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Friday, 1 March 2013

Roosters Brewing Co - Free-Range Yorkshire Beer Now In Bottles

Quite how we’ve managed to keep this a secret is beyond us, but we’re delighted to start this month by announcing that Rooster’s Brewing Co. have launched a range of three beers.

Since hatching in 1993, Rooster’s has developed a reputation for brewing a range of highly regarded cask beers. 

Tom Fozard, Rooster’s Commercial Manager, comments: “It’s a little bit overdue, but we’re really pleased to finally have our beers in bottles and believe that the three beers we’ve decided to enter the market with will appeal to beer drinkers across the scale, whilst also looking the business on the shop shelf and in the fridges of bars and restaurants.”

The beers being launched, all packaged as 8x50cl, are the brewery’s flagship beer Yankee (pale golden ale, 4.3%), Fort Smith (IPA, 5%) and Londinium (coffee porter, 5.5%), brewed in collaboration with Taylors of Harrogate, an independent coffee merchant local to Rooster’s, whose After Dark blend forms part of the recipe for the beer.

Head Brewer Oliver Fozard adds: “We’ve been working hard for the last six months to ensure that the beers are represented in the best possible way when poured from the bottle, as there are a lot of differences between that and beer dispensed from a hand pump. We’re really pleased with the final product.”

You can buy the beers here.

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