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Wandsworth Common Halloween Beer Festival 29th Oct - 1st Nov 2014 Wed/Thu/Fri/Sat A FESTIVAL OF DARK, AUTUMNAL, MILD, BARLEY WINE, PORTER AND STOUT FROM THE 4 CORNERS OF BRITAIN 100+ different real ales, 25 ciders, wine by the glass and full bar
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  10:49 The Beer List (final) Wandsworth Halloween Beer Festival 6 th  Annual – 2014 29 th  October – 1 st  of November Tickets here:  https://wandsworthbeerfestival.eventbrite.co.uk   Abbeydale Brewery, Sheffield, South Yorkshire Dr.Morton’s Funny Luck 4.1% Extremely pale ale made with new experimental hop from America. Fresh and citrusy. Full English Breakfast Stout 4.9%  Rich dark stout. With added coffee, cocoa & maple syrup. Plus 5 different malts. Arundel Brewery, Autumn Breeze 4.6%  A wonderful dark old ale to kick us off with. Roast malt aroma, with berry fruit and chocolate flavours. Smooth and fruity but with a bitter finish. MUST TRY B & T ( Banks & Taylor) Shefford, Bedfordshire Shefford Plum Porter 4.5% Dark and rich with the addition of natural autumnal plums. Bank Top, Bolton, Lancashire Gold Digger 4.0%  Golden coloured with a citrus aroma. Grapefruit with a touch of spice. Bateman’s, Wainfleet, Lincolnshire This family owned brewery is among the last to be fully controlled by the  founding family who also work hands on in the brewery. We are thankful to  Jaclyn Bateman for personally bringing down the quite sensational  Amaretto Mocha. Amaretto Mocha 6.5%  Every now and again I am simply blown away by a new beer. This is it. Massive explosion of coffee, chocolate and Amaretto liqueur flavours. Originally only in bottle. Bateman’s have graciously  10:49 supplied us with the only cask version available anywhere. Beer of the Festival? Must try. Belleville, Wandsworth, London SW18 Spiced Pumpkin Ale 5.4%  A special seasonal ale from our nearest operating brewery. This beer was brewed for the first time last year and  proved to be very popular. Blackedge, Horwich, Lancashire Cascade 4.2%  A single hop pale golden ale. Slight hint of lychee & grapefruit. Revolution Red 4.4%  Ruby red ale with a velvety smooth mouthfeel. Black Hole Brewery of Burton Staffordshire Super Nova 4.8%  Pure gold colour. Like a Marmalade made with Seville oranges. A sweet start but dry lingering finish. Black Sheep Brewery, Masham North Yorkshire Reaper 4.1% A three hopped red rye beer. Halloween Special   Blindmans Brewery, Leighton, Somerset Eclipse Porter 4.2%  Traditional porter, full of chocolate flavours and subtle  bitterness. Brecon Brewing, Brecon, Powys, Wales Busters Broomstick Bitter 4.3% A Halloween special blood red ale. Red Beacons 5.0% A red coloured smooth ale. Full bodied with a balanced variety of hops. Goldings, Sovereign, Pioneer & First Gold. Brightside Brewery of Radcliffe, Manchester Underworld 4.4%  A crisp refreshing Porter made with English hops Brimstage Brewery, Wirral Scarecrow 4.2%  Orange marmalade in colour Good session brew with citrus fruit flavour and aroma. Winner of numerous awards. Bursclough Brewery, Ormskirk, Lancashire  10:49 Mere Blonde 4.0%  Its not all dark ales at this festival we’ve slipped this one in. Pale but full flavoured. Hoppy, with a massive grapefruit finish. Burton Bridge, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire Thomas Sykes 10% A full on barley wine. Deceptively easy drinking so be careful. How can you leave the festival without trying at least a half of this  brewing blockbuster. One of my favourites. Chimay Top Belgian beer 6.0% Available on draught from the keg remote bar Cotleigh Brewery, Wivelscombe, Somerset Tawny 3.8%  Well balanced traditional bitter using only English whole (not  pellet) hops and local barley. Night Owl 4.5%  A dark chestnut colour using Bramling Cross hops which tends to impart a slight blackberry/orange flavour. Downton Salisbury, Wiltshire Quadhop 3.9%  A pale session bitter. Very refreshing Elderquad 4.0%  Pale yellow colour. Addition of elderflower makes for a real thirst quencher. Honey Blonde 4.3%  Light ale made with honey Nelsons Delight 4.5%  Lest we not forget the Battle of Trafalgar each October. Here is a mellow amber ale with added rum. Rich and sweet. Pumpkin Ale 4.2%  Flavoured with pumpkin flesh and only brewed in October each year. Dark Delight 5.5% An Old Ale. A style of beer which is disapperaring but which is of exceptional quality. Chocolate Orange 5.8%  Consistently one of the most popular beers at every Festival. Each brew benefitting from a bottle of Cointreau and a Terry’s chocolate orange. Must try. Chimera IPA 6.8% A genuine British style IPA uninfluenced by the re-imported US style of IPA that is fast replacing this traditional brew srcinally brewed for export to India . Roman Imperial Stout 9.0% Abundance of chocolate and roasted coffee aromas. Rich, malty flavour balanced by powerful presence of hops   Elland Brewery of Elland, West Yorkshire  10:49 White Prussian 3.9%  This very pale beer is the lightest coloured beer at this festival of predominantly darker ales. Fool Hardy Ales, Heaton Norris Rhidonkulous 3.7%  Another super pale coloured ale. Extremely pale triple hopped. Big flavour for low gravity beer. Frodsham Brewery, Frodsham, Cheshire CLG 4.4%  Chocolate, lemon and ginger. Its all in the name for this most unusual beer. Titan’s Bolt 8.5%  A full on barley wine srcinally only in bottles and  brewed for the first time in September 2013. Fuller Smith & Turner, Chiswick London Honey Dew 5.0% Available on the keg bar. Exceptional honey infusion a  beer that benefits from being kegged . Black Cab Stout 4.5% Keg stout that aims to produce a softer less bitter finish than Guinness. If you are a creamy stout drinker try this small batch  brew. Available on the bar inside Le Gothique. Frontier Lager 4.5%  Another small batch “craft brew” from Fullers. The only UK brewed lager that I am consistently impressed by. Available on the  bar inside Le Gothique. Vintage 8.5% A rare one-off cask from the depths of Fullers Chiswick cellars. Dark amber malty, fruity aged for 7 years in oak.  Must try. Grafton Brewery, Worksop, Nottinghamshire Framboise Raspberry Beer 4.0% A pale ale made with the addition of raspberry juice. Fruity but with bitter finish  Lady Ruby Cherry Beer 4.5% Ruby coloured. Initial fruitiness gives way to big cherry finish on the back of the tongue   Great Newsome, Winestead, North Humberside Jem’s Stout 4.3%. Dark and rich with a slightly liquorice finish. Named after the brewery dog. Gypsy Hill Brewing, Gipsy Hill, London SE27 **NEW BREWERY*** Beatnik 3.8%  A pale ale made with Amarillo US hops.
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