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Our shop, BeerRitz, in Headingley, Leeds, is open from midday to 9pm, 7 days a week. You can follow the Leeds shop on Twitter here, and you can find the shop's Facebook page here. Their phone number is 0113 275 3464, or you can email them here.

The blog below is a general summary of what is arriving on a weekly basis. The things we mention below will appear online fairly quickly, then get to the Leeds shop the following week, usually on the Thursday.

Thursday, 25 February 2016

News of The Brews - February 2016

Those tirelessly creative sorts at Buxton Brewery have been at it again, this time on a Belgian tip. In the grand monastic tradition of abbey brewing, they have produced a Patersbier (4%), Dubbel (7%) and Tripel (9%). As I’m sure you know, Patersbier is the beer that the monks would drink as their table beer, filling the role of the single in the single – double – triple trinity. But that’s not all! We also have Gooseberry Cove (4.7%, gooseberry sour) and Anglo-Belgique IPA (6.8%), which is a slightly tweaked version of Axe Edge, brewed using the same yeast as the Belgian series.

We’re glad that sales of Fallen Brewing have picked up drastically lately. We think they are a terrific brewery, but in an increasingly crowded market place, it took a while for everyone to catch on to their greatness. A recent delivery has brought a re-stock of their core range: Platform C 6.3% IPA, Just The Ticket 4% session IPA, Local Motive 3.9% session IPA, Grapevine 5.4% new world pale, Citra Odyssey 4.1% hoppy blonde ale, Chew Chew 6% salt caramel milk stout, Blackhouse 5% smoked porter.

You know what fans we are of Arbor Ales – and so are you – so we’ll keep this brief. One new beer, and a couple of returning favourites: Yakima Valley IPA (7%) is back in stock, along with Monsoon Saison (6.4%, brewed with cardamom and coriander), plus a new arrival in the form of Argy Bargy (10.4% black barleywine), a three-way collab with Hopcraft Brewing and Steel City Brewing.

Brewdog. What are they like, eh? As they slowly grow to become the size of the global mega-corps that they despise, there is one constant – the beer, which seldom, if ever, disappoints. Graduating from the recent prototype series, we have a new listing for Jet Black Heart (4.7% oatmeal milk stout). We’ve not yet mentioned it in a flyer, but many of you will be aware of Albino Squid Assassin (7.4% rye IPA in a can), and we have just received stocks of a couple of their super-premium beers, Dog D (16.1% barrel-aged imperial chocolate chili stout) and Sink The Bismarck! (41% freeze-distilled IPA)


I’d like to be writing that I’m looking at a pallet of Cloudwater Brew Co beers at the moment, but the path of true love seldom runs sweet. It’s come and gone all too rapidly, with the next instalment of DIPA (9%ish) arriving in mid April, We currently have Imperial Stout (75cl 11.2% - Cloudwater brewery have been “black and tanning” this with their DIPA, the dirty swines), Seville Orange Sour (3.5%), Lapsang Lichtenhainer (3.6% smoked tea sour), and Black IPA (6%).

A couple of new beers from Wild Beer Co is always a reason to, er, have a couple of beers. Witness (5% bretted pale ale) and III (presumably pronounced “three” rather than “ill”, a 10% barley wine with caramelised orange zest and pomegranate molasses).

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