ice Cream Pale Ale
Fruity vanilla ice cream beer ROOSTERS KnareSorough 25th Anniversary Pale Ale 4.3% This limited edition pale ale has been brewed using two outstanding Rakau and Citra hops, Tropical fruits and hints of citrus. Alternative Facts 6.5% The best Rocky Mountain IPA RUDGATE Tockwith, North Yorkshire Calypso 4.1% Single hop Summer blonde ale, apple, pear and peach flavours. Ruby Mild 4.4% A smooth, slightly dark mild with a rich taste. SALOPIAN Hadnall, Shropshire Hoptwister 4.5% Soft malt overtones and pronounced citrus flavours. A strong focus of taut, lemony, grapefruit on the finish which is balanced by a dry bitterness. Kashmir 5.5% An elegant strong Salopian version of an IPA,citrus, pines and tropical fruit engulf the palate and caress the senses. A dry body with an extremely long lingering finish Kinetic 6.5%
A luxurious and lush IPA to awaken the senses. A powerful aroma of floral citrus gives way to a rich soft palate of fruit salad that finishes with a gentle bitterness. SENTINEL Sheffield, South Yorkshire American Red 5.2% Brimful of character, our russet red ale heaps English hedgerow and US citrus hop character onto crystal rye and chocolate malts for a full flavour experience. SETTLE Settle, North Yorkshire Earl Grey I.P.A. 4.4% American hopped IPA, pale in colour, the Earl Grey enhances the citrus flavours. SHEFFIELD Sheffield, South Yorkshire Morning Glory 3.7% Morning Glory is an English Pale Ale made with an entire field (well, not quite) of elderflowers and English hops, Jester, Olicana and Ernest. SILVER STREET Bury, Lancashire
Session 3.9% Not your run on the mill session ale, but a classic English bitter improved recipe for 2018. PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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THE BEER LIST SKINNER’S Truro, Cornwall Betty Stoggs Ale 4.0% Brazen Cornish Bitter. Copper coloured, a light malty aroma a floral, even-cedar taste, & a sharp tang of bitter grapefruit, this is an ale with real strength of character. Cornish Knocker 4.5% Ground-Breaking Golden Ale. The taste of the delicate floral hops trails citrus with a slight pine bitterness and leaves you with a mild biscuit taste. SNAGGLETOOTH Darwen, Lancashire Deja Brewed 4.0% A quaffable and refreshing pale ale made with German and American hops to give ST AUSTELL St Austell, Cornwall When the Tide Goes Out 4.0%
floral and citrus flavours. Perfect for when the sun comes out. Tribute 4.2% A Supreme Champion Ale of Cornwall as voted by CAMRA, and the South West’s Favourite cask beer> A popular favourite with Lals and visitors to Cornwall. Menha Dubh 4.5% Based on an original Cornish recipe Mena Dhu is a new generation stout that combines the best of the old with added complexity and refreshment. Proper Black 6.0% Whichever way you look at it, Proper Black challenges the senses. Black as stout, but the taste is classic IPA. ST. PETERS South Elmham, Suffolk Top Notch 4.0% Pale golden in colour, this delicately smooth ale has a subtle floral aroma and a sweet hoppy taste courtesy of a blend of continental Mandarina & Bobek hops. Plum Porter 4.6% Dark, full flavoured beer produced with the addition of chocolate malt in the mash and 3 choice English hops complimenting the natural plum flavour. STEALTH Melksham, Wiltshire Stealth 3.9% Single hopped Jester session pale. Unfined Surreptitious 7.3% Pale ale lightly bittered with Waimea (NZ) hops then heavily dry hopped with a quartet of US hops Mosaic, Centennial, Eldorado & Chinook. STONEY FORD Oakham, Rutland SheepmarketSupanovaStraw 3.8% Summer Ale bursting with flavour and fizz. Light and thirst quenching.
PE9 Paradise Pale 3.9% English Pale Ale. Rounded but with pronounced bitterness. Hoppy but not aggressive; honeyed, spicy, and floral notes. All Saints Mighty Amber 4.2% Amber Ale, rich without cloying, body without heaviness. Resinous marmalade, orange and citrus and ”chocolate orange” flavours. STRATHAVEN Craigmill, Lanarkshire Old Mortality 80/4.2% A chestnut coloured ale with a well-rounded malty aroma and a rich dried fruit flavour Claverhouse Red 4.5% A burnished red ale with a sweet citrus aroma and a lingering malt finish SWANNAY Birsey, Orkney Isles Scapa Special 4.2% Pale ale using a pale and crystal malt base to showcase Citra and Simcoe hops from America. Pale 4.7% Plenty of punchy, citrus flavours. TIMOTHY TAYLOR Keighley, West Yorkshire Knowle Spring Blonde 4.2% A full bodied blonde beer with floral and grapefruit aromas. Cook Lane I.P.A. 5.8% A less harsh and more gentle flavour profile than many of the extreme, hoppy IPAs currently flooding the market. THEAKSTON Masham, North Yorkshire Grouse Beater 4.2% A golden mid-gravity bitter with initial sweetness balanced with a moderate hop bitterness. Old Peculier 5.6% Possibly one of the country’s most wellknown and loved ales. This unique, beautiful brew is often imitated but never matched. THORNBRIDGE Ashford-in-the-Water, Derbys. Strawberry Lucaria 4.5% A lower abv twist on our ice cream porter and with the addition of sweet strawberries into the brew giving that Neapolitan flavour we all need for Summer! Jaipur 5.9% A citrus dominated India Pale Ale, its immediate impression is soft and smooth yet builds to a crescendo of massive hoppiness accentuated by honey. An enduring, bitter finish. THREE BLIND MICE Little Downham, Cambs. Nothing Rhymes with Orange 4.0% Orange and lemon wheat beer , brewed using classic Belgian witbier yeast PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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THE BEER LIST Old Brown Mouse A traditional English bitter hopped with Centenniel and US Cascade. Milk Worm Chocolate aroma with vanilla and milk chocolate flavours Fags & Coffee
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Smoked coffee stout THREE BLIND MICE/BAKERS DOZEN Little Downham/Ketton Citra New England I.P.A. 5.3% With a New England style Yeast and mountains of Citra hops producing the hoppiest, juiciest I.P.A we have made to date. THREE BROTHERS Stockton on Tees,Co.Durham Ruby Revolution 4.6% A robust traditional ruby ale packed with chocolate and crystal malt, fantastic flavours. THREE HILLS Thrapston, Northants. Heidrun Pale 5.0% Delightful floral, herby nose, yet with dry spice on the palate. Lemon&Cardomom Farmhâ€™se 5.2% Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. THREE KINGS North Shields, Tyne & Wear Shieldsman Bitter 3.8% Golden Bitter THREE SHIRES Worcester, Worcestershire Salt Mine Stout 4.6% Vegan salted chocolate & vanilla stout. TINTAGEL Tintagel, Cornwall Poldark 4.5% Smooth beery Cornish bitter TINY REBEL Newport, Gwent Strawberry Milkshake 4.2% Milkshake IPA, aroma rich with strawberry, with a nice malted undertone. Cwtch 4.6% Not your average bitter - the hops do more to this deep amber coloured beer than just provide bite. Juicy 4.8% Delicious golden ale, filled with the juiciest of hops, offering nearly as many mouth-watering flavours. TITANIC Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire Classic Mild 3.5% A mild of classic style full of roast malt and balanced by delicate hops. True to type it has a rounded sweetness and a smooth 38
Plum Porter 4.9% Dark strong and well rounded; the richness of such a rotund beer is brought to an even keel by the late addition of Goldings hops and natural plum flavouring TOP OUT Loanhead, Midlothian Drei Hopped 2.8% Low abv rye pale ale Smoked Porter 5.6% Brewed with lots of both beech and smoked malt. TOTALLY BREWED Nottingham Guardian of the Forest 3.8% Lovely session IPA with fruity tones and refreshing citrus after taste. Crazy like a Fox 5.5% A traditional style English bitter but with Continental malts and a citrus hoppy twist. TWISTED ANGEL Beverley, East Yorkshire
Coffee & Cacao Stout New brewery shifting boundaries. TWISTED OAK Wrington, Somerset Leveret SIBA South West winner in 2018, 4 American hopped beer. Dodger
Dark ruby hue backed with 3 American hops. TYDD STEAM Tydd St. Giles, Cambs. Barn Ale 3.9% Refreshing pale session bitter, with a zesty bitterness and a lingering citrus finish. Dr. Foxs Bush Wax 4.2%
New golden brew,mid strength made with blend of new American hops Idaho 7 and Ekuanot giving tropical fruit flavours. Black Bush 4.2%
Dark bush wax Dr. Foxs Chicken Choker 4.6% Premium amber bitter. Satisfaction guaranteed! Sandman 5.0% Boldly hopped, predominantly with Australian Galaxy hops, importing clean citrus flavours and aroma of passion fruit. Black Sand 5.0%
Dark Sandman VALE OF GLAMORGAN Barry, South Glamorgan Portland Pale West coast style pale ale.
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THE BEER LIST WANDER BEYOND Manchester
Peak 3.8% Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. WARM FACE/XTREME ALES Peterborough Pidley Cheeks 6.0%
A crisp west coast American IPA made with lashings of American hops for an explosive tropical, citrusy, piney hop flavour and aroma. WELBECK ABBEY WELBECK Worksop, Notts. Kaiser 4.1% Kaiser uses premium German lager hops which give this extra pale beer it’s biscuitysweet but refreshingly herbaceous flavour. Duck Decoy 4.6% Mouth-wateringly fresh aromas of pear, orange and passion fruit, however at a low strength it’s a pleasantly light indulgence. WELDON Rushden, Northants. Cupola 3.6% Light refreshing ‘lawnmower beer’ packed with late hops from the new world imparting hints of grapefruit and lime, the ultimate thirst quencher. Thor 4.2% Pale Ale, a fruity pale with resinous hops from the Yakima Valley Mad Max 4.4%
A rich red Ale, fruity with hints of spicy Rye. Forty Thirst Amendment 4.9% A full bodied Stout made with 5 robust malts and some special adjuncts to give a complex layered and malty flavour with hints of toffee, molasses coffee and chocolate. Haggis Hurlers Revenge 5.4% Scottish Heavy, a malty, gently hopped traditional Scottish heavy ale of the type so revered North of the border. WELLAND Spalding, Lincolnshire
Run Rabbit Run, YFM 4.3% Pale lightly hopped mosaic session ale Rusty Giraffe 4.5% Dark amber in colour with hints of tropical fruit and a crisp citrusy finish. WHIM Hartington, Derbyshire Earl Grey Bitter 4.2% Golden brown English ale. Beautiful hoppy, fruity aroma. Warm malty start, with slight toffee notes. Red House Ruby Porter 4.7% Ruby Porter
WILD Westcombe, Somerset Millionaire Milk Stout 4.7% Sweet and salty collide in this rich, balanced and smooth dessert stout. Summer Riot 4.9% Tasting notes not available, please ask at bar. WINDSWEPT Lossiemouth, Moray Weizen 5.2% Cloudy effervescent amber, this hefeweizen has a massive bouquet of clove and bananas. Wolf 6.0% A dark and powerful brew named after the infamous Wolf of Badenoch, a Lal legend. WOLF Besthorpe, Norfolk Sirius Dog Star 4.4% A unique red ale, lightly hopped with American Galena and Cluster hops, this smooth beer has a soft fruity finish. Siba’s Supreme Champion of the Cask Beer Competition 2018 Woild Moild 4.8% A rich and fruity traditional Norfolk mild with a good balance of malt with bitterness and big hints of chocolate malt and a liquorice lasting finish XTREME ALES Peterborough Posh Pigeon 4.3% Light session beer with American hops. First brewed for PBF as our Festival special in 2015! Aussie Sand Piper 5.0% Brewed as a tribute to the great Aussie ball tampering incident this light beer has a bit of pace to start with and then spins into an interesting aftertaste Chocolate Stout 5.0% Traditional chocolate with lots of chocolate! Well rounded beer giving a long aftertaste. Sticky Pigeon 5.0%
This years special, an Oatmeal and Black treacle stout using Malted oats and Tettnang hops. A whole host of flavours in a glass! Big TonKa 9.0%
Strong Barley wine type beer brewed with Tonka beans, flavours of almonds and hops combine to produce an alcoholic Bakewell tart! YEOVIL Yeovil, Somerset Hop # 173 4.2% A Golden Ale,smooth,spicy and Peach notes. PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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he reason why Key Keg beers are being featured at Beer Festivals is that this year there has seen an official acceptance from CAMRA that the product that is held within a Key Keg is in fact, REAL. As usual PBF have led the field in this area and this is the third year we have featured Key Keg beers and the bar has grown considerably in that time. The Key Keg selection for this beer festival features some of the most sought after and game changing brewers in the UK today. Some of the brewers have only been brewing a short time, whilst others have been around for quite a while now and are very well established. What they all have in common is the desire to make incredible beer and to get it out to the public in the best possible condition. There will only be 18 “taps” on at any given time and around 45 different beers
to choose from during the festival. In order to avoid disappointment, check back regularly as these kegs will come and go pretty quickly. We will not be holding back any stock so get them while you can, when they’re gone, they’re gone. Key Keg beers are dispensed quite differently from Cask Ales and are served chilled with several available as a “lager” style of beer. We have a massive range of ALL styles of beers guaranteed to please all. The Staff serving you on the Key Keg bar have specialist knowledge of the entire range of beers and would love to speak with you, should you have any questions. PLEASE do speak to us about the range of beers on the Key Keg bar. Mike Lane Key Keg Bar Organiser
BEAVERTOWN Tottenham Hale Gamma Ray A juicy tropical beer you can sit on and drink all day. Lupuloid IPA A straight up IPA, no funny business, just malt, yeast, water and hops. Lots of hops.
