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With a big aroma and a brilliant deep golden colour, our spring favourite Hopton Pale is a modern style session pale ale, full of fruity British and North American hops with a lingering bitter and spicy finish.
Following on from the popularity of our previous Big Dank, Dank Money ups the dank game with a big hop bill starring Columbus, Simcoe, Citra, and Chinook. Thick and resinous with plenty of bitterness but fermented with London Ale III to balance it all out with a smooth and fruity finish.
We had a Friday brew spare when planning up to March earlier in the year, and the brewers requested to brew what they called a Lemon Power Gose. What is a Power Gose? Think the sourness of Passion loaded with even more salt. A completely unique beer; mad as a box of frogs, mega refreshing, and possibly the best Gose we've produced yet.
A recipe from the Barclay Perkins archive. The Imperial Brown Stouts developed into what became known as the Russian Imperial Stouts. The beer is black, not brown and is not a beast of a beer, despite the abv. It is round and smooth. Gentle. Well behaved. You could introduce it happily to your mother-in-law. All cream and chocolate after the cocoa aroma, then leading to dark fruits, dried fruits, raisin, fig, prune. Even plum. Some sour berries. And the longest finish of herbal bitterness, with hints of lightly roasted coffee.
Mega, simple, mega modern mega drinkable, way to show off the beauty of the fantastic centennial hop variety.
A New England style pale ale rammed full of tropical hops on a bed of oats making this a super easy drinker with low bitterness.
A smooth descent into the depths of rich chocolate and bitter cocoa with a satiny snug bitterness. Hints of spice are evident in the abundance of toasted rich malts.
This is a blended culture fermentation – our house mixed culture and a Belgian pale ale strain. Lots of bittering hops to suppress the lacto and pedio, and prevent it getting too tart. Dry, bitter, Belgian esters, fruity hops. We fermented this in our foudre. The foudre and our mixed culture will both have a lot of Brett in them, so interesting to see how this develops. Right now it feels like a Belgian Pale ale, dry, peppery with a lovely texture (perhaps the fermentation in foudre?).
Wheat IPA liberally hopped with American hop varieties, oh and wheat!
Our unfiltered, unpasteurised, gluten free Lager brewed with a combination of hops from Germany and the Czech Republic. This hazy refreshing Lager is light, crisp with a thick creamy white head. Suitable for vegans.
This is Purbeck’s strongest cider to date – with its well-balanced flavour, it is cloudy and still, like all great traditional farmhouse ciders.
Celebrating 10 years of Purbeck Cider Co. Blended to deliver hints of toffee apple on the nose with bittersweet yet rounded taste and a clean caramel finish.