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Roundup 03/02/24

Triple Point Brewing New Release

Triple Point have announced the release of Abyss, a 4.5% Schwarzbier (dark lager). They say that it’s smooth, malty and refreshing, with notes of berries from the Cryo Berry and Loral hops. 

Abyss is available now from the Triple Point webshop.

Two New Beers from Abbeydale Brewing

Abbeydale Brewery have announced two new releases, Ōkārito, a 4.5% New Zealand Pale Ale and Hop Smash a 7.4% Grapefruit IPA. Ōkārito is a zesty and refreshing NZ pale in collaboration with Freestyle Hops, released just in time for February’s New Zealand Beer Month. It features Rakau and Motueka (including the futuristic lupulin liquid SubZero Hop Kief™), all grown in the Sunrise Valley of the iconic Nelson region, New Zealand. Hop Smash is one of Abbeydale’s most requested beers, back for the first time since 2020! A big, bold, bitter and beautiful grapefruit infused IPA, originally created with internationally acclaimed and award-winning Kuhnhenn Brewing Co. from Michigan, USA.

Harrogate Brewing Co are recruiting

Harrogate Brewing Co are looking for enthusiastic people to join their Taproom team!

In addition to some extra staff members to help out on the bar during busy periods, they are looking for a supervisor to help run their on-site Taproom during weekends. You would be responsible for opening and closing the venue, also working closely with the team to ensure the Taproom is clean and the bar running efficiently. You would be responsible for the running of the venue whilst on shift.

For more details and to apply for the Supervisor role click here. To apply for bar staff, send your CV to:

Ossett Taproom now only available for private hire

Ossett Brewery have this week announced that their Taproom will now only be available for private hire. Private hire has become extremely popular at the brewery which means they are frequently closed to the public. The brewery understands it’s difficult for customers to know when they are open and have made the decision to close the Taproom for public use.

The Taproom will still be open for pre-booked private hire, big events and the shop.

If you would like to hear more about how you can exclusively hire the Taproom for your wedding or social event drop them an email on

Lords Brewing Co announce rebrand

This March Lords Brewing will be rebranding. It will be the same great Lords beer, just a new logo and new, more uniformed modern branding.

To celebrate their new start they will be launching three special exclusive beers across limited venues around the UK. Twelve venues, three exclusive beers and great new branding.

They will be posting more details about the beers, the venues and the venues across their social accounts in the next few weeks.

They also have a few spare limited casks available for the rebrand launch. If you are interested in taking part in the launch and having these exclusive beers, you can get in touch with them at

Timothy Taylor’s are recruiting and Valentine’s offer

Timothy Taylor’s are inviting you to make it personal this Valentine’s Day with their customisable Landlord and Boltmaker beer bottle packs, and personalised engraved tankard – the perfect gifts for that special someone.

They’re offering 10% off until 8 February with free delivery and gift message on all orders.

They also have an exciting, and rare, opportunity to join their team as a Brewery Team Operator.

As Brewery Team Operator you will work on the packaging line and brewhouse, operating the equipment used to clean, prepare, and fill casks along with operational tasks to complete the finished product.

Opportunities like this don’t come up very often, so if you or someone you know is interested in the role, please visit their website for more information and to apply.

40% Sale and new barrel aged stouts from Tartarus

This week Tartarus released their next range of Barrel Aged beers. They brewed a big imperial stout and aged the entire batch in 3 different barrels for 16 months. Wanting a mythical beast/creature that was a trio of some sort to name the beers after, they chose Cerberus the 3 headed dog, with each head symbolising a different barrel the beer was aged in:

Whisky Cerberus – Whisky Barrel Aged Imperial Stout 15%
Bourbon Cerberus – Heaven Hill Barrel Aged Imperial Stout 15%
Brandy Cerberus – Brandy Barrel Aged Imperial Stout 15%

They are available now on the Tartarus webshop, as individual bottles or a money saving 3 pack.

They are also running a 40% sale on some of their older stock. It’s all in date, with at least 3 months on all cans and is available as 12 bulk packs or 12/24 mixed packs.

Wold Top release new beer in new packaging

Following feedback from their customers and after a great deal of consideration, Wold Top have invested in a canning line. They have a strong and loyal fan base of bottle drinkers and wanted to ensure that they didn’t marginalise any other area of the business. By introducing cans as a seasonal, limited edition line, they aim to develop strong markets for both forms of packaging.

Their first new canned beer is Wild Swim, which is a stripped-back, clean and refreshing 4% lager with notes of soft apricot and sweet melon that contrast deliciously with the crisp, dry taste. It was created by Henry, one of their brewers to be a great introduction to Wold Top in cans and is available in their webshop now. Five more new beers will follow throughout the year.

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