Wort’ The Wait
ABV 4.5% | IBU 34
All aboard the haze craze! PekkoChu is double dry hopped with Pekko and Citra hops (during fermentation and after fermentation) to give a pineapple and mango hit.
It has an extra pale malt and wheat malt base, and is fermented with Labrew New England yeast to make it nice and dank and fruity.
Unlike most DDH pales it’s just 3.9%, to make it super sessionable!
Available in 30 ltr KeyKeg and 500ml bottle.
A clean, crisp pilsner brewed using spring water, the finest pilsner malt and two classic Czech hops. Sladek hops give a
slight, subtle spice to the mouth feel, whilst Saaz hops give that familiar floral aroma associated with proper Czech pilsners.
Available in 500ml bottle, 33oml cans and 30 ltr kegs.
Our 6% WIPA is packed full of one of the nicest hop varieties this planet has to offer (Nelson Sauvin) to give gooseberry and grapefruit notes. We’ve used loads of pale wheat malt, torrified wheat and rolled oats to give a silky smooth mouthfeel, and fermented using an American ale yeast so it has a clean, crisp end.
We’ve only gone and dropped the C-Bomb! This Citra bombed session IPA is made from a simple pale ale malt base and loads and loads of Citra hops added in the last 20 minutes of the boil. It’s then cooled and “hop bombed” with even more whole leaf Citra to make a relatively low bitterness beer with lots of tropical fruit flavour and aroma.
Using just one hop (but plenty of it) allows the mango and tropical fruit flavour profiles from the Citra shine through.
For drinking in the sun, it’s da bomb!
Free Beer is our gluten free and finings free, hazy APA.
Recently we’ve been asked a lot to make a gluten free beer, so we bloody well did it! This American Pale is brewed using malt and wheat, like “regular” beers but then the gluten is removed using Brewers Clarex. This reduces the amount of gluten in the beer to ten parts per million. (FYI for something to be classed as “gluten free” there needs to be less than 21 parts per million).
As well as being gluten free we also refrained from adding Isinglass finings to the beer so it’s also vegan friendly. This does make the beer hazy but that inturn gives more hop flavour as there is hop debris suspended in the beer.
Liberally hopped with Chinook, Simcoe and Mosaic to ensure plenty of flavour and bite.
A deliciously dark, chocolate, cherry porter named after our friend Janet’s favourite tipple.
Janet’s Treat is a dark, rich porter made with lots of chocolate malt and has the added treat of having real dark cherries added to the fermenter.
The cherries’ flavour balance against the chocolate malt’s bitterness and give this comforting brew a subtle dark cherry aroma.
This beer is a collaboration brew with Wincle Beer Company. We cuckoo brew at Wincle Beer Co and have been discussing doing a collaboration brew together for a while now. We finally got around to it!
We hope you like this beer as much as our mate Janet does!
Available in 9 gallon cask, 4.5 gallon pins, 30 litre Ecokegs and 500ml bottles.
A session pale with a tropical hop pop. Made from Olicana and Mosaic hops.
Olicana is an English hop grown here in the UK to compete with the punchy American hops; it brings lots of grapefruit, mango and passionfruit to the party.
Dry hopping with lots of Mosaic hop adds a wonderful tropical fruit and blueberry aroma.
The perfect hoppy session beer.
Available in 9 gallon cask, 4.5 gallon pins, 500ml bottles and 30 litre Ecokegs.
Laughing Water is a hoppy, tropical-fruity pale ale that gets its name, and it’s flavour, from a punchy English hop called “Jester”. Think: blackcurrant, grapefruit & lychees.
Galena bittering hops give it a subtle citrus base.
Amarillo dry hopping adds an extra boost of orange and peach aroma.
Extra pale and pale ale malts are used to ensure a balanced flavour of malt vs hop, whilst giving Laughing Water a pale straw coloured body.
The result is a very hoppy, yet very drinkable, 4.3% beer that’s perfect for sunny days with plenty of laughs.
Little Bitter That is made from five English hops: Target, Challenger, Progress, East Kent Goldings and Bramling Cross to give it a satisfying fruity hop taste and aroma, balanced against a strong malt backbone.
Here at The Brew Foundation we have been toying with the idea of doing a session strength copper coloured ale for a while now so when the guys at the Little Tap in Tarporley got in touch wanting a 3.8% bitter for their new bar we just couldn’t resist!
Little Bitter That is available in pubs and bottle shops throughout the country but will always be on at the Little Tap in Tarporley.
Available in 9 gallon cask, 4.5 gallon pins, 500ml bottles and 30 ltr Ecokegs. Contact us if you’d like to stock this or any Brew Foundation beer.