CLOUDWATER BREW CO Manchester IPA Citra BBC Ekuanot 6.5% IPA with new season Citra BBC and Ekuanot BBC in the dry hop, fermented with London Fog yeast for a juicy finish. Waterfall 8.5% Collab brew with Boundary Brewing,Belfast. DIPA dry-hopped in two stages for a balanced, juicy flavour profile. Pioneer Pilsner 5.0% Showcasing native Pioneer hops in the whirlpool and a light dry hop addition.
BEXAR COUNTY Peterborough Death’s Door 6.0% Easy drinking not to heavy oatmeal stout. (contains *gluten*) That Bitter Feeling 5.2% Hoppy bitterness on a light pale backbone. No fruit, no “twists”. (contains *gluten*) BONE MACHINE BREW CO Pocklington Funny Bone 4.0% Herb infused Pale Ale
KIRKSTALL BREWERY Kirkstall Pilsner Lagered over 65 days on a lovely Bavarian lager yeast.
BREW BY NUMBERS Bermondsey 01/01 Saison Citra 5.5% The Citra Saison is a modern interpretation of a Belgian farmhouse-style classic.
MADHATTER BREWING CO Liverpool Penny Lane 3.9% An easy drinking pale ale, beautifully hopped. Sichuan Saison 7.4% Sichuan peppercorns are added accentuating the fruity aroma.
CHORLTON BREWING CO Manchester Amarillo 5.4% This thirst quencher is fragrant, clean and sharp with grapefruit aromatics.
MAGIC ROCK BREWING Huddersfield Fantasma 6.5% Fruit-filled, dank and resinous, with plenty of tropical mango. PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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MARBLE BEERS Manchester Peppercorn 5.2% Brewed with 6 types of exotic peppercorn. MOOR BEER CO Bristol SIMpils Pilsner, unfined, unfiltered, hazy and full flavoured live lager. Stout Perfect simple beer. Pontificate if you must, but please just drink and enjoy!
NENE VALLEY BREWERY Oundle John Lemon 4.3% Lemon Meringue inspired pale ale. Light, citrus, hoppy and slightly sweet. Bitter and Orange 5.5% Based on an Old Fashioned. With lots of orange and complex bittersweet flavours. PIG & PORTER Tunbridge Wells No Turning Back 5.7% Single hopped Sorachi Saison. Sandstorm 4.9% Delicious lager with soft mouthfeel, gently dry hopped to give hints of citrus. SHIN DIGGER BREWING CO Manchester IPL 5.0% Juicy hazy lager! Fermented like a lager, dry hopped like a New England. SIREN CRAFT BREW Wokingham Sound Wave 5.6% Golden and alive with grapefruit, peach and mango flavours – dry with a subtle bitterness. SQUAWK BREWING CO Manchester Dhana 4.6% A sweet berry aroma is met with the unmistakable piquant strawberry sharpness. THORNBRIDGE BREWERY Bakewell Cocoa Wonderland 6.6% A full bodied, robust porter. A truly wonderful, award winning Chocolate beer. Lukas 4.2% Light gold in colour. Lukas is a crisp, Bavarian style Helles. THREE BLIND MICE Ely Breathe Easy 6.2% A DDH (Citra, Simcoe, Columbus and Sitra Cryo hops) Pineapplle IPA Smooth creamy full bodied malt taste. Gooseberry Saison 5.0% With lager,wheat, rye malt delivering spicy malt flavours. Perfect for Summer months
THREE HILLS BREWING Northants Super ThaIPA 5.5% Lemongrass, kaffir lime and ginger in this version of Thailand inspired aromatic Pale Ale.Vegan friendly, unfiltered and unfined (contains Gluten). Biscuit Fallacy 4.3% An easy drinking golden ale with a high percentage of biscuit malt. Vegan friendly, unfiltered and unfined, (contains Gluten). TIME AND TIDE BREWING Eastry, Kent Spratwaffler 3.7% Low alcohol, big hoppy flavour. Extremely sessionable. Wanderlust 4.2% A clean and crisp cheeky lager for every occasion TORRSIDE BREWING Stockport One Way Ticket to Pluto 6.8% A good ‘old fashioned’ IPA. Expect plenty of bitterness and resin from the classic US hops Late to the Party 5.5% A Black IPA packed full of citrus hops to perfectly offset the roasted flavours of the dark malts. TRACK BREWING CO Manchester Moab 8.5% A big juicy Double IPA stacked with Amarillo, Centennial, Mosaic & Citra Cryo. Brut IPA 7.0% Tasting notes not available, please ask at the bar Low Tide IPA 6.0% Big juicy IPA WANDER BEYOND BREWING Manchester Mini Milkshake 3.0% Silky and slighly spicy with Citra and Mossaic, lactose and vanilla. Bloom 11.0% Imperial Black Ice Cream IPA with chocolate and strawberries. Curious Creek 3.2% Berliner Weisse is fruited with raspberries & cherries. WEIRD BEARD BREW CO Hanwell Double Perle Our 100th brew Double Perle. An 8.6% version of our Milk Coffee Stout. WILD WEATHER ALES Reading Full of Beans A dark chocolate stout with flavours of Irish Whiskey, cream and coffee. The Complete History Saison/Farmhouse Ale Collaboration Brew with Slopes Games Room
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e are fortunate once again to have a visit from T & R Theakston’s Master Cooper, Jonathan Manby on Tuesday. This Year he is accompanied by his apprentice Euan Findlay. T & R Theakston are one of the few British brewers who still employ a full-time cooper. Although their beers are no longer delivered in oak casks some of their beers are matured in the wood. Jonathan was trained by Master Brewer and cooper, Clive Hollis, and is one of the few remaining coopers in the country. Everyone who has watched Jonathan’s demonstration of his craft has enjoyed watching him create casks with tools that haven’t changed in centuries. If you didn’t catch it last year, then make sure that you do not miss the chance to observe and marvel at his skill in the north tent. PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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his year we can offer you a range of 200 beers from 54 Countries in the World, truly a WORLD BEER BAR! With the move towards what are termed Craft beers nowadays, it used to be Artisan beers, one area that has always brewed in a Craft/Artisan manner are the Trappist Breweries. These beers are not brewed for profit but to support the Monks and Monastery and good causes they are involved in. And YES, to be Trappist they have to be brewed by the Monks.
CERVECERIA MALTERIA QUILMES SAICAY
4.9% Quilmes 33cl Pale Lager. Gold. Pale, straw gold colour. Small white head. Slight yeasty malt aroma. Sweet grainy malt flavour. Slightly herbaceous.
5.1% Hopfenkonig 33cl Pilsner. Gold. Hoppy smooth Austrian pilsner made to the German purity law.
AUSTRALIA COOPER 4.5% Coopers Pale Ale 37.5cl Blond Ale. Gold. Pale body with a white head. Aroma is light. Malts and subtle hops. Taste is slightly bitter. Sweet aftertaste and malty undertones. Coopers Sparkling Ale 37.5cl 5.8% Blond Ale. Gold. Hazy golden with a small head. Malty aroma with fruity notes. Taste is mostly malty but has some dryish grapefruit flavour and a hint of alcohol.
In July this year the first Trappist Brewery in England, Mount St Bernard Abbey, started to sell their beer. And yes, we have some on the shelves for you to imbibe. So, come and see us and enjoy the wide variety of Beer styles we have from around the globe. Our staff are on hand to advise and help you find the right beer for you. Cheers!!! Peter Josling World Beer Bar Organiser
STIEGLBRAUEREI ZU SALZBURG Stiegl Bier 33cl 4.9% Pilsner. Gold. Mildly hopped with a typical refreshing beer bouquet, golden colour, a magnificent fine head and pleasant aftertaste.
BANGLADESH HEPWORTH & CO BREWERS LTD 5.0% Bangla 33cl Pale Ale. Amber. Pours a clear light amber colour with a fizzy white head. Aroma of rice, some grain, a little banana and slight herbal hops. Taste of soft bready malt, grain.
BANKS (BARBADOS) BREWERIES LTD
Little Creatures Pale Ale 33cl 5.2% American Pale Ale. Gold. Hazy orange colour body, thin white head. Aroma is orange, piney, hops, herbs. Taste is light sweet, medium bitter. Finish is dry and balanced.
4.7% Banks Caribbean Lager 33cl Pale Lager. Gold. Bright medium gold colour. Frothy white head disappates quickly. Faint grainy, metallic nose. Light sweet grainy malt flavour.
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ACHEL 8.0% Blond 33cl Trappist Tripel. Gold. Pours hazy golden colour with medium white head. Aroma of yeast, bananas, apple, pear, spices, floral. Brun 33cl 8.0% Trappist Dubbel. Amber. Pours a lovely deep burnt amber. Aroma is spiced, think malty cinnamon. Taste is really very good, a warming malt and plumb.
Wipers Times 14 33cl 6.2% Belgium Ale. Gold. A blond speciality ale using four different grains.
BLANCHE DE BRUXELLES Witte Bier 33cl 4.2% Witbier. Gold. Pours cloudy yellow-white. Smell is lemon, tart wheat, cream. Taste is mostly lemon cream.
