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We joined forces with the most wonderful guys and gals at Banded Peak Brewing to create the most wonderful of winter beers - a dark, luscious Belgian Dubbel called Abbot. This Trappist-style ale boasts dark rich plum and dried fruit notes, with a spicy yeast undertone. It has a wonderful malt complexity that really is quite heavenly. It's perfect for sipping on a cold day and pairs beautifully with rich, slow-cooked meats and stews.

STYLE: Dubbel

FLAVOUR PROFILE: Spicy fruit and malt

ABV: 7.8%

IBU: 40



English mild ale is a throwback to a more simple time where people knew who they voted for and why, saw work as a wage rather than a lifestyle, and who chose their beer like they supported their sports team - because it was what you did and it wasn’t worth fussing over. Simple Pleasures is what we drink to take life back a notch or two. There’s a ton of flavour and aroma for such a light beer (3.8%), with notes of light chocolate, nuts, caramel, light roast, and raisin and plum fruit. It is a delightful shade of mahogany that makes you feel as though you drinking a proper pint. No pretension. No sensory assault. No gimmicks. Just a refreshing, flavourful malt-accented beer that is readily suited to drinking in quantity.

STYLE: Dark Mild Ale

FLAVOUR PROFILE: Malt-forward pub session ale

ABV: 3.8%

IBU: 15

HOPS: Summit



“When the hurlyburly’s done, When the battle’s lost and won.”

Lost & Won is a rich, complex and malty ale brewed to welcome in the darker, colder days. It is oh-so-smooth with gentle alcohol warmth that is perfect for sipping in front of the fire. It bursts with rich aromas of toffee and caramel, with underlying notes of banana bread, golden syrup, butterscotch and dried fruit. The Scottish ale yeast strain throws off some wonderful subtle fruity esters reminiscent of cherries and berries. Winter is coming, but so what? With this in your glass, every battle will be won.

STYLE: Wee Heavy

FLAVOUR PROFILE: Hugely complex malt bomb

ABV: 10%

IBU: 30

HOPS: Summit