Pop Up Pale


Description coming soon

IN NUMBERS


Release

22.04.2017

ABV

3.3%

OG

?

FG

?

Birthday IPA


The beer to celebrate our second birthday (31.03.17).  Our version of a New England IPA – Simcoe first wort hopped, finished with a shed load of Mosaic and Citra, fermented using Vermont Ale yeast and then dry hopped with more Citra and Mosaic. Penblwydd Hapus!

IN NUMBERS


Release

31.03.2017

ABV

5.9%

OG

1060

FG

1014

Let us know what you think- @wildhorsebeer

Lemon Drop Saison


When Chris first came to meet Dave he brought a bottle of homebrew with him – a saison. Dave and Emma liked it enough that, once they decided to offer Chris a job, they asked him to brew a version for Wild Horse. Saisons are traditional farmhouse beers from the Wallonia region of Belgium. They were originally brewed by farmers during the quiet winter months and stored until the summer, when they would be brought out to sustain groups of thirsty seasonal farm workers. In keeping with these origins, we wanted our saison to be light, refreshing and moreish. Lemon Drop hops – a new variety that we are using for the first time – provide a citrusy counterpoint to a spicy saison yeast strain, backed up by some Czech Sladek hops for added complexity.

IN NUMBERS


Release

11.03.2017

ABV

4.6%

OG

1042

FG

1006

Modern Bitter


Brewed for our 2016 Brewery Open Weekend. Chris wanted to brew a Session Bitter – Dave said OK, but let’s make it a kick ass flavour-packed Bitter! We brewed 60 litres of our modern Bitter recipe (all British malts and hops) and to make things interesting we split it into 3 x 20 litre FVs. Each was fermented with a different yeast strain – American (WLP090), English (WLP007) and Belgian Trappest (WLP500). The differences in the 3 versions surprised even us – an interesting and quite amazing experiment!

IN NUMBERS


Release

27.08.2016

ABV

3.3% to 3.5%

OG

1039

FG

1011 to 1013

Let us know what you think- @wildhorsebeer

Experimental Porter


Flavour experimentation for our 2016 Brewery Open Weekend.  We took three kegs of Dark Bay Porter from one of our 10-barrel FVs for three flavour experiments.  One was oaked with heavy toast American oak chips, another with Whisky barrel oak chips and to the third, we added vanilla.  Three surprisingly different versions of Dark Bay.

IN NUMBERS


Release

27.08.2016

ABV

5.0%

OG

1051

FG

1013