BOSTEELS Pauwel Kwak 33cl 8.4% Belgian Strong Ale. Amber. Strong, smooth, sweet Belgian ale thatâ€™s as drinkable as Duvel, but with a bit more sweetness and complexity. BRASSERIE DE CAZEAU Tournay Blonde 33cl 6.7% Belgian Strong Ale. Gold. Pours a slightly hazy light gold. Aroma of caramel malt, light fruit. Flavour saison/farmhouse yeasts. Tournay Noire 33cl 7.6% Belgian Stout. Black. Pitch black body , crisp white head Beautiful aroma blackcurrant jelly and treacle flavour is creamy and fruity like a good burgundy. CHIMAY Blue 33cl 9.0% Trappist Strong Ale. Amber. Dark ale has rich flavours of mulling spices and caramel, with a smooth palate and warming finish. Red 33cl 7.0% Trappist Dubbel. Amber. Copper-colored ale boasts flavors of apricots, brown sugar and nutmeg. White 33cl 8.0% Trappist Tripel. Gold. Blonde ale is dry and floral with a slight hop bitterness. DE HALVE MAAN Brugse zâ€™ot 33cl 6.0% Belgium Ale. Gold. Golden beer with a thin white head. The aroma is sweet malty with light spicy notes. The flavour is sweet malty with stronger notes of spices.
DE RANKE Saison de Dottignies 33cl 5.5% Saison. Gold. Aroma is medium strong and citrus, pineapple, bit spices, spruce, caramel. Hazy orange. Taste is citrus tart and sour, perky. Fresh and light. Bush Ambree (Scaldis) 33cl 12.0% Belgian Strong Ale. Amber. Its amber colour is due to the use of caramel malt in the production process. Its bitter sweet taste provides it with firmness and personality. GULDEN DRAAK Gulden Draak 33cl 10.5% Belgian Strong Ale. Amber. Dark Triple Ale brewed with caramel malt and re-fermented with Bordeaux wine yeast. FRANK BOON Oude Geuze 37.5cl 6.5% Lambic-Gueuze. Amber. Hazy amber. White head with great retention and little lacing. Acidic, fruity, bone dry. Mariage Parfait Geuze 37.5cl 8.0% Lambic-Gueuze. Amber. Light amber, with a white head. Smells a bit sour, like you would expect. Tastes a bit sour, with some citrus and oak accents. Kriek 37.5cl 4.0% Lambic-Fruit. Red. Nose is cherry. Body is opalescent fizzy ruby, head is medium, pink, sparkling, Aroma is cherry. Medium sweet, light fruity sour. Finish is short lasting cherry medium sweet sour. Framboise 37.5cl 5.0% Lambic-Fruit. Red. Aroma is strong raspberry. Body is medium, strongly fruity, quite sweet, lightly sour and tart. Raspberry, red berries. HET ANKER Gouden Carolus Classic 33cl 8.5% Belgian Strong Ale. Brown. Dark brown ale with dark amber highlights. A deep, creamy cappuccino head. Molasses, raisins and figs. PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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WORLD BEER BAR HOEGAARDEN 8.0% Forbidden Fruit 33cl Belgian Strong Ale. Gold. Good-looking hazy golden blond brewed using three different yeasts, coriander and orange. HUYGHE Delirium Nocturnum 33cl 8.5% Belgian Strong Ale. Amber. Dark burgundy coloured pour. Aroma clove, dark fruit, raisins, and prunes. Taste earthy sweet malt, clove, spice, raisins, figs. Delirium Tremens 33cl 8.5% Belgian Strong Ale. Gold. Light golden colour, transparent. Mild bitterness, some fruity notes. Very balanced and refreshing. 3.5% Floris Apple 33cl Fruit Beer. Green. Clear pale yellow with an almost artifcial green glow, Aroma is dominated by apples. Taste is apple cider tartness and malty sweetness. Floris Chocolat 33cl 4.2% Belgian Dark Ale. Brown. Made with Belgian chocolate. It has a real chocolaty aroma. Very light and fun to drink. 4.5% Floris Honey 33cl Belgian Witbier. Gold. Wheat beer brewed with real honey. It’s light, sweet and distinctively honey. 3.6% Floris Mango 33cl Fruit Beer. Green. Reddish orange colour with a medium sized white head, aroma is mango, some tropical fruit, flavour is fruity. 3.6% Floris Ninkeberry (Mixed Fruits) 33cl Fruit Beer. Red. Very light refreshing tropical fruitiness. A very unusual blend of a white beer with three tropical fruits. 3.6% Floris Passion Fruit 33cl Fruit Beer. Red. Medium yellow colour, bouquet is heavy on the fruit and the taste is big on the sweet fruit. 3.6% Mongozo Coconut 33cl Fruit Beer. Gold. This beer thinks its a pina colada. Aroma is strongly of coconut, but without being artificial. LEFEBVRE Barbãr 33cl 8.0% Belgian Strong Ale. Gold. Yellow coloured beer with big white head. Aroma of malts and honey, sweet smell. Taste is malty, light hoppy and honey. 48
LINDEMANS 3.5% Cassis 25cl Sour Red/Brown. Red. Sweet cough lolly like sweetness. Obvious cassis characters. Pêcheresse 25cl 2.5% Lambic-Fruit. Gold. Peaches, hint of lambic aroma, sweet drink, loose white head, very quaffable. ORVAL Orval 33cl 6.2% Trappist Dubbel. Amber. Orangey amber coloured beer, triple fermented and dry hopped. Twice winner of Best Bottled Beer at Peterborough. OUD BEERSEL Oud Gueuze 37.5cl 6.0% Gueuze. Gold. Pours a classic gold. Aroma is grape tannin, oak, light lemon zest. Taste has some apricot pith, dry yeast, lemon. ROCHEFORT Rochefort 6 33cl 7.5% Trappist Tripel. Amber. Full bodied with that Belgian yeast aroma. Heavy malt flavors, almost of candy sugar and honey. Rochefort 8 33cl 9.2% Trappist Sour Red/Brown. Amber. Chestnut with a purple/red hue. Nose has stewed apple, vanilla and just a hint of dark chocolate. Taste stewed apple, cinnamon, liquorice and coffee. Rochefort 10 33cl 11.3% Trappist Quadrupel. Amber. Deep dark reddish brown, potent. Complex fruit flavours & a hint of dark chocolate. Arguably the finest Trappist beer.
BELGIUM ST.BERNARDUS 6.7% Pater 6 33cl Dubbel. Amber. Pours a hazy brown with amber/ red. Nose is very earthy with sweet and fruity caramel malts. Those sweet malts dominate the taste. Prior 8 33cl 8.0% Dubbel. Brown. Really dark hazy brown big white head.Smell , candied plum raisins. Taste - sweet dark fruit, raisins and plum mainly. Triple 33cl 8.0% Triple. Gold. Pours bright copper yellow with thick frothy foamy slow fading head. Deep notes of spice ale.
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WORLD BEER BAR WATOU 5.0% Witbier 25cl Witbier. Gold. Appearance: Straw coloured, very hazy and pale. Grassy wheat notes and some citrus and apple aromas. Dry and very refreshing. WESTMALLE Dubbel 33cl 7.0% Trappist Dubbel. Amber. Deep ruby red with a huge tan head. Smell, Bread and a bit of fruitiness. Taste,Bittersweet berries, toffee. Tripel 33cl 9.5% Trappist Tripel. Gold. The taste is of fruit like rich pears with a delicate sweetness. A slightly cloudy yellow body.
BRAZIL AMAZON BEER 4.1% Forest Fruit Bacuri 33cl Fruit Beer. Gold. Clear yellow with a Big white head. Aroma is lime, lemonade and flowers. Taste is citrus, lime and fruit. Forest Pilsen 33cl 4.1% Pilsner. Gold. Yellow coloured beer. Sharp hoppy taste with earthy feel.
HOP CITY BARKING 5.0% Squirrel Lager 35.5cl American Amber. Amber. Orange colour and subtle noble hop aroma. Its medium body, pleasant hop bitterness and caramel malt sweetness. MOOSEHEAD BREWERIES Moosehead Pale Ale 35.5cl 5.0% Blond Ale. Gold. Clear golden with a white head. Grainy, malty and light citrus aroma. Taste is watery sweet with some bitterness towards the finish.
CHINA HANGZHOU QIANDAOHU BEER CO 4.8% Lucky Beer 33cl Pale Lager. Gold. Pale, hazy, frothy, white foam, Taste: lightly bitter, light sweetness, wheat, Palate: light body, creamy, lively carbonation. TSINGTAO Tsingtao 33cl 4.7% Pale Lager. Gold. Pours a light clear straw yellow. Smell, Grain and sweet apple, some honey. Taste, Corn and grain, a slight apple sweetness.
CORSICA BRASSERIE PIETRA Pietra 33cl 6.0% Vienna Lager. Amber. Pale copper colour, with a very small white head. Aroma of caramel malts, some nutty aroma. Taste is caramel malts too, grassy notes.
CROATIA THE GARDEN Citrus IPA 33cl IPA. Amber. Colour amber. Bitter IPA with Citrus aftertaste.
THE GARDEN CRAFT Pilsner 33cl 4.5% Pilsner. Gold. Soft yellow with good head. Clear clean taste with slight lemon. THE GARDEN Sour 33cl 3.5% Berlin Weissbier. Gold. Pours a hazy golden body with pretty much minimal white head. Peppery citrus aroma. Ultra sour lemon flavour.
CYPRUS KEO Keo 33cl 4.5% Pale Lager. Gold. Straw coloured with medium body and carbonation. Taste is all grassy corn, with mild malty finish.
CZECH STAROPRAMEN Pilsner 33cl 5.0% Pilsner. Gold. Pure gold with a thin white head. It has a floral & grainy nose. The taste is semisweet with cracker and subdued spice notes. URQUELL 4.4% Pilsner 33cl Pilsner. Gold. light golden straw body. Flowery hops, a bit earthy, grains, light sweetness.
ENGLAND MOUNT ST BERNARD Tynt Meadow 33cl 7.4% English Trappist Ale. Amber. Mahogany-coloured, with a subtle, warm red hue, aroma carries hints of dark chocolate, liquorice, and rich fruit flavours. Taste of dark chocolate, pepper, and fig. PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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THE WINDMILL ORTON WATERVILLE
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WORLD BEER BAR ESTONIA VIRU 5.0% Viru 33cl Pale Lager. Gold. Pale golden colour with lots of bubbles and a big white head. Smell, Bread and yeast. Taste,v ery bready up front, with a slick alcohol finish.
FINLAND HARTWELL 4.5% Lapin Kulta 33cl Premium Lager. Gold. Clear golden beer with minimal white head. Aroma is malty and grains. Taste is light malty. Light body.
FRANCE BRASSERIE GAYANT 7.2% La Goudale Biere Blonde 33cl Bière de Garde. Gold. Golden colour, clear, rocky head with poor lacing. Aroma is malt, wheat, grassy hops. Light bitterness, not sweet. Medium body, lively carbonation. BRASSERIE DES SOURCES Bellerose Biere Blonde 33cl 6.5% Belgian Ale. Gold. Lovely golden colour, thin head. Rose and lichi aromas with nice level of bitterness. Light finish, not too bitter, with a flush of peach rose to cover the high alcohol. CASTELAIN Ch’ti Blonde 75cl 6.4% Bière de Garde. Gold. Golden colour with a two finger wide white frothy head. Aroma of malt with grassy and floral notes. Some fruit as well. Taste a mix between sweet and bitter. LA CHOULETTE Abbaye de Vaucelles Blonde 75cl 7.5% Bière de Garde. Gold. Colour is clear orange with very small white head. Aromas and flavours: Fruits, spices, ginger and biscuits, sweetness and malts.
