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Bat's Valley

Dry-Hopped + Barrel-Aged + Sour Beer

Our second collaboration with the mighty Alesong Brewing from the USA which we have named after our neighbouring village Batcombe (and no not related to the current global pandemic).

The base beer is a delicate, but refreshingly tart citric forward sour, reminiscent of an orange wine or sparkling cider. To finish it off we have complimented the brew with a punchy dry hop with bold Citra hops.

Available in 750ml Bottle

  • 750 ML
  • 5.7% ABV
  • 0 IBU
  • 11 PLATO
  • Bat's Valley
  • Bat's Valley
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Our second collaboration with the mighty Alesong Brewing from the USA which we have named after our neighbouring village Batcombe (and no not related to the current global pandemic).

The base beer is a delicate, but refreshingly tart citric forward sour, reminiscent of an orange wine or sparkling cider. To finish it off we have complimented the brew with a punchy dry hop with bold Citra hops.

Ingredients

Malt

Barley, Oats, Wheat, Imperial

Hops

Summit, Aged hops, Fuggles

Yeast

Brettanomycess, Spontanius Coolship, Wild Beer Culture

Allergens

malted barley (gluten), wheat (gluten), oats (gluten)

Experience

Appearance

Gently hazy golden pale

Aroma

Tart mangos & pineapple

Flavours

Sharp fruit salad

Finish

Complex tropical & orange zesty finish

Unique Aspect

This Dry hopped sour has a spectacular mature wild ale at its heart. Amongst a plethora of dry-hopped sours on the market, this collab really stands out with its complexities and depth that make this a properly authentic Wild Beer sour.

Its Dry-hop really makes Bat’s Valley shine by electrifying the beer and brings a whole new layer to the fore!

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Food Pairings

Think of Reisling or Chardonnay pairings. Bat’s Valley cuts through rich dishes and beautifully pairs with pan seared pork loin medallions. Served with a sour beer cream, mustard sauce, and a thyme and mushroom mashed potato.

The brisk acidity works wonderfully with numerous cheeses or stands incredibly well on its own.

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