A historic Belgian style Oud Bruin blended from 2 batches. This sour dark ale style has similarities to Flanders Red and British Stock Ale with unique caramel and treacle notes. Mixed culture fermented with locally sourced Scottish strawberries.7.2% ABV.£8.70
Ayinger - Lager Hell (500 ml bottle)
Ayinger Lager Hell is the typical every day drink in Bavaria. Together with wheat beer this Muenchener Hell style is the most famous beer style in the Bavarian south. A fresh, yeasty amber lager that's great with big meatballs, mash and gravy.
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A deliciously juicy American Pale, Turtles has a soft bitterness and a wonderfully tropical taste. Made with great balance for year-round easy refreshmentABV: 5.5%£4.40
Valencia Orange Session Sour IPA combines a mouth-watering union of hops with fruity sweetness and tart acidity from our house mixed culture. There’s a medley of intense flavours and tropical aromas from Citra and El Dorado hops in this vegan friendly sour IPA. The addition of Mandarina Bavaria hops build on the sweet-tart, fruity character of juicy Valencia Late oranges.ABV: 4.7%£5.20
The laws protecting the brewing of kolsch are as strict as the German Purity Law of 1516. Kolsch beer can only be brewed within the city of Cologne. As the best-known kolsch brewery, Gaffel’s flavour is derived from an ale yeast that is "lagered" (or aged) in cold cellars. Gaffel is pale, faintly fruity with a crisp, hop finish.ABV: 4.8%£3.80
NOTE: Growler Deposit required if not returning bottle at time of purchase (see related products below) Growler fills - CO2 purged bottle for longer life draught beers Pick your fill from the options. If you do not have a growler bottle, then there is a deposit to be paid. If you have a bottle, we will fill a bottle and return your old bottle for a brewery cleaning process before it re-enters circulation. Local delivery only - delivery requiring courier completion will have product removed from order. Current Fill Options London Beer Lab Kaiser Pils 4.6% - house lager with Weihenstephan yeast strain and Mandarina Bavaria hops London Beer Lab Session IPA 4.2% - quaffable, tropical fruit, bitter edgePeanut Butter & Jelly Sour 6% (dairy, gluten, peanuts) - creamy sour with peanut butterPassion for Philly 4% - Intense Passionfruit SourSauberbraten 6% - Tart, Chocolate & Roasted MaltsSession Sabro IPA 4.2% - Mild lime, coconut notes, fluffy£6.00
A first from new Kent brewery, Moot, headed up by our very own Calvin Gear!Kentish American Pale Ale.Juicy Yakima Chief Citra combined with English Fuggles and Bramling Cross creates a big punch of citrus and hedgerow fruits. The slightly sweet finish is cut by Kveik Voss Yeast and softened by a full body of oats and wheat resulting in an extremely sessionable and refreshing hazy pale.ABV: 4.8%£4.50
Delving into the dank. Mosaic, Galaxy and Enigma are a heavy hitting trio, providing unapologetic pith and green next to ripe tropical fruit aroma.ABV: 6.5%£7.10
Our little mini series of beers have always proved to be insanely popular here at Polly’s. Whether it’s the individual staff-designed beers, or the Late Summer single hop pales, a long running theme always seems to go down a storm with our fans. When tossing up ideas for the next series to whirl into our brew plans, our owner Sean came up with the idea of “B Sides” – BIPA versions to run alongside re-brews of our most popular beers. Naturally, it felt the right thing to do to christen this series with the original Augment trio – second up to the plate is Spur! The scrappy middle child of the original trio; we’re absolutely vibing off how well the relatively low key but ultra high juice Citra, Simcoe and Azacca hop bill works when turned to the dark side. An in-house favourite and for good reason – the series rolls on!ABV: 7.2%£5.25
The refreshingly tart Oude Gueuze Cuvée René is one of the most famous Lambics ever! This spontaneously fermented beer is a blend of 1/3 old (3 years) Lambic and 2/3 young (1 year) Lambic. These were fermented in large oak barrels. The beer is then bottled and aged for another six months. During this time, bottle fermentation takes place, which not only gives the Geuze its carbonation, but rounds out the flavor beautifully. The Oude Gueuze Cuvée René convinces with its balanced play of acidity, yeast notes, hints of barrel aging and a light fruit reminiscent of citrus and apple. A great companion to many dishes or as an ingredient itself, for example, for rudiments of sauces. This beer is perfect for cellaring for several years!ABV: 6.0%£5.80