A commemorative bitter to celebrate the homecoming of the 1st Battalion Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.
The Freedom Parade will be marched through Royal Leamington Spa at the end of November 2013
A traditional classic brown bitter with First Gold & East Kent Golding hops.
Available at the following pubs ’til end November:
> Kings Head, Cubbington
> Anchor, Leek Wootton
> Regency Arms, Leamington
> Fat Pug, Leamington
> Kings Hd, Warwick
> Hatton Arms
> Warwick Cons Club
> Warwick Arms Hotel
> British Legion Club, Kenilworth
> Gatehouse Tavern, Coventry
> Ye Olde Saracen’s Head, Balsall Common
> Old Joint Stock, B’ham
> Market Tavern, Southam
> Cottage Tavern, Ashorne
> Glasshouse, Leamington
> Dirty Duck @ Warwick Students Union
> Punch Bowl, Warwick
> Old Mill, Baginton
> Cape of Good Hope, Warwick
> Case is Altered, Hatton
> Jolly Brewers, Rugby
> Market Tavern, Atherstone
> TJs, Leamington
> Jug and Jester, Leamington
> Star & Garter, Leamington
> Rose and Crown, Warwick
> Almanack, Kenilworth
> The One Elm, Stratford
> Thomas Lloyd, Warwick
> Benjamin Satchwell, Leamington
Please call pubs to check it’s on tap before travelling
We’ve revamped our annual beer for Movember this year – what do you think?
Ask your landlord to get this in!
• THROW A SHAVE-OFF PARTY ON 1ST NOVEMBER TO START THE PROCEEDINGS OR
• HOST A MO PARTY ON 30TH NOVEMBER TO SHOWCASE YOUR MO
Designs by Jason Vinciguerra | Cogent Elliott
JOLLY GREEN GIANT – 4.7%
Last week we visited the hop fields and collected some green hops for our seasonal Jolly Green Giant.
Fresh hops from field to mash tun in 24 hours!! Look out for it in a couple of weeks.
A golden beer, brewed using freshly harvested green English hops for a full hop taste & aroma.
Look out for our fantastic bumble brew posters on a digital ‘city vision’ screen over Broad Street on the Hyatt Bridge in Birmingham, next to NIA, ICC & Symphony Hall & Brindley Place – running for a short period from 17th July 2013.
With many thanks to Cogent Elliott @CogentElliott
Check out this link to pdf files:Bumble Brew adverts
Introducing our latest beer from our ‘Bakehouse Brewery’ range
A honey wheat beer with a sting of vanilla ABV 4.4%
perfect for the summer!
Our seasonal ale ‘Bottom’s Up’ is now available
A 3.6% full-flavoured, easy-drinking, amber session beer. It’s name derives from Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream character ‘Bottom’
We’ve just brewed our latest ale under our ‘Bakehouse Brewery’ range www.bakehousebrewery.co.uk
FLOUR POWER 4.1% a traditional dark rich & malty mild
With every pint of Ball Stitcher IPA purchased from participating pubs during the RBS Six Nations Competition 2013 you can enter your details into the prize draw to win a signed England Rugby Shirt .
Simply fill in your details on the card supplied with your pint and then hand back to the barserver.
Winner will be drawn at random on 31st March 2013 by an England Player.
Participating pubs (currently):
Market Tavern, Southam
Jolly Brewers, Rugby
Market Tavern, Atherstone
Gatehouse Tavern, Coventry
The Hare & Hounds, Keresley
Whitefriars Olde Ale House, Coventry
The Talbot, Leamington Spa
Coventry Arms, Leamington Spa
The Bear Freehouse, Stratford
Royal Oak, Walgrave, Northants
TJ’s Bar, Leamington Spa
King’s Head Inn, Warwick
Red Lion, Culworth
As Movember approaches we want you all supporting this great charity by growing a Mo during November. Get fundraising & hold launch parties, gala parties, growing parties! Order your cask of Moustache Beer – Call us on 01926 450747.
This year is all about ‘Movember & Sons’ – Knowledge is power; the time to learn and grow is now. Prepare yourself my son.
Knowledge shared from one generation to the next and wisdom passed down by one’s dad or mentor, plays a meaningful role in shaping who we become. This learning continues throughout life but also reaches a point at which the exchange is reversed and insight is passed back up the chain.
This Movember, we will encourage all men to seek and share knowledge and wisdom with mates and loved ones, to learn their family health history and to understand the risks they face. These simple actions can have a significant impact of the quality and longevity of your journey through life.
Brian Mujati aka Mooj popped along last week to try out his home brewing skills with his first commercial brew. The hoppy pale ale, high in strength (possibly 5.0% ABV) is conditioning well in the tanks & is soon to be racked up.
All we need is a name & hopefully (fingers crossed) it will be ready for sale across Warwickshire soon!
Suggestions received on twitter so far:
Brians; Triple B (Brians Best Bitter); Mujatis Monster Mash; Bee’r; Touch, pause & enjoy!; Moojestic beer; Engage; St. Mooj; Big Bugger; Brian’s Best; Tsotsi; Scrumdowner; Brewjati; Prop-elled; Moojingood beer; Moojinbest; HPA; Tighthead; The Bruuj