Autumn & Winter Seasonal Beers
As we love complimenting good quality seasonal foods and the mildly predictable English weather with our beers, here are our limited batch seasonal brews for Autumn and Winter 2015!
Dark Ginger Ale 4.5%
A silky smooth and wholesome dark ale. Flavoured with refreshing notes of ginger, and a subtle aftertaste of chilli leaving lingering warmth. Perfect for the cold winter months. Enjoy on its own or as the perfect accompaniment to a luxury chocolate cake.(330ml Bottle Only)
Our Christmas beer! A dark and rich stout with a mulled spice infusion, giving notes of dark berries and black forest gateau to the beer after fermentation. A great match with deserts involving raspberries or just simply enjoyed with your feet up by the fire.
(Extra limited batch 500ml bottles)
PANTHER ALCOHOL FREE ALE HOPSTA™ PALE ALE
Panther Brewery has applied years of brewing experience to perfect HOPSTA™ an alcohol free hoppy craft real ale. Distinctively hoppy craft ale that has a low ABV yet is uniquely full in flavour. It has a sharp bite of upfront hops, lasting bitterness and a smooth finish. Packed with hops like Citra, Cascade and Chinook together with local barley from Norfolk, a low ABV alcohol free real pale ale without compromise.
We really wanted to brew something that is unique and to our knowledge the first in the world. There are plenty of alcohol free lagers available but no brewery has yet brewed alcohol free real ale. We are excited to have developed this brew over twelve months using new technology purchased at the Reepham brewery and we hope to have bottles of HOPSTA™ Pale Ale available during November.
Panther Brewery are keen to continue experimenting: “We’re all about breaking boundaries and trying new things, so I wouldn’t be surprised if you saw us brew other alcohol free ale styles in the future,” says Head brewer Martin James. Ultimately Martin believes that the best way to make progress is to offer customers alcohol free beer that delivers on flavour. “It’s much better to show pubs that if they served decent alcohol-free beer then people would drink it.”