The Hoppy Botanist IPA is one of Campervan's series of experimental beers. It was brewed using fresh rhubarb and vanilla pods to perfectly capture the flavour of rhubarb and custard sweets. Close your eyes and take in a big ol' whiff and you'll be transported back to your childhood sweetshop!
Hiver is golden straw in colour and opens with an inviting honey aroma supported by a light roasted maltiness. By using Challenger and UK Cascade hops sparingly, they contrast with a hint of citrus, bringing depth and balance to the nose without overpowering the delicate honey esters.
Darker roasted malts are the key feature in this honey brown ale with Kentish Admiral hops on the nose and a delicate berry aroma and subtle bitterness from Bramling cross variety. The Beekeeper describes the Warwickshire blossom honey as the Worcester sauce of honeys and blended with a small amount of Yorkshire heather honey, the ale has the perfect balance of malt, hop and honey.
A superior alcohol free ale, less than 0.5%ABV, dark brown in colour with mahogany highlights and a lingering tight ecru head. The nose is malt forward and the beer is dry and satisfying. The dry malty character is an excellent complement to spicy food. The bottle label is based on an advertising poster used by Samuel Smith�s in the 1950s
Rosehip Saison is a venture in to the world of a classic style; The Saison. Compared to our mixed culture offerings this beer has a clean and spritz finish, but still has traces of the funk by which you know us well. The combination of British hops, foraged rosehips and a unique, fruity strain of yeast make this super drinkable, with all the hints you'd expect from a saison; a slight spiciness and…
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