End Of Batch Sale! 12 x 330ml @ £9
Jet black ale that has a rich fruitcake aroma and a subtle, building heat in the finish. Plenty of chocolate malt in the grist provides a smooth, full bodied character while the smoky ancho chillies provide a lingering spice in the finish.
How do you surpass an icon? Can you create an instant classic? At Fyne Ales we love a challenge, so we rolled up our sleeves, grabbed Jarl by the scruff of its neck, and hauled it up to a whole new level: an imperial pale ale, with sweet hoppy aromas followed by citrus and toffee finish. This is imperial Jarl. This is Ragnarok.
The Merchant returns to the glen with exotic spices, herbs and teas for trade, but saves a bundle of his favourite rooibos for a special purpose. His brew, left for months of maturation during his voyages, is revitalised by the tea, taking on a refreshing, dry, caramel nuttiness to offset its deep, malty flavour.
Strong apricot and peach aromas and sweet flavours including ripe white grapes giving way to a floral finish.
In a deep, dark corner of the glen, The Mystic spends the winter sipping strong brews to warm the soul and inspired the mind. His lightly smoked, ruby-coloured barley wine is the perfect accompaniment to meditation on the mysteries of the universe.
Workbench IPA: Third Draft
Stone fruit aromas with a hint of pine. Delicate sweet clementine and floral flavours. Clean, bitter finish.
Cold Brew Mills & Hills
A jet black imperial stout with a dark-caramel coloured head. Dark, fruitcake and light mocha aromas give way to rich, deep mollasses sweetness on the taste which finishes with a smooth, rounded coffee hit.
Workbench IPA: Fourth Draft
An ultra-fruity prototype IPA bursting with tropical fruit and juicy berry notes, a lean citrus finish with a hint of pine. Featuring Nelson Sauvin, Citra, Mosaic, Belma & El Dorado.
In the season of abundance, the aromas of wild flowers and herbs hang on the breeze. Who better than The Witch to forage the flen for these bright summer flavours for her light, refreshing brew.
Please note, bottles are dated 1/3/2018, but are likely to be good significantly past this date.