Blonde d’Esquelbecq 33cl 6.5% Saison. Amber. Deep amber with white head. Aroma is fruity with peach, pear and apricot, malt and yeast. Taste is fairly sweet with caramel and fruits. 5.5% Quebecoises 33cl Wheat Ale. Gold. Orange with hardly any head. Fruity with a trace of bitterness that lingered for some time.
GERMANY AECHT SCHLENKERLA Rauchbier Märzen 50cl 5.8% Smoked. Black. Bamberg’s speciality, a dark, bottom fermented smokebeer, brewed with Original Schlenkerla Smokemalt. Rauchbier Weisse 50cl 5.8% Smoked. Brown. A smoked Weisse beer. Very unusual. Smoked sausages and bacon. AUGUSTINER Edelstoff 50cl 5.6% Helles. Gold. Aroma is citrus, hay, herbs. Pale golden with a light white head. Taste is light bitter, light sour. Has a malty mouthfeel , a medium long, light bitter finish. AYINGER 5.5% Jahrhundert Bier 50cl Dotmund Lager. Gold. Straw coloured with slight haze. Aroma: Bready, yeasty. Taste: Earthy, grassy, slightly metallic, dry with some malt sweetness. Kellerbier 50cl 4.9% Keller bier. Gold. Pours cloudy straw.Yeasty aroma with touch of lemon and spicy hop. Taste is nicely balanced malt and hops with more yeasty flavours. 4.9% Lager Hell 50cl Dortmunder Helles. Gold. Yellow-golden beer with a light malt taste. It is crisp, smooth and mellow. A perfectly balanced taste and aroma.
Ambree d’Esquelbecq 33cl 5.8% Bière de Garde. Amber. Hazy amber with off white head. Aroma of caramel, brown sugar and yeast. Taste is sweet; caramel, sugar with some hop notes.
5.3% Aktien Original 1857 50cl Dotmund Lager. Gold. Blond, clean. Light carbonation, average white foam. In the smell a decent, clean maltiness. More malt in the taste and a hint of honey. PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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WORLD BEER BAR BERLINER KINDL BRAUEREI 5.0% Schultheiss Pilsener 50cl Pilsner. Gold. Crystal clear straw in color. Smell grain, grass, slight sweetness. A bit fruity. Taste grain and grass, some malty sweetness. DAMPFBIERBRAUEREI ZWIESEL Dampfbier 50cl Alt Bier. Amber. Amber colour with white head. Aroma has yeast esters resembling dunkelweizen. Taste is slightly tart at first with some.
Dampfbier Hefe Weissbier 50cl 5.3% Hefeweizen. Gold. Fruitiness and spice are more subtle than other flavours with Yeast, Bread. Dampfbier Zwickl Naturbier 50cl 5.5% Keller bier. Gold. Unfiltered bier has a hazy deep golden colour. Smooth, mellow flavour, leaving a slight sharp note on the tongue. ERDINGER Alkoholfrei 50cl 0.0% Weizen Bock. Amber. Light straw color; Light body; Aroma and flavor of malt, yeast, light hops, some citrus, and grain. FLENSBURGER Pilsener 33cl 4.8% German Pilsner. Gold. Clear yellow body and a nice creamy white lasting head, malt and grass. Bitter finish, light sweetness and medium bitterness taste. HOFBRAU Dunkel 50cl 5.5% Munchen Dunkel Lager. Brown. Clear brown. Smell is dark malt with a touch of earthy herbal hops. Taste is dark roasted malts with some earthy herbal hops. Original 50cl 5.1% Munchen Helles Lager. Gold. Golden / straw colour. Aroma between malt grains and some lightly spicy citrus. Taste breadiness and spicy lemon citrus. A slight bitterness in the finish. HOHENTHANNER SCHLOSSBRAUEREI Hohenthanner Kellerbier 50cl 5.0% Keller bier. Gold. Bready, malty, refreshing, light, grassy and very drinkable. Body a bit below than desiderable. Some lemony notes. 52
KLOSTER ANDECHS 6.9% Kloster Andechs Bergbock Hell 50cl Helles Bock. Gold. Strong malty nuances and floral hoppiness are imbued with accents of slight fruitiness. Discrete, finely bitter hoppiness transforms into a slight honey sweetness. MAISELS Weiss 50cl 5.8% German Hefeweizen. Amber. Cloudy orange body, big white head. Malty nose with nuts, whole wheat bread, red fruit and light cheese. Nice spicy taste.
GERMANY P J FRUH 5.8% Kรถlsch 50cl Kรถlsch. Gold. Kรถlsch is an appelation given to top fermented beers brewed only in Cologne and this is one of the best. SCHNEIDER Aventinus 50cl 5.8% Weizen Bock. Gold. Golden colour with a slightly hazy appearance and a fine head. Fruity notes of muscat and raisins in the taste. Aventinus Weizen-Eisbock 33cl 12.0% Eisbock. Amber. This Wheat Doppelbock of Bavaria, has always been known to be the most intense and complex wheat beer in the world. Hopfenweisse 50cl 8.2% Weizen Bock. Amber. Murky light amber. Aroma lemon and orange citrus. Flavour simular but with wheat malt and a little peppery spice. Weisse Grunes 50cl 5.8% German Hefeweizen. Gold. Golden colour with a large off-white head. Citric aroma of wheat, caramel, yeast. Flavour is wheat, yeast, some fruit, citrus. UERIGE OBERGรRIGE HAUSBRAUEREI Uerige Alt 33cl 4.7% Alt Bier. Amber. Pours a light mahogany. Smells of light bready, caramel malt, Taste is a very nice balance of bready, caramel malt.
GREECE ALFA 5.0% Hellenic Beer 33cl Pale Lager. Gold. Aroma sweet corn and malt, some vegetal notes. Corn flavour with peppery hops coming through.
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WORLD BEER BAR ICELAND EINSTOCK BREWING COMPANY Einstok Pale Ale 33cl 5.6% Premium Bitter. Amber. Pours bright copper with light beige head and lacing. Understated aroma of grapefruit with some pine and perfume notes. Toasted malt with grapefruit-citrus. 5.2% Einstok White Ale 33cl Witbeir. Gold. Hazy pale yellow, good head. Yeasty grain aroma. Sour lemon yeast flavour. Sharp with bitter aftertaste.
INDIA WHITE RHINO IPA 33cl 6.3% Indian Pale Ale. Amber. Hazy amber white head. Hoppy bitter tangy ipa quite biting. WHITE RHINO 4.8% Lager 33cl Lager. Gold. Brewed with 100% two-row pilsner malt and hopped with only ‘noble’ varieties.
IRELAND WHIPLASH Body Riddle Can 4.5% American Pale Ale. Gold. Hazy lemon pour. Aroma Peppermint and lemon peel. Taste wheat then grapefruit, melon, passionfruit and mint. 6.2% Bone Machine Can Indian Pale Ale. Gold. Clear deep gold colour. Light grains and semisweet malt aroma. Taste Light malts, slight sweetness, light pale malt, light bittering hops with grainy notes.
ITALY BIRRADAMARE Dammenipa 33cl 5.0% Indian Pale Ale. Gold. Nutty character contrasting the floral, grapefruit malts. Lemony herbal taste. BIRRADAMARE 4.9% Birradamare ‘na Biretta Chiara 33cl Pilsner. Gold. Hazy golden with a lot of head. Aroma floral corn, and grain. Dry bitterness to light sweet taste. 4.5% naBio 33cl Munchen Helles Lager. Gold. Oranged blond, quite hazy. Malty and grainy smell, some honey. Taste Strong maltiness, biscuit. Some hop in the atertaste.
JAMAICA DRAGON STOUT Dragon Stout 28.4cl 7.5% Imperial Stout. Black. Black in colour with ruby highlightsAroma is of brown sugar, dark figs, and caramel. Taste cola, caramel, and brown sugar.
JAPAN KIUCHI BREWERY Hitachino Nest Classic 33cl 7.5% Indian Pale Ale. Amber. Hazy amber with little head. Caramel malt and wood on the nose. Flavours bring caramel malts, alcohol, bitterness, wood, and herbal hops. 7.0% Hitachino Nest Red Rice Ale 33cl Specialty Grain. Amber. Hazy amber colour with a fluffy white head, that keeps a nice lacing. Aromas of bubblegum, pine, strawberry and caramel. Flavour is like strawberry gum. 5.5% Hitachino Nest White Ale 33cl Witbier. Gold. Straw colour with thin white head. Noble hop aromas, nutmeg and orange taste. KYODO SHOJI KOEDO BREWERY 7.5% Coedo Ruri 33cl Pilsner. Gold. Hazy yellow with a white head. Aroma is sweet, malty and light hoppy - grass and spicy. Flavour is medium sweet and moderate bitter.
LAOS BEER LAO Beer Lao 33cl 5.0% Rice Lager. Gold. Brewed from the best local rice and overseas high quality malt giving it a unique taste.
LATVIA ALDARIS Aldaris Zelta 50cl 5.2% Pale Lager. Gold. Clear golden beer with small vanishing head. Aroma is grain, hay and some citrus. Taste is light sweet malty, little hop bitterness. CESU 5.2% Premium 50cl Munich Dunkel Lager. Amber. Pours clear amber. Smell, caramel, grains, malts. Taste malts, toasted malts, slight bitterness. PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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WORLD BEER BAR LITHUANIA RINKUSKIAI Microhistory Beer Schengen Beast 33cl 5.2% Pale Lager. Gold. Clear orange/yellow colour. s. Sweet, malty and herbal hops in aroma. Sweet, caramel, sugar, syrup in taste. VILNIAUS 2.8% Alus Grapefruit Wheat Beer Mix 33cl Fruit Beer. Gold. Cloudy yellow body, Has feel of traditional wheat beer with a grapefruit twist.
MADERIA CORAL Coral 33cl 5.3% Pale Lager. Gold. Light yellow in colour. Thin head. Cereal and not much else.Indistinct honey sweetness with mixed grain. 5.1% Coral Tonica 33cl Schwarzbier. Black. Dark brown colour, medium brown head. Aroma is coffee, toffee, nuts and caramel. Taste is astringent, coffee, nuts.
MALTA CISK LAGER Cisk Lager Can 4.2% Pale Lager. Gold. Golden-coloured, bottomfermented lager with a distinctive and wellbalanced character. Rich hop aroma and pleasant bitterness.
MEXICO CERVECERIA MEXICANA Chili Beer 33cl 4.2% Spice/Herb. Gold. Pours golden yellowp. Aroma of chili peppers. Flavour was hot chili peppers, pale malts, green vegetables and had a nice satisfying burn. 4.6% Death Rides a Pale Horse 33cl Blond Ale. Gold. Golden with a copper tinge. Tast rust, malt, pineapple, and a hint of caramel. 5.5% Immortal Beloved 33cl Hefeweizen. Gold. Amber peach juice colour. Hefty sweetness, apple sauce, caramel notes, bubblegum and coriander. 4.8% Queen of the Night 33cl Pale Ale. Amber. Copper/ beige head. Caramel, chestnut honey, candy sugar, and a little bit of hop. In the taste honey and sugar. 54
Pay the Ferryman 33cl 5.0% Porter. Black. Toasted smell, with a point of sweetness. Similar taste with toasted, and cappuccino flavours. MEXICALI Mexicali Dark 33cl 5.0% Munchen Dunkel Lager. Brown. Dark brown body. Aroma slightly toasted caramel malts and a bit of corn. Taste bread, caramel and toasted malts.
