Four Elms Cricket Club

Four Elms CC Beer Festival

Events 3rd Jul, 18 0 Comments

Our Beer Festival will be running during cricket week from Wednesday 18th to Sunday 22nd July 2018. Enjoy a pint or two from the selection available.

Cellar Head Amber Ale - ABV 4.0 %

Hugely satisfying and beginning with a sweet, floral aroma of orange blossom. Pale and crystal malts combine with the addition of flaked barley giving a firm, smooth, toasty malt flavour.Hop combinations supply a light bitterness with the gentle marmalade finish provided by Sussex grown Cascade making this beer one to come back to time and time again.

Sponsored by: Andrew Stephens

Larkins Best Bitter - ABV 4.4%

This rich fruity ale is slightly darker and sweeter than the Traditional. Notes of summer fruits and caramel give way to a long bitter malt finish.

Sponsored by: Dom Conlin

Brumasion Bullion - ABV 4.5%

Bullion ale is a refreshing single hop pale ale. The hops used are grown locally at Hukins Hops, Tenterden. The hop is used both for bittering and aroma and this ale highlights Bullion’s flavours – so often categorised as bittering only. The result is a refreshing ale with a delicate zesty, spicy flavour that is not overpowering.

Sponsored by: John Pearce

Tonbridge Brewery Rustic - ABV 4%

A deep bronze coloured, rich tasting country ale. Lightly hopped with the scarce, Kent grown 'Epic' variety giving a delicate spicy taste and aroma. A few 'Fuggles' hops from the Alsace region round off the fl avour rather nicely. A perfect accompaniment to a Pub lunch or dinner.

Sponsored by: Bob Richards

Timothy Taylor Landlord - ABV 4.3%

The drinkers’ favourite, a 4.3% classic pale ale with a complex citrus and hoppy aroma. A recent survey revealed that Landlord has the highest proportion of drinkers who call it their favourite ale. And it has won more awards than any other beer, winning both CAMRA’s Champion Beer of Britain and the Brewing Industry Challenge Cup four times.

Sponsored by: Timothy Seegar

Adnams Southwold Bitter - ABV 3.7%

First brewed in 1967 (under the name Adnams Best Bitter), Southwold Bitter holds our oldest trademark, Southwold Jack. This small wooden fi gure depicts a young soldier from the 15th Century Wars of the Roses. Named ‘Jack the Smiter’ he stands at 4 feet 4 inches tall and is constructed of painted wood. Southwold Bitter is a beautiful copper-coloured beer, late hopped with Fuggles for a distinctive, lingering hoppiness.

Sponsored by: Alan Crowhurst

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