Stockton 2018 Beer List

Provisional - still subject to additions and changes.


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No.
Beer Brewery ABV Type Description
1 80/-Gainford Brewing Cooperative, Co. Durham4.0%Best BitterLow hop bitterness, caramel and malt with nice white head. A big boys highland toffee.
2 AMERICAN CRAFT ALEPartners, Dewsbury4.5%BitterAn American style pale ale , refreshing with a citrus burst.
3 BARNSLEY BITTERAcorn, Barnsley, South Yorkshire3.8%BitterA rich full flavoured classic English ale, brewed with English hops and Marris Otter barley.
4 BIG BRO APA4Ts, Runcorn, Cheshire5.0%Best BitterAmerican Pale Ale. This one is APAs Big Bro, made of the same DNA as APA but with him being the big bro we doubled the hops and then finished with 2.5kg of dry hop. Intense clean bitterness with massive amounts of citrus and grapefruit aromas. When you meet him be careful! He may come across incredibly BITTER but when you get to know him he is very HOPPY to meet you.
5 BREWERS GOLDCrouch Vale, Essex4.0%GoldenSupreme Champion Beer of Britain at the Great British Beer Festival 2005 and 2006, this multi-award-winning beer is pale, refreshing and extravagantly hoppy with gorgeous aromas of tropical fruits. Brewed with 100% extra-pale English barley malt and flavoured with heaps of choicest Brewers Gold hops, sourced with care from small-scale growers in the Hallertau. Allergen information – contains barley.
6 CANDIDATERevolutions, Castleford, West Yorkshire3.9%BitterA delightful moreish refreshing pale ale. Easy to drink and a clean hoppy aftertaste.
7 COLCHESTER NO.1Colchester, Colchester, Essex4.1%Best BitterA classic English best bitter, copper in colour. Whole leaf Boadicea hops for flavour and the definitive aroma of East Kent Goldings. Still the same recipe as our first ever brew.
8 EVEN DROPSaints Row, Stockton-on-Tees5.0%Oatmeal StoutBrewed with Nugget and Brewers Gold hops. Silky texture with coffee and chocolate on the palate. Moderate bitterness with aromas of oak and bourbon.
9 FULL MALTYTwo Roses, Darton, S. Yorks5.1%Brown AleOriginally brewed at Wentworth Brewery(now closed). This is an award winning brown beer.
10 ORIGINAL Slaters, Stafford, Staffordshire4.0%BitterLight golden bitter.
11 HAPPY PEOPLEShiny, Little Eaton, Derbyshire4.2%BitterUsing a combination of the 5 the best hops on the planet to create a beer full of incredible flavour!
12 INDIA PALE ALENethergate, Pentlow, Essex3.5%IPAA superb apple-crisp session beer. Hoppy throughout, with a lingering bitter end. First brewed in 1989 by our founding Head Brewer, microbiologist and all round fount of beer knowledge, Ian Hornsey and lovingly crafted today by our Old Growler, Paul Gower and his young team of brewing mercenaries.
13 JIVE BUNNYOssett, Ossett, W. Yorks.4.3%BitterA ruby red, malty bitter, dry-hopped with Chinook & Centennial for a spicy & citrusy raw hop aroma.
14 LEGACYLacons, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk4.4%BlondeLemon and grapefruit on the nose. Light blonde ale, deep with flavour. Lemon and lime bates the palate to a lengthy mellowed finish.
15 LITTLE SHARPIEHumpty Dumpty, Reedham Norwich Norfolk3.8%GoldenA delicate hop aroma leads to a light clean tasting finish.
16 MEDUSAMilton, Waterbeach, Cambridge4.6%MildStrong mild. Cocoa, vanilla and fruitcake aromas are backed by a satisfying yet subtle bitterness. Very drinkable.
17 MOROCCAN SUNSETImperial, Mexborough, S. Yorks4.4%BitterA copper coloured ale with added orange and cardamon, to give a refreshing fruit finish.
18 PEGASUSMilton, Waterbeach, Cambridge4.1%BitterComplex copper-coloured beer. The initial hoppiness is balanced with a long fruity, malty finish. Very moreish.
19 PRIORYNethergate, Pentlow, Essex3.5%MildA typical old fashioned dark mild, but with a surprisingly fresh bitterness, which is held right to the end.
20 RAT BAGRat, Huddersfield, W. Yorks.3.8%BitterA striking and intensely resinous and very hoppy pale ale.
21 RED HERRINGGreen Jack, Lowestoft, Suffolk5.0%Ruby Smoked AleRed Herring is a rich, fruity red ale, brewed with Oak and Beech smoked malts, giving the beer its subtle smokey flavour and dry smokey finish. Red Herring is brewed with inspiration from German 'rauch' beers.
22 RIPPERGreen Jack, Lowestoft, Suffolk8.5%Barley WineRipper is the Green Jack Brewing Company's champion Barley Wine. Inspired by Belgian tripel ales, this multi-award winning brew is dangerously drinkable. Rich amber in colour; Ripper is sweet and fruity with a robust hop character and a warming finish.
23 SLATEGrain, Alburgh, Harleston, Norfolk6.0%PorterSmooth,rich,creamy and complex black porter.
24 WAVERIDERYorkshire Brewing, Hull5.4%BitterHoppy West Coast style IPA.
25 SWOONRevolutions, Castleford, West Yorkshire4.5%StoutChocolate fudge Milk stout described as a dessert in a glass!
26 THIEVING ROGUEMagpie, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire4.5%BitterSuper pale ale with floral hop character of British hops and 100% Marris Otter malt.
27 THREEONESIXGrain, Alburgh, Harleston, Norfolk3.8%BitterExtra pale dry ale with grapefruit and hop aromas. Simco,citra,amarillo and cascade hops.
28 TROUBLE IN PARADISEShiny, Little Eaton, Derbyshire5.5%Coconut PorterCoconut Porter (Liquid Bounty).
29 VESPERCross Bay, Morecambe, Lancashire 3.8%BitterEldorado, Delta and Centennial hops go to make this refreshing and easy drinking beer.
30 ZENITHCross Bay, Morecambe, Lancashire 5.0%BitterA refreshing burst of citrus and hops gives this beer a refreshing flavour.

Cider and Perry



No.
Name Producer ABV Type Description
31 MONTYS DOUBLEBURNARDS (Norwich)6.0%CiderMedium Dry pink cider
32 GENERAL LUDDSKIDBROOKES (Lincolnshire)6.0%CiderMedium sweet cider
33 THIRSTY FARMER DRY CIDERTHIRSTY FARMER (Notts.)5.5%CiderMedium Dry cider
34 Harvest PressHOGANS5.3%CiderMedium Dry still and cloudy cider
35 Black Rat PerryMOLES6.0%PerryMedium sweet with a dry finish
36 OAKY DOKEYBURNARDS (Norwich)5.5%CiderMedium Dry cider



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