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3 Fontienien Oude Geuze
A true Geuze made with a blend of 1, 2, and 3 year-old Lambic, unfiltered and unpasteurized, and aged in the bottle for at least a year after blending. Refermentation in the bottle gives this Geuze its famous champagne-like spritziness. The lambic that goes into it is brewed only with 60% barley malt, 40% unmalted wheat, aged hops, and water, spontaneously fermented by wild yeasts, and matured in oak casks.
Anchor California Lager
Made in San Francisco with two-row California barley, Cluster hops (the premier hop in 19th-century California) and with Anchor Brewing's own lager yeast before being kräusened and lagered in Anchor's cellars. Golden with a distinctive aroma, creamy head, depth of flavour and smooth finish make a delicious celebration of California’s unique brewing heritage.
Anchor Liberty Ale
First introduced in 1975, Liberty Ale is brewed with a top-fermenting ale yeast, responsible for many of the subtle flavours and characteristics. Dry-hopping imparts a unique aroma to the ale.
A unique dark brew which uses specially roasted malts, a top-fermenting yeast and only fresh whole hops. All this combines to produce a rich and intense flavour with subtle notes of chocolate, toffee, and coffee.
Anchor Steam Beer
'The classic of American brewing tradition since 1896', Anchor Steam has a bronze colour with a thick creamy head. The palate is full and malty with a beautiful bitter hop aroma.
A mid straw colour with a floral and appley aroma, especially of Russetts. It is a medium dry cyder with a mouth filling mousse and a delicate flavour of fresh pressed apples which has a complexity that enhances its long finish.
Ayinger Altbairisch Dunkel
Produced using the traditional double fermentation process, a Dunkel which Michael jackson, the Beer Hunter, described as "impenetrably dark with a golden-brown gleam; with a warm aroma and malty taste, while summoning up coffee taste sensations on going down."
This beer’s origins in a monk’s recipe are reflected in its heartiness. Almost black with a very slight red tone, the first taste is of mild fullness with an accompanying coffee tone, which becomes more dominant with the aftertaste. Little of the typical doppelbock sweetness.
It has a golden-yellow colour with a slightly flowery yeast and honey aroma. Tastes a little spicy and is full-bodied in initial taste, soft with a refined sparkle and fades with a well-balanced hint of bitterness.
Traditional Bavarian beer which pours with a fine yeasty cloudiness and the pleasantly bitter taste. Bottled unfiltered, a very drinkable beer.
Ayinger Lager Hell
In the famous style in the Bavarian south, a yellow-golden beer with a light malt taste. Crisp, smooth and mellow with perfectly balanced taste and aroma.
Brewed by Van Honesbrouck from Ingelmunster in Belgium, these beers are based on 'Bacchus' their famed red style beer within the local region. Light and refreshing with a spritzy tartness. Raspberry fruit is added to give an intensely fruity beer. Bottles are paper wrapped and in half champagne bottles.
Brewed by Van Honesbrouck from Ingelmunster in Belgium, these beers are based on 'Bacchus' their famed red style beer within the local region. Light and refreshing with a spritzy tartness. Cherry fruit is added to give an intensely fruity beer. Bottles are paper wrapped and in half champagne bottles.
Hybrid mix between the French 'Bière de Garde' style and an IPA, Bellerose has distinctive aromas of citrus and lychee and a hoppy, but refreshing, aftertaste.
Berliner Kindl Weisse
A very pale top-fermenting wheat beer with a subtle fruity aroma; a thin, dry effervescent palate; and a whipcrack of acidity virtually unchallenged by hop bitterness.
Berliner Pilsner has been a stalwart of Berlin culture since its introduction to the German Democratic Republic in 1963. The beer’s label boasts the notorious Berlin Bear, a unique mascot and symbol of the capital that appears across Berlin in the form of ‘Berlin Buddy Bears’. Berliner Pilsner encompasses the fantastic attitude and philosophy of Germany’s complex capital – ‘Berlin, du bist so wunderbar!’
Black Sheep Ale
Part of the original Black Sheep Brewery line up, a powerfully flavoured pint that packs a punch with rich fruit aromas and a distinctively smooth, bittersweet taste.
Blanche de Bruxelles
Brewed by Lefebvre just south of Brussels the beer named after the city is a light, fruity witbier with typical cloudiness because the yeast remains in suspension. The neck label depicts the famous 'Mannekin Pis'.
Framboise is Brussel's summer drink! Further fermentation of lambic blends is created by addition of raspberries, this Framboise has a huge bouquet and makes a delicate aperitif. Although sweetened, the framboise has a dry finish.
Gueuze is a blend of young and old Lambic beer, producing another fermentation and more maturation (for up to another year). A fruitier taste and champagne sparkle emerges and a slightly sour flavour is a characteristic of this style of beer. Secondary fermentation occurs in the bottle (where it becomes a gueuze). Look for fruity grapefruit and ginger flavours with a hint of Muscat grapes.