MOROCCO CASABLANCA 5.0% Casablanca 35cl Pale Lager. Gold. Golden colour with a white head. Aroma some malts and an overall lagery smell. Taste Slightly malty and hoppy.
NAMIBIA NAMIBIA BREWERIES 4.0% Windhoek 33cl Pale Lager. Gold. Clear light golden with small white head. Grassy and bean herbs. a skunky finish as most pale lagers.
NETHERLANDS DE KONINGSHOEVEN 6.5% La Trappe Blond 33cl Trappist Ale. Gold. A bright golden blond ale with a sparkling, fresh fruity taste with a delicate bitter aftertaste. La Trappe Quadruple (Oak Aged) 37.5cl 10.0% Trappist Quadruple. Amber. Malty, peppery funk for aroma. Earthy smelling. Taste dark brown sugar, buttery vanilla and a hint of dried plum, raisin. La Trappe Tripel 33cl 8.0% Trappist Triple. Gold. The use of coriander gives it a spicy character. Golden in colour with a fruity, bittersweet taste. La Trappe Witte 33cl 5.5% Trappist Witbier. Gold. Only Trappist white beer in the world A fresh thirst quencher with a refined character. Brewed with wheat malt and a very aromatic varieties of hops. DE MOLEN Rasputin Can 10.6% Russian Imperial Stout. Black. Pours black. Aroma is roasted, toasted, and nutted malts. Flavour is roasted, toasted, nutted, and caramel malts. Caramel, and toffee.
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WORLD BEER BAR NETHERLANDS DE MOLEN Unarmed & Dangerous 33cl 10.1% Barley Wine. Brown. Clear brown with beige head. Rye, quite sugary, lots of spicy grains, bitter herbs, wort, light roasted malts, alcohol, marzipan. Quite sweet but also lots of spicy bitterness.
NETHERLANDS KEES Caramel Fudge 33cl 11.5% Russian Imperial Stout. Black. Dark brown colour. Aroma coffee, chocolate. Taste caramel, in the end, dark coffee. 6.0% Rasberry Cream Ale 33cl Cream Ale. Amber. Pours a cloudy amber with full head. Aromas of fresh raspberries, grapes, and wheaty malts. Flavours of same though raspberry. 6.0% Strawberry fields 33cl Fruit Beer. Brown. Brownish-red colour. Aroma of strawberries, malt, and some chocolate. Taste marginal amount of malt and a large amount of strawberries. 7.2% West Coast IPA 33cl Indian Pale Ale. Gold. Clear golden with small off-white head. Aroma is malt, caramel, hop, little toasted and a little peach. Flavour is malt, caramel, hop, little toasted, medium sweet, little peach and a little bitter. ZUNDERT 8.0% Zundert 33cl Trappist Tripel. Brown. Dark brown colour. Aroma coffee, chocolate. Taste caramel, in the end, dark coffee. Nose nice brown malts, dark fruits.Taste sweet candy malts, toffee, caramel, dark fruits.
NEW ZEALAND LION BREWERIES Lion Red 33cl 4.0% Vienna Lager. Amber. Pours a lighter amber with a small head. Aroma of malt and sweetness. Taste of the same with some bitterness. MONTEITHS BREWING COMPANY 5.0% Monteiths Golden Lager 33cl Pale Lager. Gold. Golden colour, small white head. Aroma is grass, herbs, some wooden notes and some herbs to it. Flavour is grassy herbal, earthy.
SPEIGHTS Speight’s 33cl 4.0% Pilsner. Gold. A golden beer with a thin lazing white head. The aroma has notes of malt as well as lighter notes of grain and hay. The flavour is sweet with notes of malt and straw. STEINLAGER 4.8% Steinlager 33cl Pale Lager. Gold. Gold Beer. Aroma hay, corn, grass. Bread/biscuit flavour. YEASTIE BOYS Yeastie Boys Gunnamatta 33cl 6.5% Spice Herb. Amber. A new world India Pale Ale with subtle grapefruit and lemon hop flavours intermingling amongst the explosive bergamot orange and leafy aromatics of the ‘Earl Grey Blue Flower’ English tea.
NORWAY AEGIR BRYGGERI Aegir Dag Sitrus Pale Ale 33cl 4.0% Indian Pale Ale. Amber. Attractive bronze coloured, orange flavour pale ale. Creamy head that lingers, hoppy and orange marmalade flavour. 4.7% Aegir Littlebro 33cl Indian Pale Ale. Gold. Hazy pale golden coloured with a thick white head. It has sweet orange and tropical fruit flavours followed by pine and grapefruit on the finish. NØGNE Ø 4.5% American Pale Ale Can American Pale Ale. Gold. Hazy golden colour. White head with lacing. Aroma of grape with some yeast. Bitter taste of hops, grape with notes of vanilla. 6.5% Asian Pale Ale Can American Pale Ale. Gold. Golden amber colour. Aroma lemongrass, honey, dank citrusy hops and white bread. Taste lemongrass, spices, nutmeg, coriander. 4.5% New World Hoppy Lager Can Pale Lager. Gold. Hazy yellow/golden coloured. Aroma is light malty and very fruity with fresh hops. Taste sweet malts and goes to fruity. PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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WORLD BEER BAR Wit Can 4.5% Witbier. Gold. Hazy orange coloured body. Fruity aroma with lemon, spice & yeast. Taste is similar to the aroma with lemon, zest, yeast.
PERU CUSQUENA Cusquena 33cl 5.0% Pale Lager. Gold. Pale golden colour. Light, crisp slight caramel malt flavour.
POLAND BROWAR BOJANOWO Bojan Szwejk 50cl 4.7% Pilsner. Gold. Gold colour, small head. Hoppy flavour with a hint of corn normal crisp pils finish. BROWAR LWÃ“WEK 1209 4.0% Lwowek Malinowe 50cl Fruit Beer. Red. Clear red-pink colour. Small size, beige head, stays. Strawberries, sweet, syrup in aroma. Sourish, strawberries, syrup in taste.
PORTUGAL SAGRES Sagres Bohemia 33cl 6.2% Dunkle. Brown. Ginger and seductive, with a fruity aroma, creamy head, and amber colour. 2.0% Sagres Radler 33cl Friut Beer. Gold. Yellow pour. Light frothy head. Lemon aroma with bitter shandy taste. UNICER BEBIDAS 5.2% Superbock 33cl Pale Lager. Gold. Pours clear light golden with a small white head, light lacing. Aroma of straw, skunky, grains and honey. Taste is grainy, bready, citrus and zesty.
ROMANIA TIMISOREANA Timisoreana Can 5.0% Pale Lager. Gold. Dark golden colour. Aromas are sweet and sour: sweet apples and unripe peach with ripe banana. URSUS BREWERY 5.0% Ursus Premium Can Pale Lager. Gold. Golden colour, white head. Bitter taste with citrus, toast, malts and grass. Bitter finish with citrus, toast, malts and grass.
RUSSIA BALTIKA BREWERY Baltika No5 Premium Golden Lager 50cl 5.3% Pale Lager. Gold. Pale bright golden body with a big frothy white head. Aroma of light pilsner malts and grain. Taste is light and crisp. Grain and malts with slight bitterness. 7.0% Baltika No6 Porter Premium 50cl Baltic Porter. Black. The appearance is a dark black colour with a medium sized tan head. The aroma is black licorice and malt. The taste is malt and black licorice. STARY MELNIK Stary Melnik Iz Bochonka Myagkoe 50cl 4.2% Pale Lager. Gold. Clear pale yellow colour white head. Light straw aroma. Taste is watery lemony straw. Stary Melnik Iz Bochonka 5.4% Nasishchennoye 50cl Pale Lager. Gold. Golden beer with small head. Aroma of sweetcorn and a little tin. Taste is pale malts, light cereal grain and decent hop bitterness.
SARDINIA ICHNUSA Ichnusa 33cl 4.7% Pale Lager. Gold. Dull golden body. Aroma: Dull malt and cardboard. Flavour, Straightforward grainy and straw-like malt.
SINGAPORE ASIA PACIFIC BREWERIES Tiger 33cl 4.8% Pale Lager. Gold. Clear pale gold coloured body. Aroma is lightly bready, sweetcorn. Taste is bready cardboard, with corn sweetness.
SLOVAKIA GOLDEN PHEASANT (ZLATY BAZANT) Golden Pheasant (Zlaty Bazant) 50cl 5.0% Pilsner. Gold. Pour dark golden. Aroma was grassy, fresh cut hay, toasted grains. Taste was bitter, raw barley. PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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WORLD BEER BAR SOUTH KOREA HITE Hite 33cl 4.3% Pale Lager. Gold. Aroma is malty and floral with shades of grain, apple juice and yeast. Taste malty and herbal with shades of yeast, grasses and rice.
SCOTLAND BREWDOG Dead Pony Pale Ale Can 3.8% Indian Pale Ale. Amber. Orange-amber colour. Aroma is mainly citrus, orange, notes of grapefruit and some sweet fruits. taste, between orange and lemon and grapefruit. BREWDOG 6.5% Elvis Juice Can Indian Pale Ale. Amber. Clear orange with a frothy off-white head. Flavors are biscuity cereals, grapefruit zest, resinous hops and pine with grassy notes. Medium body, moderate carbonation, oily texture. BREW DOG 4.7% Jet Black Heart 33cl Sweet Stout. Black. This sable stout is black as pitch and smooth as hell. Jet Black Heart is a milk stout; roasty malt flavours of coffee and chocolate, bound to a decadent fullbodied richness. BREWDOG 4.5% Vagabond 33cl American Pale Ale. Amber. Copper hazy beige head. Smell of fruity malts, spices, herbs. Moderate sweet, woody, spice.
CERVECERA ARTESANA FUNDADA 5.4% Ceriux Rubia 33cl Fruit Beer. Gold. Hazy yellow with white head. Aroma has notes of white wine, yeasts, candy, sugary, malt. The flavour is mild sweet white wine, herbs, some vegetables, yeasts. HIJOS DE RIVERA 4.7% Estrella Galicia 33cl Pale Lager. Gold. Pale, clear, white foam, medium bitterness, light body, thin feel, average carbonation. 7.2% Estrella Galicia 1906 Black Coupage 33cl Dunkel Lager. Brown. Dark with small head and lacing. Sweet roasted caramel aroma. Very good mouthfeel, with chocoloate and coffee notes.
SRI LANKA LION Lion Lager 33cl 4.8% Pale Lager. Gold. Golden roasted malt in colour with a hint of fruit and caramel flavouring, it is very slightly sweet with less hop notes. 7.5% Lion Stout 33cl Imperial Stout. Black. Dark caramel, sweet notes of chocolate and coffee interspersed into a foundation of dark roasted barley.
SWEDEN BRUTAL BREWING Pistonhead Kustom Lager 33cl 4.6% Pale Lager. Gold. Crystal clear yellow in colour. Aromas of floral hops. flavors of floral hops along with pale and bready malts.
Basqueland Aupa 33cl 5.3% American Pale Ale. Amber. Golden colour. Aroma of tropical fruits, resin, caramel. Taste of caramel and tropical fruits.
