Hoppy Thursday! Heres a quick look at this weeks beer list from Electric Bear, Vibrant Forest, Tiny Rebel, Frome Brewing Co and Meantime Brewing.
First Up – is Electric Bear Beyond the Clouds IPA – a 6.2% Wunderkid A restrained bitterness paired with a soft-as-a-cloud mouthfeel make this beer drink easier than mango juice! Unfined, unfiltered, unpasteurised natural beer.First Up – is Electric Bear Beyond the Clouds IPA – a 6.2% Wunderkid
From Tiny Rebel we have their new on trade exclusive pale ale -Easy Living. You literally won’t find this anywhere apart from the on trade and only for selected pubs (phew! We made the grade) Its full on flavour but impressively sessional at just above 4% .
We are also welcoming Vibrant Forest for the First Time this week – With the very dank and tasty Pupa which is so tasty your going to have to be fast if you want to try it because otherwise We will drink it all!
Hey who’s thirsty? We’ve been busy racking, tapping and connecting this week- so just incase you haven’t had a chance to pop in here’s this weeks guest list
Electric Bear- ⚠️ N E W B E E R ⚠️
THE FUTURE IS AN ILLUSION • 5.4% • Vienna Pale Ale •
Made with only Vienna Malt this beer is led by sharp malty citrus notes on the nose with lemon, pineapple and a touch of resin on the palate with a lingering sweet malty finish.
🍒Milk St Morello Bordello 🍺Porter, Dark as the night with cheeky flavours of cherry ABV 5.2%
🍹 Milk Street Taihiki- 🇳🇿 a belter of a session ale with all the right flavours and perfect for a sunny afternoon – Pale Ale, New Zeland wheat pale ale with citrus & tropical fruit ABV 4.3%
Brewed Right here in Frome!
Being a sustainable business is a big part of our DNA, and goal to run a pub that makes a positive change. That’s why we source locally, offer many vegan options and always chose the most ethical, organic and higher welfare produce for our customers.
We believe that the luxury of eating and drinking out should not cost the planet, so we have been committed to reducing plastic use in our business from the outset.
We use non plastic biodegradable straws and non plastic biodegradable paper packaging for our take away orders.
We source our food locally, including bread and meat from venues walking distance from our pub (Rye Bakery – Penleigh Butchers).
We won’t buy plastic packaged drinks, only purchasing aluminium or glass which is infinitely recyclable
And in our pub we use biodegrable napkins, recycled tetrapak hand towels and loo rolls!
We are constantly looking for ways to be more environmentally friendly- we sell our nuts loose, will happily fill flaggons and are working on reducing plastic in all areas of our business. We even grow some of our own herbs and salad as these are the packaging culprits! We hope to continue do more to improve the sustainability of our business and will keep you updated on our progress!