BeerMuda Triangle Beer Festival starts tomorrow!

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Here’s the starting list for the Just Beer leg of the 3rd BeerMuda Triangle Beer Festival which starts tomorrow, running through until Sunday. Up to 17 beers available at one time served both from handpump and direct from cellar, ensuring the perfect serving temperature.

Full list is below, and a downloadable list will be available here.

Beers currently available will be indicated thea whiteboard – If it’s not listed, it’s not available! LocAle service will be resumed as soon as possible!

Beer Engine (Newton St Cyres, Devon: 1983)
Piston Bitter 4.3%
Amber – Juicy malt, fruity hop finish
Black Horse (Grainthorpe, Lincs: 2013)
Nicholas DeLuda 5.4%
No notes yet!
Brown Ales (Clay Cross, Derbys: 2013)
Inception 3.8%
Gold – Fruity, good malt body, bitter
Clarkshaws (London: 2013)
Gorgon Alive  4.0%
Pale – Crisp, hoppy, bitter
Double Top (Worksop, Notts: 2011)
Sorachi Ace IPA (Just Beer special)  5.7%
Pale – Crisp, citrus, very hoppy, intensely bitter
Firebrick (Blaydon-on-Tyne, Tyne & Wear: 2012)
Blaydon Brick 3.8%
Gold – Fruity malt base, bitter/sweet finish
Firestorm (WharfBank) (Pool In Wharfedale, W. Yorks: 2010)
Phoenix 5.5%
Pale – Biscuity malt, dry, hoppy, bitter
Heavy Industry (Denbigh) (Henllan, Clwyd: 2012)
Nos 4.5%
Black – Roast, bitter
Hodge Podge (Colston Bassett, Notts: 2013)
6% 6.0%
Pale – Lager malts, lemon hops, mellow finish
Hop Stuff (Woolwich, London: 2013)
Pale Ale  4.5%
Pale – Crisp, dry, hoppy, bitter
Instant Karma (Clay Cross, Derbys: 2013)
Bramlin Porter 5.0%
Black – Deep roast, burnt, bitter
Kennet & Avon (brewing out of Wessex) (Devizes, Wilts: 2013)
Dundas  4.2%
Amber – Juicy malts, fruity finish
Popes/Firefly collaboration (brewed at Pope’s) (Worcester: 2013)
Notorious H.O.P. 4.7%
Gold – Citrus, extremely hoppy, bitter
Teignworthy (Newton Abbot, Devon: 1994)
Maltsters 5.0%
Amber – Fruity, initial bitterness, sweet finish
Thirstin’ Brewhouse (Honley, W. Yorks: 2013)
Thirstin’ 4 It 4.0%
Gold – Fruity, bitter, hoppy finish
Topsham (Topsham, Devon: 2009)
Toffles Ale 4.3%
Copper – Sweet malt, lingering hop finish
Wessex (Longbridge Deverill, Wilts: 2001)
Russian Stoat 9.0%
Black – Powerful, complex, roast, dried fruits, anise 1/3rds or 1/2s only!
Winning Post (Worcester: 2013)
Moore Stout 4.0%
Black – Deep roast, smoky, lingering bitterness
Yoeovil (Lufton, Somerset: 2006)
Posh IPA 5.4%
Gold – Malty, juicy fruits, bitter

Opening times:
Thu: 11am – 11pm
Fri & Sat: 11am – midnight
Sun: noon – 10pm

We hope to see you all there for Newark’s beeriest weekend since the last one.

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