We've got a lot of exciting new beers headed our way at the moment, but as usual, we'll try to confine ourselves to the exciting beer that we have actually seen in the warehouse already.
Our current, in-stock range of Thornbridge Brewery beers has now topped out at 23, which is a new record for any brewery we've ever stocked. Newbies to the range are Bamberg, a 6% smoked bock beer, and Jehanne, a 7.4% biere de garde. Also worth noting is the return of Charlie Brown, the 6.2% peanut butter brown ale, and yet more Jaipur X, their 10%, 10th anniversary imperial IPA. Oh, and Kill Your Darlings, their 5% Vienna lager. I could go on.... and on.....
Also in stock now, the current collab between Siren and Hill Farmstead, which is a delightfully spring-like 3.6% Earl Grey-infused golden ale. This is in addition to the current raft of specials mentioned in past mailers (Ardbeg barrel-aged Broken Dreams, Liquid Monstrous, Even More Jesus VIII)
BEAVERTOWN UPDATE **bangs massive gong** Neck Oil will be out of stock until the end of the month, and we have heard that there is another batch of Bloody 'Ell in the pipeline, probably about 6 weeks away. We have gone large on this. We've also added Holy Cowbell to our list - we were under the impression that this 5.6% "India Stout" (black IPA type thing) was just for Christmas, but apparently, it's not just for Christmas, it's for life.