BeerMuda Triangle beer fest list.

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Here is the preliminary list for the Just Beer leg of the upcoming BeerMuda Triangle Beer Festival, running from 24th – 27th January.

Up to seventeen beers will be available at any time – eight on hand pull and nine served from cask at cellar temperature. Please see board on the bar for beers currently available – If it’s not listed, it’s not available yet!

All beers are dependent upon delivery and availability therefore the list may change before the event. Any changes will be posted on this blog.

AYR (Ayr, Ayrshire & Arran: 2009)
Jolly Beggars 4.2%
Light toasted malt. Bitter, light hops fruity. Bitter, peachy and light grapefruity.
BEXAR COUNTY (Peterborough, Cambs: 2012)
Black Gold 6.5%
Unfined!! So freakin’ new, we don’t have any notes!
San Jacinto 6.5%
So freakin’ new, we don’t have any notes!
CLARENCE & FREDERICK (Croydon, London: 2012)
Smoked Red 5.1%
Rather dry, grainy, faint smoke, straw and some bitterness, with a long dry finish.
CWRW CADER (Dolgellau, Gwynedd: 2012)
Cader Gold 3.8%
Light hoppy golden ale using Mount Hood hops for a subtle aroma of honey, lemon and tarragon.
Cwrw Coch 5.0%
New red beer. No notes yet.
DOUBLE TOP (Worksop, Notts: 2011)
Bad Boy 4.7%
*Festival special. Chestnut brown beer brewed with molasses.
GOODY ALES (Herne, Kent: 2012)
Good Heavens 4.1%
Amber coloured, hoppy pale ale made with Pilgrim hops.
Good Sheppard 4.5%
Deep amber ale with a vanilla twist on the palate and a soft feel on the tongue.
HART FAMILY BREWERS (Wellingborough, Northants: 2012)
No.3 4.7%
Full and forward on the palate with rounded, rich malty flavours supported by gentle spicy hoppiness.
No.8 5%
Full and warming roasted fruit and molasses flavours balanced by bitter coffee, chocolate and spice aromas over a long finish.
HARVIESTOUN (Alva, Clackmannanshire: 1985)
Old Engine Oil Export 10.5%
High octane version of the classic 4.5% porter, brewed for the American bottle market. One of only three casks.
HAY RAKE (Littleborough, Greater Manchester: 2012)
Dawn’s Hopping Mad 3.8%
Pale ale with just a hint of ginger.
HOGGLEY’S (Litchborough, Northants: 2003)
Pump Fiction 4.5%
A deep golden beer with good malty complexity, exquisitely balanced with a bright hoppy finish.
LANGTON (Thorpe Langton, Leic: 2000)
Inclined Plane 4.2%
A straw coloured bitter with a citrus nose and long hoppy finish.
Woodsman 4.1%
A light chestnut coloured bitter.  Dry to the taste, it has a slightly citrus/floral aroma and aftertaste.
LUCKIE (Markinch, Fife: 2008)
Best Bitter 4.9%
Soft peachy flavour with light lime notes. Very smooth and subtle. Quite sweet with a grassy, lightly bitter finish.
MAYPOLE (Eakring, Notts: 1995)
Oaky Smokey 4.8%
*Festival special. Brewed with malt smoked in Newark at GH Porter’s own smoke room. Deep amber with a subtle smokiness.
MALLINSONS (Huddersfield, W. Yorks: 2008)
Riwaka 3.7%
Medium bitter fruity taste and a bitter-ish lightly tart finish.
MEDIEVAL ALES (Colston Bassett: 2012)
Priest’s Hole 5.2%
Full-bodied chocolate mint stout. It’s After Eights in a glass!
OFFBEAT (Crewe, Cheshire: 2010)
Bohemian Antipodean Pale 4.3%
A delicious blend of Aussie & New Zealand hops.
PRIVATEER (Manchester: 2012)
Dark Revenge 4.5%
No notes.
RED SQUIRREL (Hemel Hempstead, Herts: 2004)
London Porter 5.0%
Dark brown, roasted barley, rich chocolate, with a lovely creaminess.
SHEFFIELD(Sheffield, S. Yorks: 2006)
New Zealand Pale Ale 4.7%
New beer. No notes.
SOUTHPORT (Southport, Merseyside: 2004)
Golden Sands 4.0%
Sweet, with notes of malt, straw and hops, leading to a dry and bitter finish.
TOM SMITH ALES (Kettering, Northants: 2012)
Festival Special 4.6%
No notes.
Goat Sanctuary 4.0%
Dry biscuit with crisp citrus. Light fruity bitterness with a peppery finish.

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