5 for a TRYanuary!

Three to chose on CASK…

This brew is much more than meets the eye. Oats and a multitude of malts give the sweet stout its sumptuous base. Expect bitter, yet silky chocolateyness from the cocoa nibs and chocolate malts, giving way to the smoky sweetness from aging in former bourbon whiskey oak barrels. The Raven is a moreish combination and certainly not a case of “nevermore”.

A stone-cold classic cask beer comes to cans, Lightly dry-hopped with Mosaic, Citra and Amarillo. Aromas of grapefruit and citrus with a malty Maris Otter backbone. 

Already proving a firm favourites with the ER faithful, this Yorkshire bitter is fashioned with crystal and honey malt. UK Golding and Styrian Aurora hops bring mellow fruit and spice, and a perfectly balanced bitternes

And on KEG…

‘In Waves’ is a range of single hop IPAs, each showcasing the special qualities of a certain hop. The first release ‘In Waves // Kohatu’ features a big dry hop of this year’s New Zealand harvest of Kohatu, bringing juicy tropical notes and fresh pine.

A 6.8% export stout, made with Raisinée . Vegan-friendly. Raisinée, is a smooth, viscous dark brown liquid, made from apple juice which is boiled for 17 – 36 hours in big pots. Raisinée is ready when a drop is put on a plate and it doesn’t spread. This traditional process dates back to the 17th century, and is still used today in Switzerland.

Published by JohnG

Owner of the Engine Room, Brewery Tap & Bar

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