Beer, what is it good for? Absolutely everything! We’re kicking of 2016 in style with a brand spanking new website and some new beer!
So what’s on the menu for February? Well to start we’ve just taken a delivery from Wiggle Valley brewery, a small microbrewery tucked away down a farm lane on the edge of the village Ryme Intrinseca, located in the Wriggle Valley near Yetminster in Dorset.  This small brewery doesn’t deliver outside of Dorset, but they made a special trip just for us!



COPPER HOPPA 4.5%  Beautiful deep copper/red coloured ale, medium bodied with a rich malty flavour and fruity nose.

NIGHT OWL 4.6% A rich velvety porter, with massive flavours of molasses, liquorice and a hint of smoke with a fruity nose.

VALLEY GOLD 4.5% Fruity golden ale, with Orange Citrus notes and bitter finish.

RYME RAMBLER 4% Delicious full flavoured Tawny English bitter, made with traditional English Hops.

HEDGE HOPPA 5.6% Huge malty flavored deep red beer with a low level bitter finish. Amazing with strong cheese.


Other beer new to the shelves are: 
The West Berkshire Brewery
are now on our regular list with their award-winning range of  bottled beers, Good Old Boy, Mister Swifts pale ale, Maharaja IPA, Dr Hexter’s Healer, Tamesis stout, having won more than 40 awards since 1995! The ingredients are sourced locally, supporting the local economy and spent grains are taken by a local farmer as animal feed – recycling at its best!

Exe Valley Brewery, brewed from natural ingredients, making use of the local fresh spring water in Silverton, Devon.
Regular brews include Devon Glory 4.7% made from the finest Devon malt, Exe Valley bitter 3.7% based on an old west country recipe, a full bodied bitter, Dobs best bitter 4.1% a finely balanced bitter, and bursting with hops It’s Phil’s Ale 4.8%.

Arcobrau, For almost 500 years, Arcobräu has been brewed in Moos, at the very heart of lower Bavaria, Germany. Surrounded by rolling fields of barley and wheat with the dark hills of the Bavarian forest in the distance, the location is idyllic. The brewery is still owned by the descendants of the founders.
The pearl under Bavaria’s light Weissbiers, Lightly fruity and fresh.
Schloss Dunkle
This dark lager is the archetypal Bavarian beer as it was brewed in the good old days. It tastes of roasted malt, dark velvety sweetness undercut with the bitterness of hops. The foam is caramel colored.

Fresh from the cask! This month we welcome back Palmerston’s Folly and Skew to the take out selection, 4 pints for £9! Having a party of just like having a lot of beer? Pick up an 18 pinter for £32, that’s £1.77 a pint! Only available in store!

Cheers for now
Matt the cheery shopkeeper
02392 201133

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