A Taste of Pale Ale
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Back our brewers!
This box contains a selection of world pale ales from the South West. If you’ve ever enjoyed a refreshing pint of local beer, now’s the time to show your support. After losing pubs, festivals and sports clubs, our brewers needs bottle sales to keep their unique yeast alive. If this dies, so does the character that makes their beer distinguishable. Our producer's stories are echoed by small brewers across the country.
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Your 'A Taste of Pale Ale' box will include...
- Hanlons, Yellow Hammer 4.2%
Built on the farm in Half Moon, Devon, Hanlons have been producing great craft beer since 1995. All of their amazing beers are lovingly brewed on site by the family team. Yellow Hammer is a golden, zesty beer laden with bittersweet flavours, from Admiral and late hopped with First Gold and Cascade. The perfect accompaniment to barbecue meat and salad.
- Exeter Brewery, Avocet 3.9%
Exeter Brewery have been brewing in Exeter since 2003. The micro-brewery uses organic hops to craft each of their amazing ales. The naming of their widely popular Avocet ales reflects their support for the interesting and important conservation area in which they are located. A well-known classic, with its pale blonde colour, distinct citrus flavour and lovely mild hop aroma this ale appeals to a wide range of palates and pairs perfectly with pasta dishes.
- Exmoor Ales, Gold Ale 4.5%
Exmoor Gold is the colour of Chardonnay, sparkling in the glass and appealing to both ale drinkers and lager lovers. Gold not only looks good, but it also tastes great. The blend of the hops - Challenger, Goldings and Fuggles – makes for a balanced palate with fresh and fruity flavours and a soft and comforting malty centre. Pairs perfectly with seafood and stir-frys.
- Branscombe Brewery, Summa That 5.0%
Branscombe Vale Brewery have been crafting their ales in Seaton, Devon for over 25 years. The micro-brewery only brew 7,200 pints in each batch, and continues to concentrate on converting West Country Barley and its own water into quality, easy drinking ales. This punchy pale ale is golden in colour, with a hoppy and lemony citrus nose. Pairs perfectly with grilled fresh fish.