BOON RAWD BREWERY Singha 33cl 5.0% Pale Lager. Gold. Pours clear golden no head Aromas of lager yeast, grains, citrusy, hints of syrup. Taste with canned corn, malt syrup.
4.8% Basqueland Equinox 33cl Hefeweizen. Gold. Pours a slightly hazy, slightly cloudy goldencolour. Candy banana against st equal candy grapefruit in both in the aroma and flavour.
THAI BEVERAGES 5.0% Beer Chang 33cl Pale Lager. Gold. Clear yellow colour. Smell, sweet grains, hay, lemon, malts. Taste is bittersweet, soft, clean.
Basqueland Imparable 33cl 6.8% American Pale Ale. Amber. Aroma is grainy, spicy, juicy, milky and dank. Taste is hoppy, resiny and grainy with a medium bitterness.
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WORLD BEER BAR TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO CARIB BREWERY Carib 33cl 5.2% Premium Lager. Gold. Golden with a frothy white head. Aroma is pale malts and slight hops. Taste is crisp and light, medium to high carbonation.
TURKEY ANADOLU EFES Efes 33cl 5.0% Pilsner. Gold. The flavour has elements of lemon and orange which is complimented by the added honey and is followed with a smooth and clean finish.
UKRAINE OBOLON Obolon Light 50cl 4.5% Pale Lager. Gold. Big grassy aroma in a pale straw pour. Mild fruity body is sustained through to the finish - which is lacking any bitterness to match. Obolon Magnat Light Beer 50cl 5.2% Pale Lager. Gold. Golden with a brief white head. Aroma has a bit of skunk with some nice light malt. Crisp but soft maltiness like a Helles Lager with very little bitterness.
USA DIXIE BREWING CO. Dixie Beer 33cl 4.5% Pale Lager. Gold. Pours pale gold with a thin white head. Aromas of buttery lemon, malt. Taste is thin and buttery, saline, sweet. MOTHER EARTH Boo Koo IPA Can 6.5% Indian Pale Ale. Amber. Straw coloured. A simple Pilsen grain bill. Piney aroma and foresty flavours. MOTHER EARTH Cali Creamin Can 5.2% Cream Ale. Gold. Golden to pale in colour, with low bitterness, medium body, and a white head. Madagascar Vanilla Bean gives it a Cream Soda kick. Kismet IPA Can 7.2% Indian Pale Ale. Amber. Pours orange. Taste is mango and papaya forward over a moderate malt base with a nice Pine finish.
MOTHER EARTH Sin Tax Can 8.1% Imperial Stout. Black. Pours black colour. Smell is a little like cherry cola itself, combined roasted peanuts and some chocolate. Taste dark fruit, toffee,peanut butter. PABST 4.6% Blue Ribbon Can Pale Lager. Gold. Yellow colour with a fluffy white head. Smells and tastes grainy, malty and the smallest amount of hop bitterness. ROGUE 5.5% Yellow Snow Pilsner Can Pilsner. Gold. Creamy yellow brew. Hints of hops and grain. Sweet, grainy, cereal tasting. SAUGATUCK 4.5% Back Yard IPA 35.5cl Indian Pale Ale. Amber. Nose lightly hoppy, kind of citrusy, with a biscuit malt. Taste like grapefruit combined with a tropical fruit. 6.0% Blueberry Maple Stout 35.5cl American Stout. Black. Black ruby beer. Aroma is sweet blueberries, faint maple syrup, and doughy, pancake. Taste blueberries and maple syrup. SAUGATUCK 6.0% Neapolitan Milk Stout 35.5cl Milk Stout. Black. Colour of dark chocolate. Aroma has subtle hints of strawberry fruitiness. Taste faint strawberry note. Chocolate with a sugary sweet cream finish. TAILGATE BEER 6.2% Tailgate Beer Grapefruit IPA 35.5cl Indian Pale Ale. Amber. A hazy orange color with a small white head. Has a fruity malty grapefruit hoppy aroma. Fruity malty pink grapefruit hoppy flavor. Has a fruity malty grapefruit hoppy finish. Tailgate Beer Watermelon Wheat 35.5cl 4.8% Fruit Beer. Amber. Clear slightly Amber golden beer with a white foam head. Nose is watermelon, floral, toasted grains, toffee. Taste is lager yeast, acidic, watermelon, toasted grains. TRAPPISTS OF SPENCER 6.5% Spencer Trappist Ale 33cl Trappist Ale. Amber. Pours a cloudy copper with a thin white head. Aroma is caramel, dark fruits, bubblegum, honey, and brown sugar. Flavour is caramel, dark fruit, nut, and bubblegum. PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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ust when you thought Peterborough CAMRA Beer Festival couldn’t get any better, 2018 sees the launch of our very own gin bar. With the success of the gin stall last year, the Forty-Thirst year will see it brought in-house (and we’re just a little excited about it!). A lot of love has gone into sourcing 50 gins, which will be on in rotation during the festival, see menu boards. We will have a variety of Old Tom, London Dry, New Western and Flavoured gins (all at least 37.5%). As the Lyme Bay wine is always well received, we will have two Lyme Bay gins (a dry and a pink grapefruit). We have also sourced some local gins such as Pin Gin (Lincs); Adnams (Suffolk); Blue Monkey
(Nottingham); Cambridge Dry and Dr J’s (Cambridge); and Black Shuck (Norfolk). There will also be some delights from further afield, such as Malfy (Italy); Monkey 47 (Germany); and three Norde’s Galician, Gin Mare, Puerto De Indias (Spain). We also have six gins that are made by Brewery’s. Fever Tree Tonic will be sponsoring the gin bar with six varieties to choose from. Fever Tree is considered to be one of the best tonics, made from the highest quality, naturally-sourced ingredients. So, whether you are new to gin or a seasoned taster, come and find us in the North marquee where our excited GINius bar team will be happy to recommend a beauty to try. Enjoy but drink responsibly.
6 O’clock Gin
Strikingly Smooth and Fresh
6 special botanicals, juniper, with floral and citrus notes.
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Adnams Copper House 1St Rate Gin Adnams Brewery Rising Sun Gin Bath Tub Gin Ableforths
Japanese matcha tea, lemongrass a Lime / Ginger special blend of botanicals.
Made with 12 Botanicals, Old Tom Style.
Bloom London Gin
Blue Monkey Brewery Gin
Proper Gin. herbs, spices, nutmeg, sage, and rosemary.
Brewdog Lone Wolf Gin
Lemon Or Lime
With lemongrass, lime leaf, spices&oily juniper.
“A Gin Like no other” Smooth & Fruity.
A Gentle Summertime Gin. Infused with 11 Botanicals an easy drinking Gin.
Tonic / Lemon
Bullards Strawberry & Black Pepper
Grapefruit Or Lime
Cambridge Dry Gin
Lemon /Mint A gem from Cambridge, made with Macedonian juniper.
Chapel Down Gin (Curious Brewery)
Conker Dorset Dry Gin 40.0%
Lime / Mint
Fresh fruit, peppery juniper complimented by black pepper. Four times distilled in copper pot stills made with 12 botanicals.
Orange oil, rosemary & subtle sweetness of heather honey. Aromatic and refreshing, floral, hints of juniper and coriander. Soft & supple, plenty of juniper elements, a touch of spearmint. Good balance of citrus, junipers and coriander coming through.
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Dr J’s Gin (Cambridgeshire)
Eden Mill Original Gin
Grapefruit Or Lime
Feckin Unbelievable Irish Gin
Gin Mare (Spanish)
Basil / Rosemary
Tonic / Lemon
Gunpowder Irish Gin (Drumshanbo) Hayman’s Old Tom Gin
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Lyme Bay Dry Gin (Lyme Bay) Lyme Bay Pink Grapefruit Gin
With orange flavours amid the juniper and coriander notes. Sea buckthorn, also known as simply ‘seaberries’ for a satisfying tang. Herbaceous, savoury juniper & soft coriander bitterness.
The Full Taste of the Mediterranean. Coriander and tart juniper, citrus zest. Bright citrus and green tea notes are Lemon /Lime complemented by the spices. Subtly sweet, though maintains a Lemon /Lime herbaceous quality throughout. Lime / Cucumber is a main botanical, a Cucumber unique, incredibly refreshing . English and Japanese traditions to create Lime/Orange an exciting, intriguing spirit. Grapefruit Inspired by India, coriander, orange, Or Lime lemon, grapefruit & angelica. Lemon / Grapefruit, lime, verbena, orris, a Orange good core of spicy juniper. Pink A beautiful marriage of the floral and citrus flavours. Grapefruit Lemon Infused with Lemons, Dry and crisp. Notes Or Lime of juniper, anise and coriander.
Malfy’s Italian Gin
Masons Yorkshire Gin
Juniper, Lime and Orange Flavours.
Subtly sweet notes of Lavender.
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Masons Yorkshire Lavender Gin Masons Yorkshire Tea Gin Monkey 47 (German) Nelsons Rhubarb And Custard Gin No 22 Gin (Village Brewery) Norde’s Galician Gin (Spanish) Norfolk Black Shuck Gin Old Raj Dry Gin Blue Label (Scotland) Peaky Blinders Gin (Sadlers Brewery) Pin Gin Lincolnshire Poetic Licence Northern Gin Puerto De Indias Strawberry (Spanish) Sipsmith London Vjop Gin Tanqueray Flor De Sevilla Orange Tarquin’s Blackberry Gin The Botanist Gin
Plenty of Yorkshire Tea Flavours Robust with plenty of spice and fruit. 47 Botanicals used in distilling
Lemon Or Non
Sharp, sweet rhubarb and mellow vanilla .
Unique Gin Made from the finest botanicals & ingredients.
Lemon Lemon Or Orange Lemon/ Strawberry Mint Pink Grapefruit Orange/ Strawberry
Fresh and Fruity on the palate. With traditional Botanicals & Lavender, Sea Buckthorn. From Calderheads, gentle spicy flavour. Nine Botanicals & Exotic Spices. Elegant floral notes, orange, lime and cinnamon. Fresh coriander and lime rice with a hint of chilli. Juniper & Strawberry, a vibrantly fruit-forward Spanish gin.
Lime /Juniper V.J.O.P. (stands for “Very Junipery Over Proof”) Orange
Zesty & bittersweet taste of Seville Oranges. Full of Blackberry and Honey flavour’s.
Made with a massive 31 Botanicals.
Two Birds Old Tom Gin 40.0%
A sweeter Victorian Style Gin
Lemon Or Cucumber
Not as sweet as you’d expect, raspberry fruitiness .
Tart Rhubarb crispness & Ginger giving a warm Character.
Warner Edwards Elderflower Gin Warner Edwards Honey Bee Gin Whitley Neill Raspberry Gin Whitley Neill Rhubarb & Ginger Gin
An aperitif - sweet dry and gorgeous with a good tonic. Made with Honey from there own Farm Bees.
GIN STYLES NW = New Western. LD = London Dry. OT = Old Tom. F = Flavoured
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The PBF 2018 “Home Brew Off”
018 has seen the arrival of the Peterborough Beer Festival brewing competition, the Peterborough CAMRA branch was approached by the “Anglian Craft Brewers” to see if we’d be interested in getting involved in arranging a competition. Competitors were asked to produce a litre of beer to be judged in one of three ABV categories: 3%-3.9%, 4%-4.9% and 5%+. The prize for each winning brewer was to spend the day with a local brewery to produce a firkin of their beer to be put on the singles bar at this year’s PBF.
