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  • Title: Spitting Feathers - Cheshire Real Ale Brewery
    Descriptive info: .. Spitting Feathers.. is born of an enthusiasm for real ale and a belief in the traditional methods of quality beer production.. Free from colourings, flavourings and other artificial additives,.. award winning beers are made only from the finest barley malts, wheat, yeast, hops and water.. The home of.. Spitting Feathers Brewery.. is Common Farm, built in 1862 in the village of.. Waverton.. two miles south of.. Chester.. The  ...   that provide the brewery with sausages (made with beer), spare ribs, etc.. Bee hives on the farm provide honey for the seasonal beer Honey Trap.. Small amounts of hops are also grown on the farm for use in occasional/special beers.. Please call 01244 332052 or.. email us.. for any pricing and ordering enquiries.. Common Farm, Waverton, Chester CH3 7QT.. Tel / Fax: 01244 332052 Mob: 07974 348325 email:.. info@spittingfeathers.. org..

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  • Title: Spitting Feathers - Cheshire Real Ale Brewery
    Descriptive info: Farmhouse Ale (3.. 6%).. Download Pump Clip.. A golden session bitter.. Traditional English malts and hops combine to make this a well balanced and satisfying beer.. Thirstquencher (3.. 9%).. A hoppy, pale bitter.. Lots of late hop leads to a clean, crisp finish.. Special Ale (4.. 2%).. A malty, chestnut brown beer.. The full malt taste balances well with hop bitterness and fruit flavours.. Old Wavertonian (4.. 4%).. A robust dark stout.. Roast barley, chocolate and coffee flavours give a very full body and a smooth lingering finish.. Basketcase (4.. 8%).. A dark ruby strong ale, rich and fruity full flavour with a smooth finish.. Seasonal / Occasional Beers:.. Work is ongoing into a honey ale based on a 1620 recipe for an ale made with honey and herbs, by Thomas Venner, from the north Marcher region along the Welsh border.. 1862.. (4.. 0%).. This straw coloured beer has a zesty, dry flavour and a fresh, hoppy aroma.. The name 1862 is taken from the year in  ...   day.. Available June/July.. Honey Trap (4.. 1%).. A pale amber beer brewed using honey from the brewery's own on-site beehives to produce a distinctive mellow flavour and aroma.. Available August/September.. Autumn Smoked Ale (4.. 5%).. Brewed using barley that has been smoked over oak chippings, by the brewers, to produce a brown beer with a distinctive smokey flavour.. Available October/November.. Christmas Crackers (5.. 8%).. A rich ruby, strong ale.. Full bodied and fruity with festive flavours of cinnamon and cloves and a smooth finish.. Available December.. Blood, Sweat Cheers (4.. 1%) Brewed to accompany major sporting events.. This is a satisfying, tawny coloured beer with generous flavours of malt and hops and a slightly spicy, bittersweet finish.. A winner every time!.. Available during major sporting tournaments.. Deva.. station.. (7.. 5%).. A dark ruby old ale aged in the cask.. Full of depth and character, this is a beer packing lots of fruity flavours, sweet malt, delicate hops and a pleasant bitterness into every drop.. Occasional Bottled Beer..

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  • Title: Spitting Feathers - Cheshire Real Ale Brewery
    Descriptive info: Heritage Ales is a venture by Spitting Feathers with the help of brewing historian John Murray of Cestrian Brewery.. Our aim is to recreate, as faithfully as possible, some of the great beers and styles of bygone ages.. By scouring the archives and records offices, conducting local research and by consulting historians we hope to unearth and reproduce ancient beers and ales of historic and cultural significance.. The range of Heritage Ales so far is-.. Victorian Porter.. The beer style that once dominated British brewing.. Porter originated in London where the coal tax meant that malt was wood-cured giving the drink its distinctive colour and flavour.. A nourishing and nutritious drink, Porter was popular among the working classes including the porters and barrow boys who worked the narrow streets and gave the beer its name.. Brewed using an authentic recipe from 1865.. Available Feb-March.. Revolution Pale Ale.. The industrial revolution made possible the large-scale brewing of  ...   from the original brewery records held by Cheshire Archives and from local studies, this one time popular Cestrian ale is back.. This mid-amber beer has fruity malt flavours and a pleasant hoppy aftertaste.. Available June-July.. Roman Ale.. (5%).. Recreated by analysing residues found in Roman pots found at archaeological digs at Roman sites dating from around 100AD near and other research.. Original ingredients including oats, rye and bog myrtle make this is a real taste of ale as the Romans brewed it in Britannia around the time of Christ s birth.. Available Aug-Sept.. Empire I.. P.. A.. (5.. 2%).. The beer brewed to quench thirsts around the globe-spanning British Empire.. India Pale Ale was brewed specifically for export with properties to match.. It was higher alcohol and hop levels to preserve the beer as it travelled back over the seas on ships that had sailed to the UK to deliver cargo from around the empire.. Available Oct-Dec..

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  • Title: Spitting Feathers - Cheshire Real Ale Brewery
    Descriptive info: The Ministry of Beer (MoB) is a show of dissatisfaction with government (present and past) at their handling of Beer and Pubs.. Beer is a low alcohol beverage produced in this country.. Our pubs and beers are the envy of the world.. Successive governments have failed to recognise the importance of these industries as businesses, manufacturers employers and the important roles they play in their communities as assets and focal points as well as their importance in social cohesion.. How can government talk of a Big Society and then take steps that will destroy the village pub? The place that hosts and organises the local fete, Easter Egg hunt, weekly bingo or quiz and is home to the local football, darts and dominoes teams!.. Beer duty hikes way beyond inflation have led to large increases in beer prices in pubs.. These price hikes have led to pre-loading , the practice of drinking before visiting licensed premises (usually imported higher alcohol products that have not been subject to the same high tax rises).. It is this rushed, unregulated drinking of high strength beverages that leads to public disorder and  ...   worse off- including those who took them for granted while they were open.. So here are the beers.. You can drink them in protest and with indignation or simply enjoy and savour them, safe in the knowledge that things will be different when we re in charge-.. Fool's Gold (3.. (Apr-June).. A beer brewed in recognition of government beer duty policy.. This lunacy has lead to higher beer prices, lower beer sales and reduced tax revenue!.. A golden single hop beer brewed using only UK grown First Gold hops.. Red Tape (3.. (Jan-Mar).. Unnecessary and pointless red tape is strangling pubs.. Endless form-filling, permits and license renewals burden finances and occupy time that should be spent productively.. This is a ruby ale brewed using a bit of common sense.. False Economy (3.. (Oct-Dec).. A pale beer brewed with so much hop (added at 5 different stages in the brewing process) that it probably costs the ministry more than it recovers in revenue.. Dark Arts (3.. (July-Sept).. A tribute to spin and the propaganda that beer is bad for us.. This smooth, dark beer is nutritious and low in alcohol..

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  • Title: Spitting Feathers - Cheshire Real Ale Brewery
    Descriptive info: Common Farm.. Chester.. CH3 7QT.. Tel / Fax:.. 01244 332052.. Mob:.. 07974 348325.. email:.. Directions:.. The Spitting Feathers brewey is 2-3 miles south of Chester just off the A41.. From Chester take the A41 south (towards Whitchurch).. Turn left after the Black Dog pub into Quarry Lane.. Then left at the T-junction.. is the first entrance on the right.. For Multimap directions click.. here.. For map click.. Chester's real ale house:.. The Brewery Tap.. Gamul House.. 52-54 Lower Bridge Street.. CH1 1RU.. www.. the-tap.. co.. uk..

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