EBF39 – Spring 2023

EBF39 Beer List

Last updated: 2nd April 2023/ Steve

Final list

Ascot Brewing Company, Camberley, Surrey (2007)

Consume 5.2%
NEW: Hazy New England Pale with hints of Mango, Peach and Pine.

LOTBD #44 Sticky Toffee Pudding BA Bourbon 6.5%
FESTIVAL SPECIAL: Luscious rich caramel and sweet dates balanced by a robust mix of dark roast malts, topped off with vanilla sweetness for a creamy decadent finish. Aged in a wooden Bourbon cask.

Beerblefish, Walthamstow, London E17 (2016)

Hoppy Pale #21 4.5%
NEW: NEW: The latest version of this popular series showcases a range of great UK hops – Harlequin, Opus and Admiral. Fruity notes (citrus/tropical) combine with a malty base to make this a tasty session ale. Gluten Free and Vegan friendly.

Impy Mild 7.1%
Dark, sweet, and rich; dried fruit flavours + chocolate flavours from the dark malts. Vegan friendly.

Big Trip, Manchester, Greater Manchester (2022)

Technique v3 4.0%
NEW: Single hop series, this one brewed with Strata. Ultra pale and hazy with big juicy passion fruit, ripe berries and zesty grapefruit flavours all the way. Their biggest hop content for a session to date, so expect all the big flavours.

We Are Your Friends 4.6%
NEW: Big hazy juicy session IPA brewed with a large amount of Sabro & Citra hops. Clean lime zest, soft coconut & pineapple to the nose with zesty citrus blasts, ripe mango, creamy coconut and a waft of candied pineapple to the palate.

Black Lodge, Liverpool, Merseyside (2015)

Shake Hand, Make Friend 4.5%
Session IPA – tropical fruit aromas followed by citrus flavours on the palate, with a dry pine finish!

Brew By Numbers, Bermondsey, London SE16 (2012)

08 Hazlenut Stout 5.0%
Hazelnut has a nutty flavour with hints of roasted hazelnuts and a slightly bitter finish.

Bristol Beer Factory, Bristol, Avon (2004)

Jets 4.5%
NEW: A fresh U.S dual hop pale (Comet & Ahtanum) at session strength. Comet kicks off with classic U.S resinous citrus energy. Ahtanum is an aroma dream and is the dry-hopped late addition, keeping the bitterness low with a grapefruit, piney and floral aroma.

Burning Soul, Birmingham, W. Midlands (2016)

Mild Obsession 3.9%
NEW: Smooth, creamy ruby coloured mild, malty and slightly sweet.

Castle Rock, Nottingham, Notts (1997)

Natural Mystic 4.3%
Full-bodied and moreish dry hop pale with New Zealand hops. Distinctive notes of white wine, gooseberry and pine pair with stone fruit, and tropical aromas. A robust malt profile provides this beer with structure and body, leading you to a wonderfully bittersweet and crisp finish.

Lightyears 4.5%
Punchy aromas of pine, citrus and tropical fruit abound in this single-hopped hazy pale ale. Delicate initial sweetness and a soft, silky mouthfeel are followed by a subtly bitter finish, bringing the beer into balance and guiding you to your next sip. Vegan and gluten free.

Downlands, Small Dole, W. Sussex (2011)

Tractor Anthem 4.0%
NEW: An honest oatmeal stout that leaves hints of blackcurrant in the finish.

Drive For Lights 4.2%
NEW: There seems to be a proliferation of traffic lights in urban settings that turn red as one drives towards them only to change back to green a few moments later while no other traffic has passed the junction …. Stop/start pale brewed with Ekuanot, Summit, Galaxy and Amarillo.

Space Age Daydreams 5.6%
An interstellar pale ale loaded with Comet and Galaxy on a light amber malt base, also hopped with Citra and Cascade.

Engine River, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey (2022)

Star ESB 4.8%
NEW: Star ESB derives its rich maltiness from Maris Otter, crystal malt, biscuit malt and a small amount of chocolate malt. It has an intense fruitiness from the late addition East Kent Goldings and Jester hops.

