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Tuesday 19 January 2021
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Irish Whiskey, craft beer barrels | Jameson Stout EDITION
Like all the best conversations, the one between Jameson’s Head of Whiskey Science and the Head Brewer of a local craft beer brewery, started at the bar. A swapping of whiskey and beer barrels soon after, resulted in Jameson Stout Edition - triple-distilled, blended Irish Whiskey that has been patiently rested in Eight Degrees craft Irish Stout barrels using inspiration from their Knockmealdown Stout recipe.
Everything's gonna brie alright | The Cheese Societ
The Cheese Society is a cheese mail order company based in Lincoln where they also have a cheese shop & cheese cafe. They are best known for their Cheese Subscription Club where you receive five cuts of seasonal, farmhouse cheeses in the post. Perfectly packaged and hand cut delivered to your doorstep with tasting notes and information about each cheesemaker.
PINTER | Brought to you from The Greater Good Fresh Brewing Co
This clever piece of kit is the most sustainable way to enjoy delicious fresh beer. With minimum packaging refill packs that come straight through your letterbox, for every 10 pints you drink only 1 pint is transported. This means a 70% reduction in packaging and 50% reduction in CO2 emissions. The best thing about it? Fresh beer hasn’t been subject to flavour degradation like bottled, canned, or kegged beers. Sip happy in the knowledge that you are contributing to the removal of 70 million single use bottles or cans that enter the UK waste stream each year. Cheers to that!
No compromise on flavour | Berczy drinks
Hard seltzers are made with a simple blend of alcohol, fruit flavourings and sparkling water, providing a clean and refreshing alternative for the modern-day drinker. Whether you want to drink more carefully, consume more sustainably or simply explore new drink territories; Berczy is the drink for you! Light and flavourful without being packed full of sugar, all their drinks are comprised of just three natural ingredients; filtered sugar beet alcohol, pure Herefordshire sparkling water and real fruit flavours. Thanks to delicious drinks like Berczy, the hard seltzer craze is sure to continue long into the 20s.
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