Leeds Indie Food #Beermatch Experience
As part of Leeds Indie Food 2016, on Tuesday 17th May we're hosting an extraordinary evening of discovery in association with There's a Beer For That at The Cross Keys in Leeds.
Tickets are just £30 and include 8 beers as well as food. Places are limited to book now to avoid disappointment:
BRING YOUR TASTEBUDS, NOT YOUR PRE-CONCEPTIONS
Simon on the Streets
We are proud to be supporting the #OneforSimon campaign to help empower people sleeping rough in Leeds. You can help, for the price of a pint, that's all it takes! There will be events throughout May, starting with a special film screening of Dark Days at Black Swan on Wednesday 27th April. Our sponsorship of the campaign enables every penny you donate to go direct to the charity.
Coming Soon: Tisane (KEG) 5.6%
An infusion of herbs and spices from locally sourced Tisane tea, combined with lemongrass and ginger, come together in this extraordinary Saison. The brainchild of Head Brewer Christa Sandquist, following on from the success of our green tea collab with Yeastie Boys. Originally brewed for Craft Beer Rising - the response was so good it'll be our May-July Seasonal.
One-off brew - Coconut Porter
Small batch brew for our Tap Takeover at Craft Beer Co on 23rd April. Let us know what you think...
The Chief is an All-American DIPA that packs a whole tepee full of taste. The Chief commands respect, and will have your full attention from the first sip to the last satisfying drop. Honey-orange in colour, with rising fruit flavours on the palate, The Chief maintains dignity with its power throughout.
The Mayan is now available in 330ml size bottles - perfect as part of a Gift Pack! Cheers!
It was crowned the Champion UK Specialty Beer at SIBA BeerX in March 2015
Beanies now on sale
The long-anticipated wait is finally over... Brewery Beanies are now here! Warm your head for just £12.50; they're the perfect gift!
Living Wage accreditation
We are delighted to be a Living Wage employer. The Living Wage is an hourly rate set independently and updated annually. It is calculated according to the basic cost of living using the ‘Minimum Income Standard’ for the UK. Decisions about what to include in this standard are set by the public; it is a social consensus about what people need to make ends meet.