Dear Beer Lover,
Our first round of crowd funding has now closed.
This round raised £149,000 between 62 new investors.
Our next step is to secure our new premises before starting the second round of investment. We’ll keep you posted on developments!
Cliff Riser 4.5% Pale Ale. After Cliff Riser’s initial limited release finally our Spring Seasonal is available for all to enjoy. This pale ale is typical of the traditional Burton ales with the familiar Goldings hops added at the end of the boil. This beer was popular at The Big Bournemouth Beer Festival and Southbourne Shake ‘n’ Stir.
Grockles 4.5% Blonde Ale. Here we have a gulp of swallows, amongst the UK’s most well known tourists. Grockles Blonde Ale is also here just for the summer with its refreshing peach aromas. As the first of our beers to be available as bottle conditioned your new favourite can make it to the BBQ or even down the beach for the Air Show.
Headlander 4.2% Bitter. The significant exultation of skylarks breeding at Hegistbury head is celebrated with our special Headlander Beer. Skylarks with their exceptional song and distinctive flight have suffered greatly from modern farming practices. Headlander is brewed using spring sown barley which provides the birds easier landing in the thinner crops and a longer breeding season.
Beach Comber 5.7% Brown Ale. This style of ale became widely brewed in the 1920s and they were considerably stronger than most modern English versions. Our brown ale Beach Comber at 5.7% recreates this now rare specimen and is a real find with its full flavours.
Where we will be heading next on our adventure?
The red ales of Ireland which can be sampled in the taverns of the Temple Bar area of Dublin are quite different than our English ales and hopefully we shall be recreating the taste and experiencing some of the craic down the pub here in Dorset.
The hops have just been ordered including Galena, which impart some grape and peach flavours.