We've some fantastic new arrivals this week right across the shop, from beer to cider and some tasty rare wines from the first urban winery in the the Nordics!
Our taplist is also looking mighty fine, even if we do say so ourselves, with beers from Cloak & Dagger, Burnt Mill, Verdant and The Kernel. With later opening hours Thursday - Saturday, we're the best place to pop in for a drink along Camden Road!
Abbeydale proved so popular last week that we've got four new beers from this legendary Sheffield brewery - two new pales, a traditional bitter and "Salvation", a very tasty raspberry and chocolate stout.
If you're looking for Gluten Free beers, Abbeydale are a must try - five of their beers in our range are certified GF.
Needing no introduction, we've had a re-stock of The Kernel Pale Ale, this batch brewed with Ella and it's lovely tropical and stone fruit notes plus two new beers—their sour cherry Biere de Saison and an Export Stout refermented with British damsons.
Pilton in Somerset is probably most famed for Glastonbury festival, but it's also home to Pilton Cider and the traditional orchards and bittersweet apples they use as the core ingredient in their ciders. Pilton uses the artisan method of keeving which produces a naturally sweetened cider. If you're a fan of cider (and if not, why not!) these are beautifully balanced and refined.
Three exciting new wines have hit the shop this week all the way from Sweden's Wine Mechanics, the first urban winery in the Nordics.
They source all their grapes from established European vineyards before shipping to their state of the art winery in the old meat-packing district of Gothenburg. Delicious, fun and highly quaffable, these are a rare treat on these shores so don't sit on these!