November 19, 2020
Advent calendars are for grown-ups too!
Order Your Beer Advent Calendar Now
We’ve hand-picked 24 different beers from 24 different breweries, lots you will have never seen before as well as a couple of classics & even some old skool favourites in there too.
Each day in the run up to Christmas, open your your window and we'll treat you to a cracking beer. Pop it open, sit back and relax as you enjoy your beer of the day.
We have arranged for some awesome beers to be in the box, so this is why this calendar might be a few more £'s than some others out there. Trust us - You'll be very merry in the run up to Christmas Day.
This is a quality beer advent calendar curated by us here at BeerCraft - and we know a thing or 2 about beer!
- - -
Order yours now and choose to either pick-up in store or have it delivered to your door.
They will be ready for collection / delivery at the end of the November!
Limited availability, so grab yours while they last!
We aren’t teasing you with our on tap board!
You can still buy draught beer at BeerCraft!
All you have to do is pop by with your growler, or any sealable container, and you’ll be able to go home with a litre or two of your favourite beer, fresh from our taps.
Don't have a bottle, don't worry - we do!
What’s more, you are now able to order draught beer online via our website, and get these banging beers delivered to your door!
If you’re not convinced already, let’s give you some more details about what's on tap this week...
Electric bear - It’s Always Sour in Philly-Delphia – 5%
We’re big fans of this raspberry sour at the shop, and we think it is one of the best beers Electric Bear has made in a while. Super fruity, sour and a fantastic pink colour, it is like a raspberry tangfastic in a glass… A must-try for any sour fan.
New Bristol Brewery – Moments Not Things – 5.4%
Fancy a no-fuss pale ale? Then this lovely number is for you. Hazy, tropical, with some earthy notes and slight bitterness, another great beer from this fantastic Bristol brewery.
It is no exaggeration to say that Polly’s is one of our all-time favourite breweries at the shop, and they seem to never disappoint. IPA fans will fall for Rain Jar – juicy, piney, fruity, it is everything IPAs wish they could be…
It is rude to be as good as C Bomb. A classic IPA packed-full of citra hops giving it tropical citrusy notes, a lovely haze, and a gorgeous smoothness. A refreshing number from one of the greatest Bristol breweries.
Now this is a special beer that our regulars were thrilled to see on tap! A fantastic DIPA with a kick at 8% - a piney, citrusy juice bomb that will leave you wanting for more. Grab it while it lasts!
We’re always happy to have Deya on tap, and this is a classic! One of their core-range pale ales and a fan-favourite – incredibly soft and smooth and full of fruity, aromatic hops.
Order Draught Beer For Delivery
New Beers By Our Local Bath Brewery - Electric Bear!
First up Mokoko Chocholata, a collab with Mokoko coffee company. Mokoko have made a name for themselves with quality tasting coffee and sweet treats. You can expect rich coffee tones with a sweet chocolate caramel finish and a hint of vanilla. Perfect for a cold winter night in front of the fire.
Next we have an American brown ale called Another Day in Lieu. Using a selection of darker malts this beer is a throw back to the traditional style of beer making. A truly top quality brown ale showing that traditional styles still have plenty to offer!
Finally we have Loophole, an American pale ale. A light refreshing pale ale with a gentle citrus hop. A thirst quenching mild bitterness helps round off the summertime flavours.
So here we have 3 great beers from a local brewery that is continuing to pump out fun and interesting beers. So give them a whirl and check out the rest of the Electric Bear range on our website!
New in… brewing through the arts!
We’re super excited to welcome two breweries to the shop!
Chapter Brewing, from Sutton Beaver in Cheshire, is taking inspiration from fiction to create modern craft beers of all styles.
Here we have a citrussy witbier & a fruity apricot & raspberry sour. The cans are fantastically designed by local artist Boneface and offer a reading suggestion.
Good Chemistry is a Bristol microbrewery that we are happy to welcome back in our local section – they are mixing modernity and science with tradition, highly influenced by chemistry, even through their can designs.
Two breweries which are as different as they are similar, mixing art and brewing through literature or science, being innovative and modern – just how we love it!
We wish them a lot of success at BeerCraft and hope you guys will enjoy drinking them too!
August 07, 2021
July 31, 2021