Flower Pots, Cheriton, Hants (2006)

Stottidge Stout 5.2%
Brewed using six dark malts, some torrefied wheat and a simple addition of East Kent Goldings hops at stages in the brew. What a result! Dark and intense with a gentle bitterness and hint of vanilla.

Wildfire 5.7%
A blend of Amarillo, Citra and Simcoe hops, gives this premium strength knockout of an ale a real burst of flavour. Full of West Coast juicy citrusy aroma, what better to complement the Lager and Carared malt base. Deep golden in colour with a short bittering and resinous floral aftertaste.

Flying Trunk, Forest Row, East Sussex (2022)

Nibbs 3.8%
NEW: Named after the brewery’s feisty mini schnauzer, this simple stout is rich, smooth and reassuringly gutsy.

Faun 4.3%
NEW: Session ale with an orange and citrus aroma from Amarillo hops, a full rich malt character given by the mix of Munich, pale and amber malts. Using a mix of yeasts that include a lager strain gives this beer a fresh clean finish.

Good Natured 4.2%
NEW: English Pale Ale brewed in a modern style, fresh, clean & unfiltered. Lightly hopped to compliment the soft, mellow malt flavour.

Gilbert White’s, Selborne, Hants (2021)

The Jubilee Tap 4.2%
NEW: Brewed to celebrate the opening of their tap room in Selborne. Refreshing, gently hopped flavour with a dry finish.

INNFormal, Hungerford, Berkshire (2015)

INN Session 3.5%
Hoppy and flavoursome session golden pale with Citra.

Iron Pier, Northfleet, Kent (2017)

Joined at the Hop (Admiral & Amarillo) 3.8%
Amarillo & Admiral light golden pale.

Joined at the Hop (Chinook & Centennial) 3.8%
Chinook (US) & Centennial (US) light golden pale; pine & citrus hop character.

Jawbone, Strawberry Vale, Twickenham (2020)

London Ivy 4.2%
NEW: Pale, hazy beer with a big body and heavily hopped with Idaho 7, Mosaic and El Dorado. The only Jawbone beer in cask, anywhere!

Kent Brewery, Birling, Kent (2011)

Loaded 5.0%
NEW: Fully loaded American IPA with flavours of grapefruit, orange, stone fruit and pine from delicious new US hops.

Comfortably Plum 4.9%
A traditional stout infused with plums and balanced by a roasted bitterness.

Chocolate Orange Porter 5.6%
Perfect combination of chocolate and orange in a deliciously luxurious porter.

Inmanz 68 5.5%
FESTIVAL SPECIAL: Dark Ruby Mild in the style of Sarah Hughes.

Lord’s Brewing, Golcar, West Yorkshire (2015)

Moggie Rye Ale 3.6%
Sessionable rye IPA; rich in flavour; hops Columbus, Dana and Simcoe.

LA Speed Check 4.0%
Mountain IPA; New England tropical fruit up front, piney resin finish.

Mad Squirrel, Hemel Hempstead, Herts (2004)

Tartan Scotch Ale 4.9%
Caramel overtones, with a rich, toasty malt character. Traditional Scotch Ale ‘wee heavy’ style.

Nuttycombe, Taunton, Somerset (2021)

Stout 4.4%
Full mouthfeel, smooth on the tongue with a creamy finish.

Oakham, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire (1993)

Fruit Crumble 4.0%
LIMITED EDITION: Fruit porter brewed with Simcoe (US), Endeavour, Fuggles and Challenger (all UK) hops. Expect flavours of summer and forest fruits, vanilla custard plus some toffee and caramel notes – all on a complex biscuity malt background.

Park Brewery, Norbiton, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey (2014)

Sugar Moon 4.1%
NEW: A spelt pale ale, subtle nutty characteristics from the malt bill and dry hopped with Barbe Rouge and Mandarina Bavaria giving notes of tangerine and red berries.

Lost Farms 4.8%
NEW: Farmhouse Pale brewed with Hallertau Blanc, Huell Melon and Callista hops. Fermented with BE-134 Saison yeast.

