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Monday, 05 February 2018 16:21

British Best 5%

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British Best 5% British Best   5% Brewed as an English Best Bitter style, the combination of five malts gives Sprig & Fern's British Best the ideal balance of malt sweetness. The addition of Crystal and Caramalt provides well rounded toffee and biscuit characteristics. Great & Proud, Champion British Ale - Brewers Guild Beer Awards 2016
Monday, 05 February 2018 14:07

East Coast IPA 5.5%

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EAST COAST IPA – 5.5% abv Following on from our successful West Coast IPA last summer, we've brewed an East Coast IPA.   With a more complex malt flavour our East Coast IPA is still packed with aroma hops so the beer jumps out of the glass at you.
Wednesday, 31 January 2018 08:26

Hop Selection No.2 - White IPA 4.9%

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This is the second (2nd) beer in our Hop Selection series. This White IPA has been brewed with a new hop selection called Hort9909 that has been bred from a European hop in the Plant & Food hop breeding programme Like Hop Selection #1, we have intentionally brewed a light bodied beer using 50/50 wheat and barley so that the beer can showcase the hop character.  This beer displays citrus,…
Wednesday, 24 January 2018 17:11

Lift Yer Kilt – Cooler than a unicorn

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As noted in last week’s blog, Malthouse is celebrating the great Scottish bard by hosting the second annual Robbie Burns Day festival which is sensitively titled “Lift Yer Kilt” on Thursday 25 January 2018 (tomorrow). It will feature close to a dozen beers from the Tempest Brewery in Scotland, and a Scottish food option of Lorne Sausage sandwiches.
Thursday, 18 January 2018 09:34

Lift Yer Kilt – A Malthouse celebration of Scotland

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I am proud to be Scottish. I was born in Broxburn, the knife fight capital of Europe, but raised in nearby Bathgate, a lower middle-class suburb with a much lower murder rate.
Welcome to the first Malthouse Blog of 2018. I hope you have all been enjoying at least some sort of break and frolicking in the generally lovely summer weather (except when a one-day international cricket match is being played, obviously).