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Published on February 18th, 2015 | by Martin Gray

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Wickwar Brewing Company

About

Wickwar Brewing Company is Gloucestershire’s largest independent brewer of award winning ales. Our traditional brew house, located between Bristol & Gloucester, dating back to the 1860’s provides a fantastic location to brew using the best ingredients to provide real ales steeped in quality and heritage. Our range of real ales has been developed over a number of years to provide a variety for all tastes.

Beers

Station Porter – 6.1%
This multi award-winning stout is lighter than you might expect, and with undertones of coffee and chocolate is the connoisseur’s choice-try it and graduate to taste.

Bob – 4%
A distinct blend of hops, malt and citrus fruits. The slightly sweet taste turns into a fine, dry bitterness with a lasting finish. Very moreish and an award winning classic ale.

Bankers Draft – 4%
The first beer of our counter culture range. The biscuit-malt flavour gives way to a clean, dry finish with a citrus kick, thanks to the addition of an aromatic late hop.

Cotswold Way – 4.2%
This smooth, balanced chestnut ale has a terrific hoppy finish. It has been an award winning beer of Gloucestershire 2 years running; is known as the official beer of the Cotswold Way National Trail.

Coopers WPA – 3.5%
A yellow-gold, well balanced, light,refreshing brew with hops, citrus fruit & a delicate sweet maltiness, giving a bitter dry finish.

Real Stout – 4.3%
A smooth, dark and drinkable stout. The coffee and chocolate notes from roasted grain support hints of fresh mown grass and mint delivered by English hops.

Wickwar Gold – 4.5%
Blended American and German hops, blackcurrant and spicy palate with a herbal and floral aroma. A clean, fresh and blonde real ale.

Contact

Address:

Wickwar Brewing Company
The Old Brewery,
Station Road,
Wickwar,
Gloucester,
GL12 8NB.

T: 01454 299 592
E: [email protected]
W: www.wickwarbrewing.co.uk

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