Last Updated: Sunday 14th Oct 2018
For those of you who enjoy a good quality pint, the current renaissance in cask ale brewing is like a dream come true. With a choice of 3000 different cask ales in this country alone, you can now relive the pleasures last experienced by your grandfathers’ generation.
Here at the Hole In The Wall we take great pride in offering you a range of ales to suit all tastes. Browse through the list below to see the ales we will be serving in the coming weeks.
Description: Brewed with their friends at Iron Pier, for Collabageddon 2019 this modern bitter fuses both breweries love of cask beer with modern brewing techniques and tastes. Creating a nuanced and intriguing malt backbone that holds a hop profile that highlights warm tangerine, pine and tropical fruit. A moderate but balanced bitterness gives a morishness and pleasing drinkability
Price per pint: £4
Description: Deep and rich in colour, the malt back bone of this beer gives a complexity and caramel sweetness balanced with a clean bitter finish. Holding lashings of Simcoe, Amarollio and Ekuanot hops, giving flavours of warm tangerine and fresh pine.
Price per pint: £4
Description: This is Bandit. A Gluten-Free Pale Ale. We took our beloved Beatnik and stole the gluten out. It’s light, refreshing pale. Still fruity, still floral. Loads of flavour, just Gluten Free. Goes well with high revs and breeze in your hair.
Price per half pint: £2
Description: It’s been a while since we rocked a new dual 4.5%er, and, being Vibrant Forest, we wanted to show off Summit a touch. It’s a citrus-led pale this, as you’d expect from Citra and Summit, but the more tropical notes of Citra are absolutely present, and accentuated by the joyous fruity esters of London Fog yeast.
Price per pint: TBC
Description: Originally a Table Beer brewed with Mother Kelly’s, Mantra has been rebrewed and revamped and given more hops and more life! Now clocking in at 4%, Mantra is super easy going, very refreshing whilst packing a hefty punch. Simcoe, Mosaic,and Summit smash together to really nail this extremely pleasant brew.
Price per pint: £3.40