3 new craft beers to keep an eye out for

11/04/2016

If you get as excited about beer as we do, you’ll probably want to get your hands on these fresh brews. These are the new beers we’ve recently been working with and we are loving them this Spring!!

Frequent Flyer

Wingtip’s Frequent Flyer is well rounded, lightly hopped and hugely refreshing! The perfect pint, whether you’re escaping the busy city or just meeting friends at the pub. Frequent Flyer gives you that Friday feeling whatever day of the week it is! It has a crisp, natural and lightly hopped flavour with a malty backbone; the ultimate thirst quencher and very very more-ish which, at an easy 4% ABV, is nothing to worry about.

Absolutely beautiful with chicken and chips or a burger. Happy days.

A few great places you can drink Frequent Flyer...  Cafe in the Crypt (Central London), The Express Tavern (Kew Bridge) or The Hop & Vine (Brighton)

Tontine Milk Stout

Cameron’s Tontine Milk Stout is what you could describe as ‘dreamy’.. if your mates weren’t listening. Smooth and slightly sweet yet light and nicely carbonated, Tontine is as unconventional as it is dark. This stout goes well with both smokey BBQ meat dishes and rich chocolate puddings, but by no means needs food to make it enjoyable! It would be wrong to miss out on this stout in the warmer months: this incredible stout pours perfectly at any time of the year and deserves to be drunk often, whatever the weather.

Weekend vibe, order some ribs, open some Tontine.

A few great places you can drink Tontine... The Rylston (Fulham) and The Hinds Head (Bray) and any Head of Steam pub (Newcastle, Sheffield, Leeds, Huddersfield, Durham, Gateshead, Sunderland, Norton and Tynemouth) 

Image from Head of Steam, Sheffield 

Cherry Blossom Lager 

If overly sweet fruit beers and ciders are your thing, then you should steer clear of Cherry Blossom Lager. This fabulous beer is a million miles away from the fizzy saccharine beverages you might be thinking of. Dominion’s Cherry Blossom Lager is delightfully effervescent and has more in common with a cherry champagne. If lager and champagne got fruity under a cherry blossom tree and had babies, this would be their offspring. The lager is conditioned for at least 48 hours on Michigan cherries giving it a subtle and natural cherry flavour. Hitting the bars from early May this year, Cherry Blossom Lager will be around all Summer and wants to be enjoyed in pub gardens and beachfront bars all over the UK, preferably with a BBQ within sniffing distance and some good tunes on the decks.

Keep your eyes peeled for Cherry Blossom Lager and watch this video to get your taste buds tingling!

 

 

 

Enjoy these great beers. Guaranteed to put a spring in your step!

 

 


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