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Monday, 18 November 2013

The Snug Beer Festival-Beer and Cider List

Elland, West Yorkshire
 
1872 Porter 6.5% Champion Beer GBBF 2013. Creamy, full flavoured porter with rich liquorice and chocolate flavours and a soft malted aftertaste.



Kelham Island, South Yorkshire
 
Riders On The Storm 4.5% A robust golden ale with berry and slight roasted notes.



Beartown, Cheshire
 
Bear Ass 4.0% Dark ruby red malty bitter with good hop nose and fruity flavour and a dry, bitter aftertaste.



Navigation, Nottingham
 
Apus 5.5% Refreshing American style IPA brewed with lager malts and American hops. Very drinkable with a lasting aftertaste.



Abbeydale, South Yorkshire
 
Horrable Skellington 4.9% A rich, dark, full bodied oatmeal stout.



Mordue, Tyne & Wear
 
Northumbrian Blonde 4.0% A blonde beer with a citrus aroma and hoppy finish.



Ilkley, West Yorkshire
 
Stout Mary 4.5% Full bodied oatmeal stout, rich and creamy with a strong bitter finish of blackcurrant and coffee.



Hadrian & Border, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
 
Farne Island Pale Ale 4.0% A copper coloured bitter with a refreshing malt and hop balance.


Ossett, West Yorkshire
 
Jester 4.0% Fruity golden ale with a bitter, full bodied taste and aromas of tropical fruit.


Phoenix, Lancashire
 
Hopsack 3.8% A light drinking, hoppy session bitter.



Little Valley, West Yorkshire
 
Python 6.0% Amber coloured beer with a bitter fruit palate balanced by a malty sweetness and a long, bitter finish.



Saltaire, West Yorkshire
 
Cascadian Black 4.8% A black IPA with the roast malt flavours of a stout, yet citrus flavours from the Cascade hops.

Black Iris, Derby
 
American Red 5.0% A strong American hopped red ale.



Stringers, Ulverston
 
Yellow Lorry 4.0% Golden coloured with a cunning blend of hops giving citrus aromas and firm, clean, bitterness.



Kirkby Lonsdale, Lancashire
 
Imperial Dragon 8.2% An imperial IPA, dry hopped with a combination of pale malts and fresh hops from this year’s harvest.
 

Hawkshead, Cumbria
 
Five Hop 6.0% A well hopped golden ale, with citrus, floral, spicy hop flavours.



Bowness Bay, Cumbria
 
Swan Blonde 4.0% Pale, crisp, dry, hoppy with Windermere water freshness.



Old School Brewery, Lancashire
 
Hopscotch 3.7% A sunshine coloured pale ale with a crisp taste balanced with a delicate, lasting hoppiness.


Ulverston, Cumbria
 
Lonesome Pine 4.2% A pale honey beer with sweet malts, followed by tangy citrus fruits.



Marble, Manchester
 
Pint 3.9% Dry session bitter with a light malt base and display of New Zealand hops.

Lagonda 5.0% An India Pale Ale with a golden malt base complimenting a quadruple addition of hops.


Manchester Bitter 4.2% A classic Mancunian bitter with a citrus aroma, full palate and dry, bitter finish.

Best 4.3% A golden bitter with subtle tartness that gives way to a bitter, dry finish.

Dobber 5.9% Dark golden IPA with a hoppy character and smooth biscuit base offset by fruit aromas.

‘Stouter’ Port Stout 5.1% An extra winter stout with a rich palate, roasted notes, fruity hops and a long, dry, bitter finish.

Ginger 5.1% Full bodied copper coloured beer with a delicate blend of cloves, coriander and fiery ginger.

Other beers will be announced at the festival

CIDER
Broadoaks
 B
roadoak Original 6.0% A still, dry, coloured cider from a blend of apple varieties.

Pheasant Plucker 4.5% Easy drinking traditional cloudy cider packed full of flavour.

Broadoak Kingston Black 7.5% Medium sweet, smooth, copper coloured cider with a woody finish.



Hecks
 
Port Wine Of Glastonbury 6.0% Origins in orchards below Glastonbury. Easy on the palate, this is a true session cider with light effervescence and lemony tones.
 

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