With 27 entries across the three categories members of the Peterborough CAMRA branch happily jumped at the chance to volunteer to judge the beers! The standard of beer entered was extremely high and many of the panel commented that the beers would not be out of place behind a bar.
WINNERS: 3%-3.9% Ashley Carr from Norfolk with his American Pale Ale “Duke of Jarl” 3.8%. He brewed with Mike from Xtreme Ales 4%-4.9% Piotr Mikucki from Peterborough with his take on a Belgian Peat Milk Stout “My name is mud” 4.9%. Piotr brewed with Richard from Mile Tree brewery. 5%+ Charlie Abbott/Jason Jones from Huntingdon with their American IPA “Pidley Cheeks” 6%. They have brewed in conjunction with Mike from Xtreme Ales.
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f you are driving, have kiddies that need refreshing or just want a change from alcohol then head for the Escape Bar – a dedicated soft drinks bar where you will find a range of soft drinks to suit both adult and kiddie tastes together with ice creams, crisps, nuts and cigarettes. Ice creams will include Magnum, Cornetto, Solero Berry Berry, X Pop and Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry and Ginger Cups. Soft drinks include Lemonade, Coke, Orange Juice, Britvic 55, Pepsi, Fanta, Tango, Sprite,
Special thanks to Bram at the Hand who hosted the judging the providing a never ending supply of tasting glasses. * Tasting notes are listed in the program J2O, 7UP, Ribena, Appletise, Lucozade Ginger Beer, Victorian Lemonade and many others. Fruit Shoot drinks for the children will be priced at just 50 pence each as will bottles of still and sparkling water (Remember you will pay up to £2 a bottle for water at many non-CAMRA festivals). Also on sale will be Pipers Crisps, Cadbury’s Dairy Milk, Kit Kat, Maltesers, Twirl, Mini Cheddars, Peanuts, Dry Roasted, Pork Scratchings, Quavers, Hula Hoops, , and Cheesy Wotsits. We will have a small selection of cigarettes, cigars and lighters. If you fancy a glass of alcohol-free apple juice then you will find a selection on the Cider & Perry Bar and alcohol-free beer can be found on the Bottled Beer Bar.
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CIDER & PERRY BAR
Cider & Perry Bar
elcome to the cider and perry bar; I hope you like the new location in the South Marquee, which gives us a little more space and hence a slightly increase range over last year. We have a wide range of traditionally made ciders and perries from all over the country, but because of the popularity of cider containing fruit and other flavourings we also have a good selection of these. You will therefore find on the bar strawberry, cherry, mango and other fruit ciders, also ginger, rhubarb, even rum & raisin and gin & tonic. You will note that most of the fruit ciders are 4% ABV, considerably weaker than most of the non-fruit ciders. The majority of the ciders are still, although some will sparkle a little due to the residual fermentation in the tubs and boes. Because of the nature of the fermentation process real ciders and perries may be crystal clear, hazy or even cloudy, but not so opaque as to make them look unappealing in the glass. We are also selling a range of non-alcoholic apple juices on the bar. These are 100% juice and very refreshing. Our knowledgeable bar staff will be very happy to give small tastes and discuss the drinks with you provided the bar is not too busy.
This year we will be running a Cider / Perry of the Festival Competition. There will be three sections; traditional cider, traditional perry and fruit cider. We will be looking for nominations; this will take place on Tuesday August 21st and anyone at the Festival can take part. The si in each category with the most nominations will be judged by a tasting panel on Wednesday with the results announced on Wednesday afternoon. Most ciders / perries are made from a blend of apple / pear varieties; where a single variety has been used this is on the tub label. All the ciders and perries have been categorized as Very Dry, Dry, Medium Dry, Medium, Medium Sweet, Sweet or Very Sweet. You may not always agree with us, particularly since some tubs can change in character as they are drunk, but it shouldnâ€™t be too far off. By all means refer to the program and every effort has been made to ensure that it is accurate; nevertheless it has to be printed long before the cider actually arrives so discrepancies with the tub labels can occur. We are confident that whatever your taste in cider / perry there is something for you here. Wassail! Chris Rogers Cider Bar Manager
The tub labels are the best source of information when ordering since, unlike the program, they are only printed after the cider has been tasted. Green labels are cider and yellow labels are perry. CIDERS
BARKERS Hallow, Worcestershire
BAD BOY Kettering, Northamptonshire Blackberry Sweet
BEARD AND SABRE Cirencester, Gloucestershire Yardarm Medium
BERE CIDER CO. Langport, Somerset
BARBOURNE Worcester Strawberry Sweet
Gold Rush Medium
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CIDER & PERRY BAR BIDDENDEN Ashford, Kent Bushels Medium
DOUBLE VISION Maidstone, Kent 6.0%
BOTTLE KICKING Hallaton, Leicestershire Pineapple, Peach & P.F. 4.0% Medium Sweet Cranberry & Cherry 4.0% Medium Sweet BROADOAK Clutton Hill, Somerset Rum & Raisin Sweet Sloe Gin Sweet CAMBRIDGE CIDER CO. Bassingbourne, Cambridgeshire Much Merriment Sweet
CAREY ORGANIC Carey, Herefordshire Organic Cider 7.0% Medium Dry CHANT West Pennard, Somerset Badget’s Spit Dry
COCKEYED CIDER Cullompton, Devon Bushpig 7.0% Medium Monkey Mango 4.0% Sweet COUNTRYMAN Felldownhead, Devon Farm Cider 6.5% Medium Sweet CRANBOURNE CHASE Blandford Forum, Dorset Traditional Sweet
DUDDAS TUN Sittingbourne, Kent Apricot Medium Sweet DUFORD SCRUMPY Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Summer Daze Medium Sweet ENGLISH FRUITS Worcester Briar Patch Blackberry Medium Sweet Raspberry Medium Sweet
FARMER JIM’S Newton Abbot, Devon Copper Top 7.4% Medium Dry Rhubarb Bob 4.0% Medium Sweet GLEBE FARM Kings Repton, Cambridgeshire Blackcurrant Medium Sweet Mango Sweet
GREEN VALLEY Clyst St. George, Devon 6.8% Sweet
GWYNT Y DDRAIG Pontypridd, Glamorgan Black Dragon 7.2% Medium
Medium Dry, single variety of fruit used
DOWNHAM CIDER Downham Market, Norfolk Jonagold Medium, single variety of fruit used
GWATKINS Abbey Dore, Herefordshire Red Diesel Strawberry 4.0% Medium Sweet Stoke Red 7.5% Sweet, single variety of fruit used
DAYS COTTAGE Brookthorpe, Gloucestershire
DORSET NECTAR Bridport, Dorset Dabinett Medium Dry Wild Cat Medium, single variety of fruit used
Medium Cherry Medium Sweet
HALLET’S Tonbridge, Kent Blindfold Medium
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CIDER & PERRY BAR HARRY’S Long Sutton, Somerset Flash Harry’s Mango & Lime Medium Sweet Scrummage Medium HECKS Street, Somerset Glastonbury Gold Sweet Kingston Black Medium
HUBZ’S Peterborough, Cambridgeshire Ang Over 8.0% Medium Cranberry & Raspberry 7.5% Medium Pineapple 8.7% Medium Sweet HUNT’S Paignton, Devon Bull Walloper Medium KENTISH PIP Canterbury, Kent Vintage Medium Sweet LYME BAY Aminster, Devon Jack Ratt Vintage Dry Raspberry & Peach Sweet MAGPIE Nottingham, Dark Cherry Medium Sweet NAPTON CIDER Napton-on-the-Hill, Warwickshire Red Devil Medium NEWTON COURT Leominster, Herefordshire Gasping Goose Medium
PURBECK CIDER CO. Purbeck, Dorset Devil’s Leaf 6.0% Medium RICH Watchfield, Somerset Chizel Jersey 6.0% Medium Sweet, single variety of fruit used SANDFORD ORCHARDS Crediton, Devon Devon Scrumpy 6.0% Medium SEACIDER Ditchling Common, Susse Marmalade 4.0% Medium Sweet SHEPPYS Bradford-on-Tone, Somerset 6.0% Medium Sweet Raspberry 4.0% Sweet SNAILSBANK Halmond Frome, Herefordshire Pig Ginger Medium Sweet Rhubarb Sweet
STOCKMORE FARM Pembridge, Herefordshire 6.0% Mediun, single variety of fruit used THATCHERS Sandford, Somerset Cheddar Valley Medium
THIRSTY FARMER Sutton Bonnington, Leicestershire 6.0%
Medium Dry Mango Medium Sweet Strawberry Medium Sweet
THREE CATS Morley, Derbyshire
OLIVERS Ocle Pychard, Herefordshire 6.7%
ORCHARD PIG West Bradley , Somerset Hogfather 7.4% Medium
TY GWYN Pontrilas, Herefordshire Festival Ferret Medium Dry
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CIDER & PERRY BAR WATERGULL ORCHARDS Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
BUTFORD ORGANICS Bodenham, Herefordshire 6.0%
Medium Pink Grapefruit Sweet
WESTCROFT Brent Knoll, Somerset Janet’s Jungle Juice Medium
WESTONS Much Marcle, Herefordshire Damson 4.0% Medium Sweet Rhubarb 4.0% Medium Sweet WHIN HILL Wells-net-the-Sea, Norfolk 6.8% Medium Browns Apple 5.4% Medium Sweet, single variety of fruit used WILCES Ledbury, Herefordshire Medium WINKLEIGH Winkleigh, Devon Sam’s Sweet Autumn Scrumpy Medium Sweet Sam’s Blackcurrant Medium Sweet WISCOMBE Colyton, Devon Suicider Medium Dry WOODTHORPE HALL Woodthorpe, Derbyshire Ruby Suzie Medium
GWYNT Y DDRAIG Pontypridd, Glamorgan Two Trees Medium
HECKS Street, Somerset Blakeney Red 6.0% Medium Sweet, single variety of fruit used NEMPNETT Nempnett, Somerset Piglet’s Perry Medium
NEWTON COURT Leominster, Herefordshire 5.5%
OLIVERS Ocle Pychard, Herefordshire
ROSS CIDER & PERRY CO. Peterstow, Herefordshire
6.0% TY GWYN Pontrilas, Herefordshire 6.0% 10.2%
Medium WESTONS Much Marcle, Herefordshire 4.5% Medium Sweet
BARKERS Hallow, Worcestershire 6.0%
BROADOAK Clutton Hill, Somerset 7.5%
Impeared Vision Medium Sweet
BARBOURNE Worcester, Worcestershire Painted Lady 5.0% Medium Sweet, single variety of fruit used
DOUBLE VISION Maidstone, Kent
Panting Partridge Medium Sweet
WHIN HILL Wells-net-the-Sea, Norfolk 5.8% Medium
ALCOHOL-FREE APPLE JUICE WATERGUL ORCHARDS Wisbech, Cambridgeshire Ask at the bar
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The Ramblewood Inn ‘The pub in the woods’
The all day venue – Open for meals and snacks 12pm to 9pm daily A conservatory restaurant with food served all day, nooks and crannies in the old stables, outdoor seating and extensive parking, plus a selection of Real Ales.
