2009 Festival Beers


1BallardsMidhurst Mild3.4%Classic, dark Mild. Lightly hopped and well malted throughout without being sweet.Hampshire
2Braydon AlesTBCTBCTBCWiltshire
3BroughtonClipper IPA4.2%A golden remarkably mellow, fruity ale. Well hopped with an impressive aroma and taste.Peeblesshire
4Cannon RoyallFruiterers MildTBCTBCWorcestershire
5Carlsberg – TetleyTBCTBCTBCSouth Wales
7EnvilleGinger Beer4.6%Produced using root extract ginger this ingeniously created ginger beer has a flavour which is not overpowering and is very refreshing.West Midlands
8EverardsSunchaser4.0%A thirst quenching brew, produced using lager malt and Hallertau lager hops. Saaz premium dry hops are added to give a mixture of sweetness and spice.Leicestershire
9Fuller’sLondon Porter5.4%Rich, dark and complex with an outstanding depth of flavour. Brewed from a blend of Brown, Crystal and Chocolate malts for a creamy delivery balanced by traditional Fuggles hopsMiddlesex
10North CotswoldMonarch IPA10%Brewed on Christmas Day 2008. Very pale with lots of hops. Refreshing at 10%!Warwickshire
12Robinson’sTit for Tat3.7%TBCCheshire
13SkinnersBetty Stogs4.0%A pale mid-strength bitter with hoppy overtones.Cornwall
14St AustellTribute4.2%Hoppy flavour and fresh citrus nose are good enough to rival any fine white wine.Cornwall
15StonehengeEye-Opener4.5%A beautiful golden, dry and smooth premium bitter with a hint of toffee, which compliments the citrusy and spicy flavours. A touch of magic and a hint of mystery is left on the palate.Wiltshire
17Wye ValleyWye Valley Bitter3.7%TBCHerefordshire
18Wyre PiddlePiddle Artist4.2%A very clean, dry, refreshing ale having a touch of sweetness and thirst-quenching properties. The subtle blend of aroma and bittering hops gives a crispness on the tongue which is delicately fruity, giving way to some dryness.Worcestershire