Our Cask Ale offering to be tapping this Thursday is our Pump Station Pale Ale! This batch we dry-hopped in the cask with Ivanhoe hops. These are the first known ‘California Cluster’ hops to be grown in almost 50 years and they lend a floral, yet fruity-piny aroma to our already hoppy pale. With a bright hoppy nose and super dry finish this is a fabulous pale to have this weekend! 5.4%
Cask Conditioning is the traditional method for serving ales. Our casks are 40 liter stainless steel firkins. Each cask is hand filled with fully fermented beer and a small amount of fresh, fermenting beer and sealed with a bung and keystone. The fermenting beer is added to the cask to naturally carbonate or ‘condition’ the beer. Once conditioned we tap our casks and serve them through our traditional English Beer Engine. An ever changing variety of Cask Conditioned beer will be tapped on Thursdays and served throughout each weekend.
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