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A sumptuous and satisfying Pilsner that showcases Noble hop notes balanced by a crisp, uncompromising freshness that is sure to quench your thirst. Perfect for sunny days under some palm trees in the park!
An amber beer style that was developed over 200 years ago to celebrate the original Oktoberfest. The Märzen name comes from “March beer” because it was historically brewed in March to be at peak flavor for the Oktoberfest celebration. Today this style is available year-round in the US due to popular demand.
He that buys land buys many stones,
He that buys flesh buys many bones,
He that buys eggs buys many shells,
But he that buys good beer buys nothing else.
"Here's to you and here's to me,
Friends may we always be!
But, if by chance we disagree,
Up yours! Here's to me!"
A bird with one wing can't fly. (This is to encourage someone to take a second drink)
Testing the new arrays
Ten years ago, Daniele, Pietro and Emanuele decided to give home-brewing a go for a bit of fun and a challenge. They started modestly with brewing beer in a garage, using a friend’s pot, and after success, progressed to buying their first nano brewing machine. During the next five years, they researched and worked hard to develop their first beer. After an overwhelming response, they decided to take their passion to the next level. They started to sell around Emillia Romagna and in Milan. ORA Brewing was born.
Beer Ritz, the longest-established online bottled beer shop in the UK
You should buy beer online with us. We've been doing it for more than 20 years, so we've really got it nailed.
Real ale, craft beer, bottled beer, imported lagers, stouts, fruit beers, from Britain, to Belgium, round Europe, and back again. If you are either a dedicated beer connoisseur in search of something special, or if you are just starting to explore the world of quality beers, then welcome to heaven!
We carry a huge range of beers from all over the world, from the best of traditional and contemporary British brewing – Verdant, Arbor Ales, Wild Beer Co, Cloudwater, The Kernel, Tiny Rebel, Northern Monk, Magic Rock, Mallinsons, Sam Smiths, Buxton, and many more besides, to Belgian classics like Orval, Westmalle, Chimay and Duvel. Alongside that, we carry a solid range of German classics – Schneider & Sohn, Erdinger, Augustiner and Jever. From the USA, we have some of the staples of the craft beer revolution.
Church End Brewery, creators of fine real ales since 1994. Also proud owners of The Brewery Tap, Ridge Lane, The George and Dragon, Stoke Golding and the Dragon, Worcester
Inner Groove Brewing is located in Verona, PA. The brewery and taproom is a place for community, craft beer enthusiasts, friends, and families to gather for a hand-crafted beer and some amazing tunes on vinyl. Stepping into our 4,000 square foot brewery, you will find it bigger than it appears, offering a variety of cozy and comfortable spaces for you to enjoy your visit.
We think life’s too short not to enjoy what you do, so we decided to brew. First and foremost we brew beer for you to enjoy. But we also think the art and science of brewing is fascinating so we’re going to share that with you.
We’re interested in creating good chemistry in its broadest sense – not just in the quality of the beer we brew, but using that to allow us to celebrate community and relationships across science, the arts, music, food, and social experiences, as well as beer & brewing. We might be biased, but we think Bristol is one of the best cities in the UK, and we’ll shout about that as much as we can.
The brewery was started by Bob and Kelly in 2015, finding a home for the 10 barrel kit in St Philips in East Bristol. In February 2017 we were joined by right-hand man Sam, who looks after all our great customers and goes chasing new business. On opening our brewery tap in April 2018 we brought Dan in to run the bar; he stayed on when we closed for winter as our drayman and now sorts out our social media as well. In April 2019 Fergus joined Bob on the brew floor, to bring a whole new level of experience to our brewing processes, and in October we welcomed Liam to the team – he’ll be delivering alongside Dan and packaging our beer alongside Fergus. We pay a living wage. All our beers are unfined and unfiltered, so naturally hazy and suitable for vegans.
The origins of the namesake and making of this beer starts with Ted (Head Beaver). He has been a long time supporter of Deep River and has always rolled out the red carpet for events at his place and is a genuinely swell dude (Beaver). We have been talking about doing a collaboration together since we opened. The stipulations of the beer were that it needed to be above 10% ABV, have coffee, and be aged in barrels. The first time we brewed this beer the Head Beaver was quite late. We poked and proded as to his excuse but could only surmise that he was busy building dams and forgot his phone back at the beaver lodge.
Udders Orchard Cider Company was set up in 2008, collecting unwanted apples from the gardens and hedgerows of Huddersfield and beyond. Our cider and perry is made using 100% fresh-pressed juice, with little else added. It is fermented naturally over winter, and matured during the spring. Leaving a delicious northern style cider.
Beer gurus Augie Carton (Carton Brewing) and John Holl (author and beer writer) get to the bottom of the day’s most pressing craft beer issues with help from opinionated brewer friends, know-it-all barkeeps, and smarmy industry insiders. For each episode, Augie and John will blind-taste and dissect two beers on air (provided by that episode’s guest) while discussing current beer topics, news, and styles.
A group of like minded beer bloggers have come together to bring British Columbia (and anyone else that wants to listen or watch) a podcast. We cover the issues, events and beers that excite us and we hope to inform you and keep you entertained!