Real food, Real ales, Real pub Orton Hall Hotel & Spa, The Village, Orton Longueville, Peterborough, PE2 7DN Tel: 01733 391111
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THE ENGLISH WINE BAR
The English Wine Bar
elcome to the 2018 Wine Bar. This year we are delighted to offer a selection of exclusively English wines from seven different vineyards. Including a new to Peterborough Beer Festival Vineyard Giffords Hall from Hartest in Suffolk. We welcome back some firm favourites such as our Lyme Bay Fruit wines and several new wines to try such as; Three Choirs Siegerrebe 2015 an aromatic white wine.Â Giffords Hall St Edmundsbury Red wine.Â Lyme Bay Sour Cherry Mead and Summer Fruits wine. We also have a new location for 2018 in the North Marquee next to our new neighbours
WHITE DEDHAM VALE Colchester Oyster Med Dry 2016 12% A medium dry white wine is produced using a short, cool fermentation period. Giving a gentle slightly dry flavour is achieved with grapefruit and melon aromas to suffuse the nose and palate. ELYSIAN FIELDS Bacchus Dry 2016 10.5% Pale lemon in colour with gentle floral notes and a dash of citrus. It is dry with well balanced acidity and layers of well rounded fruit. Bacchus has become the signature white of East Anglia. Bacchus Med Dry 2017 10.5% Pale lemon in colour with gentle floral notes and a dash of citrus. It is medium dry with well balanced acidity . LYME BAY WINERY Bacchus Sandbar White 2016 Single grape variety wine with notes of grapefruit, lemon and subtle oak with fantastic length.
Chardonnay 2016 11.5% Well-rounded dry wine,made with Chardonnay and a small quanity of Bacchus grape varieties. With subtle buttery flavours and aromas of peach turnover, honey and Pinapple. 70
The Gin Bar. It is where the cider bar used to be and conveniently next to the seating area to linger over a cool glass of wine or a gin and tonic. As with the beers we will not have all the wines in the programme available at all times but we aim to have a good selection. If you have any questions about the wines or are unsure what to choose just ask and we will do our best to help. Enjoy the Festival and hope to see you at the Wine Bar. Pamela Baines Wine Bar Manager Shoreline White 2017 11% Crisp and refreshing wine with subtle notes of citrus fruit and rose petal.Made from Seyval blanc,Bacchus and Pinot Noir grapes. STANLAKE PARK Hinton Grove 2014 White Dry 11.5% It is an off-dry, aromatic white wine, . It is made from Madeleine Angevine, Reichensteiner, Schonburger, Wurzer and Ehrenfelser grapes. The most aromatic grapes are picked and fermented separately Regatta Dry White 2016 11.5% One of the first wines made by Stanlake and has been a consistent blend of several of our grape varieties, such as Ortega and Schonburger, to make a dry, crisp, fresh wine, with a clean herbaceous finish. THREE CHOIRS English House White Med Dry 2015 11% Widely appealing white wine with ripe fruit flavours. Melon, mango and a hint of spice, with a crisp dry finish. A blend of Seyval Blanc, Reichensteiner and Muller Thurgau grapes. Cellar Door Siegerrehe 2015 11% A rich, aromatic wine with powerful spice on the nose, lychee and grapefruit on the palate,and a long soft spicy finish.
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THE ENGLISH WINE BAR English House White Dry 2015 11% A delicate aroma of fragrant fruit characters which delivers a crisp lemony wine with a fresh dry finish. May Hill White Medium 2015 10% Aromatic herb and floral nose with harmonious palate. Medium and well balanced, with rich honeyed fruit. WARDEN ABBEY The Non Conformist White 12% Bright fresh citrus aromas. Sweet fruit on the palate - grapefruit and tropical fruits - followed by fresh lime and lemon.”
ROSÉ DEDHAM VALE Rosé 2017 Med Dry 11.5% Light and refreshing, medium dry, with a soft fruit character on the palate. ELYSIAN FIELDS Rosé Dry 2015/2016 10.5% A beautiful rose pink off dry wine with loads of soft summer fruit notes on the bouquet. A crisp acidity with hints of strawberry and peach sit lightly on the palate. LYME BAY WINERY Pinot Noir Rosé Med Dry 2015 11.5% Soft delicious Rosé Wine is a 100% singlevariety,its complex aromas of cherries, rosehip, strawberries and cream, and tight acidity. STANLAKE PARK English Rosé 2014 11.5% Vivacious, lively and fun, this new English Rosé is made from Rondo together with aromatic grapes such as Schonburger. This wine is dry, fruity (hints of red cherry, raspberry) and refreshing. THREE CHOIRS Estate Rosé 2017 10.5% A delicious off-dry Rose full of the aroma of strawberries and summer fruits. A light delicate Rose, just off dry with a strong bouquet of strawberries and summer fruit.
RED GIFFORDS HALL VINEYARD Pinot Noir Red 2014 11% A Dry Red made from Pinot Noir grapes full off summer fruits.
St Edmundsbury Red 2015 11% An early drinking light Dry Red from Pinot Noir and Rondo grapes, a rare ‘teinturier’ grape with red juice and red skin The result is velvet soft and very fruity notes. DEDHAM VALE Reserve Red 2016 10.5% Ruby red medium-bodied English wine with red berry flavours of redcurrants, raspberries and liquorice.Leavened by gentle tannins from time spent ageing in French Limousin oak barrels. STANLAKE PARK The Reserve Red 2011 12% It has subtle oak maturing and yet retains its fresh, dry, fruity flavour. Made from Dornfelder, Triomphe and Rondo grapes. THREE CHOIRS Ravens Hill Red 2016 11.1% Deep, ruby coloured red wine full of ripe blackberry and cherry fruit on the nose with a subtle hint of lightly toasted oak from the American Barrel ageing.
SPARKLING DEDHAM VALE Brut Reserve Sparkling 11.00% Made with Orion and Chardonnay grapes, good depth on the palate with attractive fresh fruit flavours and yeasty overtones. GIFFORDS HALL VINEYARD Sparkling White 12% Pinot Noir based is gently refreshing and has a lovely mouth feel. Carefully blended from our barrel aged reserves is has a wonderfully soft fruit character redolent of red apples and subtle spices. LYME BAY WINERY Brut Reserve Sparkling 11.00% Seyval Blanc grapes, and only from the finest press cuts. After an extended cold settle, the base wine was fermented at cool temperatures to maintain a freshness. PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL 2018
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THE ENGLISH WINE BAR Sparkling Strawberry The wine has a soft creamy bubble complimenting the delicate flavour of summer strawberries.
Elderflower Dry 11% Old fashioned, floral flavours. A perfect picnic, aperitif or lunchtime wine. Ginger Sweet 14.5% Classic, smooth, heart-warming ginger wine.
STANLAKE PARK Heritage Brut Sparkling 12.5% Light bodied sparkling wine that is crisp, dry and refreshing.Made from Seyval Blanc, Muller Thurgau, Reichenstein and Pinot Meunier grapes. THREE CHOIRS Classic Cuvee Sparkling White 12% Cuvee is a traditionally-made sparkling wine of very high quality. Dry and subtle it is very similar to a good champagne. WARDEN ABBEY Warden Abbey Sparkling Brut 12.5% The nose is fragrant and fresh. The palate starts with a mix of citrus fruits. There is depth and breadth of flavour in the middle, a hint of sweet fruit, with the mix of grapefruit and lime.
Gooseberry Off/Dry 11% An appealing, light wine with generously ripe gooseberry character. Peach 11% Medium Sweet, deliciously scented smooth summery wine with soft ripe fruit flavours. Plum Medium 11% Absolutely delicious, rich ripe plum flavour. Raspberry Medium Ripe raspberry character and a real berry aroma.
Sloe Medium Full-flavoured, succulent and smooth.
Strawberry Medium 11% Lusciously fruity with a very intense bouquet. Great as a spritzer with bubbly or soda.
TRADITIONAL COUNTRY LYME BAY WINERY Sour Cherry Mead 11% Black cherry mead is a beautiful combination of the sweet and tart flavours of honey and wild cherries. Apricot Medium Sweet 11% Richly scented, golden sweet wine with the lingering flavour of soft ripe fruit. Blackberry Medium 11% Bursting with the full flavour and heady aroma of ripe hedgerow fruit. Blackcurrant Medium Sweet A sweet, scented wine with the full fruity flavour of dark berries.
Cherry Sweet 11% Real cherry aroma and full black fruit flavour. Cranberry Medium Tangy medium-sweet wine; great for summer spritzers.
Elderberry Dry 11% Old fashioned, floral flavours. A perfect picnic, aperitif or lunchtime wine. 72
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BARREL OF BEER SPONSORS All the companies below have kindly sponsored a barrel of beer. Please support our local sponsors’ companies.
Phone: 01733 566666/892222 Small Beer Ltd Phone: 01522 540431 TRADE SESSION Our main trade session Sponsor. They are able to supply your pub with a vast array of real ales.
Ossett Brewery Phone: 01924 261333
FESTIVAL SEATING Ossett Brewery was founded in 1998 and many of the original beers including Excelsior and Siver King are still produced today and have gone on to win many awards, including Excelsior being named ‘SIBA Supreme National Champion Beer of Britain’ in 2003.
Fengate, Peterborough PE1 5SW Phone: 01733 340270
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GIN BAR Since launching in 2005, FeverTree established itself as the mixer drink specialists, crafting a range of sixteen products with a similarly intrepid attitude: going to the ends of the earth, sourcing the highest quality naturally sourced ingredients for the best tasting mixers.
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CARRIER BAGS Plastic Bags for taking Home your Festival Glasses are sponsored by Pipers Crisps. Please visit them in the south Marquee for the full range of hand made Crisps.
SPONSORSHIP FOR 2019 If you would like to be involved with sponsorship for the 2018/9 festival please contact Kevin Fordham our sponsorship manager. Phone: 07933397767. Email: email@example.com
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Chuck it in the Bucket
his 30 years plus connection must be one of the RNLI’s most effective friendships with thousands of pounds raised annually for the Lifeboats. Last year you (Beer Festival visitors) donated £8,700.08 which is absolutely amazing and received with many, many, thanks to you all from the RNLI. The resounding cry of “chuck it in the bucket” and “thank you very much sir/ madam” has become a well-known refrain and is an integral part of front of house. This year I would like to bring you up to date with what is happening with the RNLI’s venture into looking after us on our beaches. As well as having over 350 lifeboats in the fleet stationed around the UK and Ireland, RNLI Lifeguards also patrol over 240 beaches across the UK and Channel Islands. Whilst a full 2017 RNLI Lifeguard Annual Report can be downloaded from the Net – a few facts here make interesting reading. Across our beaches in 2017 24,044 people were aided with 84 lives definitely saved. This is amazing when you think that only a few years ago beach safety was just an ambition.
Our lifeguards receive world-class training and face high standards of assessment to help ensure they are ready to fulfil their role safely. Each lifeguard also has to regularly show that they have the fitness needed to carry out rescues, and monthly tests check that they can complete fitness challenges. With the temperature of our sea far removed from “Bay Watch” wet suits are an essential item of kit. Whilst well trained, lifeguards also need essential kit to save lives and ensure that this can be done in the most effective way for the person in distress. Depending on the beach station, on your next trip to one of our seaside towns, you may well see Lifeguards using jet ski’s, a patrol vehicle, a quadbike, rescue boards, rescue tubes, first aid kits and a defibrillator. These are obviously not cheap and are provided from the generosity of your donations. As a guide, the Cromer Lifeguard station currently has a £32,000 appeal to fully equip and run the station. This is one of our newer lifeguard stations and fills in the gap between Sheringham and Mundesley. Finally, once again, a big thank you to the Peterborough Branch of CAMRA for allowing us to wave our buckets, raise much needed funds for the Lifeboats and meet old and new friends. Quentin Bambridge Honorary Treasurer Peterborough Branch RNLI
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