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Drink of the Month: Beer festival

Our range of local ales just keeps growing so we want to share with you some of our new discoveries…
Warners Budgens Taste Club - Drink of the Month: Beer festival

Purity Brewing Co

Based on a working farm in Great Alne in Warwickshire, the multi award-winning purity beers are made using only premium, natural, pure ingredients. The company has a strong eco ethos, fully supports recycling programmes and actively cares for the environment.

Try this: the multi award-winning Pure UBU is named after the brewery’s dog thanks to its lively character! Bursting with malty, fruity flavours, the finish is smooth and sweet. Claim 50p off Pure UBU this month with Taste Club!

Warners Budgens Taste Club - Drink of the Month: Beer festival

Gloucester Brewery

The idea for Gloucester Brewery came about over a pint in a pub (what else?) and was formed by Jared Brown in 2011. Only four ingredients are needed for quality craft beer: hops, malt, yeast and water and you’ll only ever find 100% natural, fresh ingredients in Gloucester Brewery beers.

Try this: Gloucester Gold, a well-balanced golden beer with a crisp, refreshing taste

Warners Budgens Taste Club - Drink of the Month: Beer festival

Hillside Brewery

These beers are made in small batches using traditional methods but it is the clever combination of new and unusual ingredients from around the world alongside locally-grown heritage hops that brings these beers alive.

Try this: Over the Hill for an unusual hint of roast cocoa.

Warners Budgens Taste Club - Drink of the Month: Beer festival

North Cotswold Brewery

Established in 1999, North Cotswold Brewery produces award-winning craft ales for customers in the Cotswolds who like their beer the traditional way. Only the finest natural ingredients are used to make the four core beers, Windrush Ale, Cotswold Best, Shagweaver and Hung Drawn n Portered, and a changing range of seasonal beers keeps things fresh.

Try this: Windrush Ale, a thirst-quenching amber coloured bitter.

Warners Budgens Taste Club - Drink of the Month: Beer festival

Stroud Brewery

Ethical, sustainable, but most of all, highly drinkable, Stroud Brewery’s beers are one of a kind. The malt used in the beers is sourced locally, the hops are from the UK, and Stroud Brewery respects a commitment to organic production by featuring one regular organic ale, Stroud Organic Ale, plus, all of the brewery’s bottled beers are organic.

Try this: Budding, a pale ale with a grassy bitterness, sweet malt and floral aroma.

Warners Budgens Taste Club - Drink of the Month: Beer festival

Prescott Ales

With its stylish art deco labeling, Prescott Ales is a nod back to more traditional times – fine craft beers and the golden age of motorsport. The bulk of brewing ingredients are sourced within a 50-mile radius of the brewery’s Cheltenham base, with many hops grown in Worcestershire and Herefordshire and the malted barley used to flavour the beers processed in Wiltshire.

Try this: Hill Climb, a wonderfully fruity and refreshing IPA.

Warners Budgens Taste Club - Drink of the Month: Beer festival

Bobby Beer

With its youthful good looks and hint of frivolity, it may be a surprise to learn that this premium crafted British beer takes maturity very seriously: six to eight weeks to be precise. Using a blend of three premium hops from America and Germany, the lager has a clean, crisp taste with a well-balanced and subtle hoppy aroma that leaves the palate refreshed.

Try this: Bobby Beer for a lightly hopped ale with a subtle depth of flavour.

And don’t forget our other local ales which have all been regularly featured in Taste Club: Goffs Brewery, Donnington Brewery, The Cotswold Brewing Co, Butcombe Brewery, Hook Norton Brewery, Wye Valley Brewery.

Taste club offer: 50p off Purity Pure UBU 500ml

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Valid from Friday 1st July – Tuesday 2nd August 2016

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