It’s miserable out there but it’s great in here! We’ve got a new delivery of five more great beers.
Making its return after a keg went in record time is La Chouffe, but it’s joined by four new additions.
For those looking for something hoppy try Vedett Extra Ordinary IPA, (5.5% IBU 40) a blonde with a fruity and hoppy aroma and taste, with a dry finish.
Like your fruit lambics? Say hello to Timmermans Peche (4%) made by adding natural peach favouring to lambic fermenting in oak barrels, with just a hint of bitterness from the peach kernel and skin.
Then there’s the Duvel single (6.8%) the draught variant of the 8.5% ale.
The single refers to the fact it only undergoes one fermentation process, giving it a gentle happiness, a mild aroma and a subtle fruity bite.
And the keg Ciaran’s sitting on is the famous Kwak (8.4%). It’s recognisable by it’s deep bright amber colour and dense, creamy coloured head.
A slightly spicy character with hints of liquorice passing into a warm finish that reminds you of caramelized banana.