News from Amber Ales - November 2017

News update:
Some new beers and some old favourites this month. Endeavour, our NZ pale, has got good reviews from landlords and drinkers. Best make it again! And talking of remakes, now is the time for Amber Valley Bitter to come out of retirement. AVB is a full-flavoured session bitter with a hoppy finish. Another new beer, christened Throat Lozenge, a collaboration with local real ale enthusiasts, has done well at Nottingham, Mansfield, Kelham Island and Brunswick beer festivals. A combination of lemon zest, ginger and honey complement the malty base. Our popular seasonal Winter Ruby is back this month. We call it a ruby-red fireside ale (is that a style?), but you can judge for yourself: now at various local venues including The Talbot (Ripley) and The Dog and Moon (Derby). Dambuster won a Silver medal in the East Midlands CAMRA real ale in a bottle competition, which was nice. This Friday (24th) sees us doing a meet the brewer event at Hogshead, Wolverhampton. Featuring a tap takeover with 8 of our current beers (5 cask and 3 keg). Next month promises to be busy too - you can meet the team at Belper Christmas Fair on 3rd December and Denby Pottery Christmas market on 1st to the 3rd. Finally, remember we can supply anything from a beer to a full bar for your weddings and parties. Call for details.

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Cheers The Amber Team

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