News from the Ale Mail

We have takeaway only 500ml bottles of Gyle 59 beers. All £3.00 each. Ask at the bar for details. As before, when they are gone, they are gone!
Piper’s Crisps. Without coming across as some shopping email… we have obtained a large quantity of 150g (equivalent of 5 of our 30p bags in weight) bags of Piper’s crisps. These normally sell for about £3 a bag, but we have them for just £1.20! This is better value than you can get on other brands of top end crisps in supermarkets! So you can either rip a bag open to share, or take some home. Flavours are as in the picture. Sea Salt, Cheddar & Onion, Chorizo, Cider Vinegar & Sea Salt, Sweet Chilli, Black Pepper & Sea Salt and Spicy Tomato. These are the crisps you find at the GBBF and other CAMRA festivals.

 

CAMRA Greater London Regional Club of the Year Presentation

24 October 2015

Bar opens 6pm, event starts 7.30pm
What it says on the tin! We are delighted to win this for a second time. We’ll have great beer (6 real ales), food, probably a bit of music, a presentation and some fun. Free entry. 

Now includes Brew Buddies Meet the Brewer and Beer of the Festival presentation.

Eventbrite - CAMRA Greater London Regional Club of the Year presentation

Meet the Brewer – Musket Brewery

11 November 2015

Musket Brewery is a microbrewery based at Loddington Farm, Linton in the heart of the Kent countryside brewing very traditional Kentish style beers.

Eventbrite - Meet the Brewer - Musket Brewery

Bromley CAMRA Fifth Annual General Meeting

Tuesday, 17 November 2015

7pm for 7.30pm start
Open to CAMRA members.
Free pint of any real ale(s) or cider/perry available as one pint, two halves or three thirds.
Please note that there will now not be a free buffet, though we will put out a few bits and pieces to nibble.
Please bring your CAMRA membership card.

 

 

Three Pig and Porter Beers now on the Bar:

Crab and Winkle. This one needs no introduction. Low ABV golden ale mashed at a higher temperature for a fuller mouthfeel and made with Bramling Cross, Boadicea and Styrian Golding hops. Tunbridge Wells. Locale. 3% £2.70

Fatal Flaw. American Amber. Penhurst Pale has had the recipe tweaked and the name changed. Belgian Aromatic Malt providing a solid base to showcase the hops. Tunbridge Wells. Locale. 4.5% £2.70

Strangely Brown. Kent Green Hop. Porter hopped with EKG. Fresh hops against a backdrop of roasted and flaked barley to give a traditional porter flavour. Tunbridge Wells. Locale. 4.4% £2.70

 

 

Coming at the weekend:

More Pig and Porter Crab and Winkle, plus:

Pig and Porter Purest Green. Kent Green Hop. Pale, dry, malty bitter with a hoppy finish. Brewed with fresh East Kent Goldings direct from Gushmere Court Farm in Selling. Tunbridge Wells. Locale. 5.2% £3.00

Hammerpot Bottleneck Porter.  A traditional pitch black porter with coffee, chocolate and rich roast malt flavours. Champion Beer of Britain (Porters) at the 2012 CAMRA National Winter Ales Festival. Sussex. 4.7%

 

 

Cider and Perry on the bar (all £3.00 a pint)

 

Parson’s Choice Medium Cider. Fruity aroma. Golden coloured and a little hazy in appearance. Fruity and slightly dry lasting finish. Somerset. 6.5%

King Brain Medium Sweet Cider. A still, medium-sweet cider made from a blend of apple varieties. Somerset. 6.0%

Meare Cider. A dry, still cider made with a blend of apple varieties. Somerset. 6.0%

Farmer Jim’s Medium Cider. A well balanced all-rounder, retaining plenty of apple flavour tempered by the natural tannins that occur in traditional cider fruit. Devon. 5.0%

Farmer Jim’s Farmyard Fruits. A pale, refreshingly fruity blended cider. Devon. 4.0%

Tutts Clump Farmhouse Perry. This award-winning medium/dry Real Perry is handmade from a variety of pears mainly from within West Berkshire. Berkshire. 6.0%

 

 

 

 

 


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