Lumberjack 5.2%From: £28.33
Our strong, slightly sweet, full bodied bitter is brewed using traditional English Fuggles and EKG hops to give a round, hoppy finish.
Food Match: Sumptuous with Stews & Red Meats
Available all year round in bottles and polypins.
Gold – SIBA East Region Best Strong Ale 2009
Silver – SIBA East Region Best Bottled Strong Ale 2013, 2015, 2017
Black polo shirt with our logo embroidered on the left breast.
BBC1 1.5%From: £26.67
BBC2’s little brother! Light brown in colour, loads of flavours bursting on the palate from the mix of Columbus, Chinook, Citra & Cascade hops. Ridiculously drinkable.
Food Match: Champion with cheese.
Available in bottle or Polypins.
Perfect present for any beer lover. Contains:
4 x Brentwood Beers, A glass, Bar Towel, Pen & Bottle opening keyring.
Winter Warmer 4.7%From: £26.67
A well balanced amber coloured winter ale with spicy notes creating a full flavoured beer to enjoy on cold winter days.
Available winter in polypins, all year round in bottles
Fragile Xmas Ale 4.3%£25.83
Fragile X Syndrome is the most common inherited cause of learning disability and autism. It affects nearly 200,000 people in the UK. The Fragile X Society supports individuals and families affected by the disorder. Brentwood Brewing Company are donating 10p per bottle sold to the society.
Marvellous Maple Mild 3.7%From: £35.83
Popular with all who try it, this delicate dark brown mild has just a hint of maple syrup coming through in the finish.
Available all year round in polypins
Voted best mild – Chelmsford Summer Beer Festival 2009
Champion Mild at Cornwall Beer Festival 2014
Nominated for Champion Beer of Britain 2015
Van Kannor 7.7%£30.83
Brewed in 2014, Van Kannor is triple fermented with beer, wine and champagne yeast. Hand turned and degorged, it combines gentle fruitiness with sweet malt aromas to create a luxurious and sophisticated beer, produced using traditional champagning methods.
Limited run of 1000 x 750ml bottles. Serve chilled in Goblet style beer glass.
“It is the best beer to come out of Essex.” – Matt Chinnery (British Guild of Beer Writers)
“Developing in complexity and nuance as it ages, Brentwood Brewery’s Van Kannor could arguably be the best beer produced in Essex for many years. Smooth as silk, tart and fruity, with waves of peach and pear drop dominating the taste and a finish of spicy white pepper and crushed coriander seed, this is certainly a beer that you need to experience at least once. It’s limited though so you’d better be quick as when it’s gone it’s gone forever.” -Justin Mason (British Guild of beer writers)
“Van Kannor is a really special beer! Pour it into a flute and savour the fruity aroma then take a sip. Sweet malts develop first, followed by a satisfying mouth filling mousse and finally a gentle bitterness. “Delicious as an aperitif and also with creamy cheese,” – Jane Peyton (Beer sommelier & School of booze and Beer o’clock author)
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