Hello September, how are we today? The British Summer is sadly nearly over! This also means, that the seasonal change for beer is happening, we are having to say a farewell to the glorious fruity/sweet light beers, and now say hello to the warming and delicious dark beers, my personal favourite are the stouts. I …
In my last ‘Public Bar Post’ I tied Ind Coope’s Draught Burton Ale in with The Roebuck Inn , I believe it’s only right that today I link Draught Burton Ale to this post. Let’s Commence!
The time has come round to bring you another fantastic Public Bar Review and what a place this is.
Over the past couple of weeks I’ve posted a fair few Microbreweries on this blog for e.g. Heritage Brewing Company, Burton Town Brewery, Gates Burton Brewery and many more.
Within the town centre of Burton Upon Trent lies a traditional and rustic designed Micropub.
It’s that time now for another Brewery Post and this one is a local Microbrewery/Pub based in Burton Upon Trent.
Firstly, this will be a very concise post just basically down to the fact that the beer I am talking about today has only been in production recently.
In the small town of Burton Upon Trent lies a tidy and unique Micropub which has all the capabilities to sell some fantastic real ales.
Hello, I am back and today we’re going to be talking about another achieving microbrewery in Burton Upon Trent.
We’ve had a pint of Draught Bass, Pedigree and Worthington Whiteshield on this page so far. I wonder what’s next?