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The Not So Tiny Beer List!

Welcome to the cask beer revolution! This year we've got some pretty awesome beers and ciders on the list from all over the UK and Europe. Ranging from 3-10% we've found the most drinkable beer out there! 

Headlining the casks - our very own Cali and for the first time since they went keg- Brewdog's Punk IPA. 

Times have changed and so has beer, let's compare the worlds most known modern and traditional bitters. Starting off with the two Champion Beers of Britain, our beloved Cwtch and Timothy Taylor's Landlord, to follow Fuller's London Pride known by every man and his dog. 

Best of all, the beers will be set prices - Cask £3.30 and Keg £4.50 (per pint) and free entry. 

What's stopping you.... 

 

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