IPA day 2019

Ready for #IPAday 2019

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International IPA Day is on Thursday, August 1st, but we’re getting started early for Newark CAMRA‘s IPA Trail, which runs from 26th July to August 4th. Just pick up a collector’s card in any participating pub, purchase any qualifying IPA to get a sticker. Complete the card and hand it in to be in with a chance of winning beery prizes! Just Beer is celebrating in style this year with some beers seen (We think) for the first time in …

CAsks in the cellar

Just Beer Beer Festival 2019 (JBBF19)

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It’s that time of year again and, as usual, we will be holding a fest to coincide with the Newark CAMRA Beer Festival. OPENING TIMES:Thurs 23rd – Sun 26th May.Open:Thu: 11am-11pmFri & Sat 10am-midnightSun: noon-10pm Up to 17 cask beers available at one time, eight from hand pump and nine direct from cellar. For those who like it crafty, we’ve had a tap wall installed since last festival so also have six keg beers to offer. Beers currently available will …

Just Beer Beer Festival 2018 list

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Wowsers! The buzz of the last BeerMuda Triangle beer fest has only just died down and it’s time for the Just Beer Beer Beer Festival 2018 (JBBF8), which compliments the Newark CAMRA beer festival, running on the Riverside Park throughout the weekend. The JBBF8 is open Thu 24th – Sun 27th May. Thu: 11am-11pm Fri & Sat 10am-midnight Sun: noon-10pm Up to 17 beers available at one time served both from hand pump and direct from cellar, ensuring the perfect …

6th BeerMuda Triangle Beer Festival list available for download.

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The complete list for the Just Beer leg of the 6th BeerMuda Triangle Beer Festival is available in downloadable format from here. Full list also below. Up to 17 beers available at one time served both from hand pump and direct from cellar, ensuring the perfect serving temperature. Beers currently available will be indicated on the whiteboard – If it’s not listed, it’s not available! ●Almasty (Shiremoor, Tyne & Wear: 2014) ► Sentennial Simcoe 4.0% PALE – Mega-citrus, mega hopped. …

6th Just Beer Beer Festival (JBBF6)

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Wow peeps! Another year just flew by and it’s once again time for the FESTIVAL! We’re really looking forward to seeing you all back in town for the Newark CAMRA beer festival, which we will be once again complementing with our own little celebration of beer, which we call the JBBF. Open: Thu: 11am-11pm Fri & Sat 10am-midnight Sun: noon-10pm Up to 17 beers available at one time served both from handpump and direct from cellar, ensuring the perfect serving …

5th BeerMuda Triangle Beer Festival list available for download.

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The complete list for the Just Beer leg of the 5th BeerMuda Triangle Beer Festival is available in downloadable format from here. Full list also below. Up to 17 beers available at one time served both from hand pump and direct from cellar, ensuring the perfect serving temperature. Beers currently available will be indicated on the whiteboard – If it’s not listed, it’s not available! Alechemy/Beavertown collab (Livingstone, West Lothian: 2012) ► Higildy Figildy 5.5% PALE – Honey and fig …

Beer of the Month: Anspach & Hobday – The Porter

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First of our new introductions at Just Beer – Featured Beer of the Month, or BOTM (unfortunate acronym, but hey-ho) is Anspach & Hobday‘s The Porter. Paul (Anspach) & Jack (Hobday), two London graduates, founded Anspach & Hobday in the pursuit of a better beer experience. Guided by the wave of contemporary craft beer and inspired by the illustrious brewing heritage of London, Anspach & Hobday’s vision is to brew and curate the best of beer and put London back at the centre …

Beers from the Fridge #11 – Verhaeghe Duchesse de Bourgogne

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Brouwerij Verhaeghe describe Duchesse de Bourgogne as a traditional top fermented reddish-brown ale from the West-Flanders region of Belgium. This refined ale also known as “The Burgundies of Belgium” is a blend of 8 and 18 months old ales following careful maturation in oak casks. 100% natural and unpasteurized. Aroma is both sour and sweet of tart berries, cinnamon, brown sugar and wood.Vinious and dry in the mouth with hints of acid and red berries. A truly classic Flemish Red …