Menu for the 7th Just Beer Beer Festival (JBBF7)

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Yikesters! It seems like we’ve only just packed away all the gear from the last BeerMuda Triangle beer fest when it’s time set up all the kit again for another! We’re really looking forward the Newark CAMRA beer festival, which we will be once again complementing with our own little celebration of beer, which we call the JBBF.

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 temperature. Beers currently available will be indicated on a whiteboard – If it’s not listed, it’s not available!

Any updates will be posted here in good time.


Bad Seed (Malton, N. Yorks) 2013: Huell Melon Pale 4.5% PALE
Single hopped with Huell Melon.

BlackJack (Manchester) 2012: Double Bluff 4.8% AMBER
Grapefruit nose, slight toffee, sweetish fruity finish.

Brinkburn Street (Newcastle upon Tyne) 2015: Pursuit of Hoppiness 5.2% GOLD
Lemon and grapefruit tones leading to a dry finish.

Cat Asylum (Collingham, Notts) 2017: Nutty Brown 6.1% BROWN
Full bodied brown ale to an 18th Century recipe. First ever cask from the brewery!

Firebrand (Launceston, Cornwall) 2014: Double IPA 7.5% GOLD
Piney, citrusy, and sharply bitter. Cuckoo brewing at Penpont.

Fuddy Duck (Kirton, Lincs) 2016: Atomic IPA 4.5% PALE
Fruit on the nose, light refreshing session IPA.

Hammerton (Islington, London) 2004: N7 Grapefruit 5.2% PALE
Special grapefruit edition of the classic N7 American IPA.

Gloucester (Gloucester) 2011: Cascade 4.2% RED
Hoppy American brown ale.

Hairy Brewers (Holbrook, Derbys) 2016: Belper Beast 4.8% BLACK
A rich porter, infused with cherries.

Hamelsworde (Hemsworth, W. Yorks) 2013: Chimera Blonde 4.0% GOLD
A session beer which punches above its weight.

Loch Lomond (Alexandria, Dunbartonshire) 2011: Space Hopper 4.0% PALE
Apricot, Rich Tea biscuit and a hoppy finish.

North Riding/Totally Brewed (East Ayton, N. R. of Yorks) 2015: A Slap Up North 6.2% GOLD
Masses of juicy hops… another NRB collab winner!

Ship n Mitre (Liverpool ) 2017: Sublime 4.0% PALE
Quaffable pale ale. Cuckoo brewing at Stamps.

Southwark (Southwark, London) 2014: Bermondsey Best 4.4% BROWN
Moderately sweet caramel, some fruit leading to a bitter finish.

Staggeringly Good (Southsea, Hants) 2014: Post Impact Porter 5.4% BLACK
Roasted malts balanced with dark chocolate.

Tarn 51 (Altofts, W. Yorks) 2016: On Par 4.0% PALE
Refreshing session pale.

Three Brothers (Stockton-On-Tees) 2016: Under the Thumb 4.2% PALE
Subtle undertones of elderflower and lime.

Tickety Brew (Stalybridge, Chesh) 2013: Münchner 4.3% BROWN
Sweet citrus, apricot and warm spice flavours.

Turning Point (Kirkbymoorside, N.R .of Yorks) 2017: Electric Eye 4.0% RED
Slight spice and huge orange aroma from Amarillo hops.

Urban Chicken (Ilkeston, Derbys) 2016: Take Me to the Circus 5.1% BROWN
American brown ale, one of just two casks brewed!

We have once collaborated with the Newark beer fest’s beer supremo, Andy Sales, and far as we are aware there are no beers duplicated with the Newark CAMRA Beer Festival.

This year’s highlights: We are proud to present the first ever beer to leave the brand-new brewery, Cat Asylum, which is located in near-by Collingham. We also have the much looked-forward to collab between Stu at North Riding of Scarborough and Rob at Totally Brewed from Nottingham – can’t wait to try that one!

We also have beer from the new brewery Turning Point, which only launched last month, and we managed to secure a cask from Ilkeston’s nano-brewery, Urban Chicken. Add to that a special Grapefruit edition of Hammerton‘s classic N7 IPA and we think there will be something to suit everyone’s beery taste buds.

A printable pdf of the menu can be downloaded here.

Here’s looking forward to a beery fun-filled festival weekend! Please post your beery photo’s and comments and share with the tag #JBBF7


The Four Tapsters.

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