Teme Valley Brewery Mixed Case
The Teme Valley Brewery opened in 1997 to brew for The Talbot in Knightwick, Worcestershire.
All the hops used in these beers are grown in Worcestershire, Herefordshire or Shropshire and all the barley used to make the malt is grown in the UK.
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2 x Talbot Blonde (4.4%, 500ml) A smooth, rich pale beer well hopped with Worcestershire Northdown hops. Introduced in December 2005 as a seasonal beer, but now available year round due to popular demand.
3 x This (3.7%) All the easy drinking virtues of a light ale. Brewed with Worcestershire Challenger and Goldings hops to give a vivid hop aroma and a subtle bitterness. Perfect with a light lunch – a ploughman’s or a sandwich.
3 x That (4.1%) A chestnut coloured best bitter brewed with crystal malt to give a robust malt flavour. Challenger and Sovereign hops give a potent bitterness to balance any sweetness. A perfect partner to stews or meals with a rich gravy.
2 x Wotever Next (5.0%) A strong, dark and bitter beer. The distinctive dry finish derives from chocolate malt, Pilgrim and Cascade hops. A long fermentation leaves little sweetness behind. A good counter balance to a sticky dessert.
2 x Hop Nouvelle (4.1%) An exceptionally pale beer brewed with un-kilned fresh First Gold hops from local Ankerdine Farm.