Almasty will be hosting an exclusive launch of three new beers at Brewdog Newcastle on Friday 10th February from 6pm.
Meet the team, have a chat about the beers and enjoy the three very different styles on offer.
First up is a 6.0% New Zealand IPA packed full of juicy new world hops both in the boil and then dry hopped. Huge amounts of Nelson Sauvin, Pacific Jade and Waimea give this IPA a big hit of bitter gooseberry.
Smoking Gun is a Bavarian-style smoked beer coming in at 4.6%. This dark ale blends German smoked malt, peat smoked malt, beach smoked pale malt and oak smoked wheat to give a roasted, savoury smooth flavour. Once brewed, the beer has also been injected with fresh hickory smoke.
Finally, Gyle 100 was brewed before Christmas and is the next stage in the development of our Imperial Stout. On the night we will be pouring this is one-off, untouched keg which has been conditioned for 3 months and is perfectly balanced at 11%.
See you at Brewdog #aleexploration
On Saturday 25th February we’ll be throwing open the doors of the brewery and releasing our freshly canned APA and a new coffee-infused 11% kegged Imperial Stout with BLK Coffee in Heaton.
The APA will also pouring on keg alongside Smoking Gun, a Bavarian-style smoked beer coming in at 4.6%, a 6.0% Chocolate & Vanilla Stout and Hop Haze will also make a return.
Will we also be releasing a new, single hop IPA. Full of fresh Mosaic, this fruity IPA is 6.0% and will be being poured direct from the tank for one day only!
On cask will be Oats & Milk, a 4.8% a dark roasted oatmeal stout combining naked roll oats with the sweetness of lactose creates a sweet, smooth full-bodied beer and a 4.0% session IPA.
We will have street food from Parmstar who will be bringing their legendary parmos, parmas and burgers and a range of Almasty merch to buy.
Join us at the brewery from 1-6pm
Check out our map for directions.
See you there! #aleexploration
We are celebrating St. Valentine’s Day by showing some love for the can.
Last year to celebrate our second birthday, APA became the very first Almasty beer to be canned.
We are doing it again this year with a new, bolder version of this punchy, tropical, US hop-forward 5.1% pale ale.