Stardust, White Waltham, Berks (2016)

Easy Pale Mosaic 3.8%
NEW: Subtle blend of American hops in an easy going pale ale – the late Mosaic hop addition adds a fresh, fruity aroma.

Roast Note (Whisky Cask) 4.3%
FESTIVAL SPECIAL: A best bitter with a fine blend of the best English roasted malts complimented by the country’s hops. Low bitterness to make the roast malt flavours the dominant characteristic. Barrel aged in a WHISKY CASK.

Thornbridge, Bakewell, Derbyshire (2004)

Charlie Brown 6.2%
LIMITED EDITION: A huge hit of tantalising Peanut Butter flavour, accompanied by notes of caramel, toffee and just a hint of bitterness to keep the balance this is a truly satisfying brew. Vegan Friendly & does NOT contain any traces of nuts.

Twisted Barrel, Coventry, W.Midlands (2013)

Break The Glass 4.0%
NEW: Refreshing West Coast style pale; Mosaic and Chinook hops. Unfined.

What You Get 4.0%
NEW: Soft hazy pale; Amarillo and Idaho 7; orange citrus hit. Unfined.

Out of Time 4.2%
NEW: Dry and refreshing American pale; pineapple zing from Sultana hops. Unfined

Up The Creek, Deptford, London SE10 (2020)

Hair of the Dog 4.0%
NEW: Enjoyable hazy pale. Torrefied oats and rye gives light and smooth body, Citra and Azacca hops provide medium high bitterness and refreshing finish. Dry hopped.

The Truth Serum 4.3%
NEW: English Bitter with an NZ twist. Slightly amber in colour with a long-lasting head. Medium malty body from heritage Chevalier malt carries the bitterness of Green Bullet – earthy and fruity hops from other side of the globe. Slight plum and prune notes. Aroma is provided by NZ Kohatu hops (means rock in Maori) giving a hint of melon, pineapple and grassy.

The Baltic Triangle 6.8%
NEW: Heavy, malty Baltic Porter with rich texture reminding of plums, prunes and cherries. Dark brown in appearance with medium low bitterness. Smooth and warming, ideal for a Polish winter!

Vocation, Hebden Bridge, W. Yorkshire (2015)

Dry Hopped Pale 5.0%
LIMITED EDITION: Collaboration with Sureshot. Hazy, tangy and hoppy West Coast Pale Ale.



Ascension Cider (East Sussex)

Sonic Titan Cider 8.2%
DRY: Being located in an orchard they don’t use any extra sugars or acids to adjust what nature gives them, they just roll with it. This cider is a blend of strong, wild fermented cider with a hint of sweet apple juice.

Butford Organic Cider (Herefordshire)

Dry Organic Cider 6.0%
MEDIUM DRY: A family-owned organic small holding specialising in cider & perry with a 300 year old cider mill! This golden coloured cider has a big fruity aroma and a hint of dryness.

Double Vision (Kent)

Impeared Vision Perry 6.5%
MEDIUM: This award winning perry is pale golden with a lovely fruity aroma.

Dunkertons (Herefordshire)

Black Fox Organic Cider 6.0%
MEDIUM: Grown, pressed, matured and fermented on site. Carefully blended to deliver a deliciously rounded cider with a lively, tangy finish and light honey hues.

East Stour (Kent)

Strawberry & Thyme Cider 6.0%
SWEET: A small company who source their apples from wild and private orchards. A unique and pleasant twist on a typical fruity cider.

Newton Court (Herefordshire)

Yarlington Mill Cider 6.8%
MEDIUM: With their own orchard this farm harvests, presses and bottles on site. This single variety apple is revered by many cider makers as their favourite apple with a good flavour and strong aroma.

Pilton (Somerset)

Labyrinth Cider 5.9%
MEDIUM: A full flavoured farmhouse cider which is a blend of keeved and vintage ciders. They are specialists in the artisan method for making naturally sweetened keeved cider. Only cider apples are used; no sugar, no water, nothing else!

Seacider (East Sussex)

Rhubarb Cider 4.0%
MEDIUM: Made from locally grown fruit, pressed to create a juicy burst with tons of refreshing flavour. A seasonal flavoured cider perfect for an Easter Festival!




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