For our Tryanuary event this year, we have rounded up some of the best up-and-coming breweries from around the UK. These breweries are all pretty new but are already doing some stonkingly good beer. It’s a perfect opportunity to try some great beer from breweries you may not have tried before.
Below is the full line up:
Duration/Verdant | If We Must | DIPA 8%
Duration are based in West Norfolk with a focus on farmhouse brewing, with a yeast-forward core range and specials focusing on wild and spontaneous fermentation and also using ingredients from local producers. This collaboration with Duration is a big juicy DIPA that uses grape must for a drier finish.
Wander Beyond | Daydream | Pale Ale 6.8%
Manchester’s hottest new brewery are known for their decadent porters, crazy sours and fruity pales. Daydream is a new pale ale with notes of oranges & pine. It's full of flavour but dangerously easy to drink!
GlassHouse | Pontiac Bandit | Pale Ale 4.2%
GlassHouse has shot up to the 3rd highest-rated brewery in the UK on Untappd. They haven’t been going long but have been producing some stunning hop-forward hazy pales. Potanic Bandit is their latest offering, super fresh, super hazy and super juicy!
Yonder Brewing & Blending | Fermhouse | Farmhouse 3.8%
Yonder are based in Somerset and have a passion for foraging, flavour and fermentation. Fermhouse is a farmhouse saison with a tart & crisp base with gentle herbal fruitiness.
Double Barrel | Red Jungle Fowl | Raspberry & Beetroot Gose 4.7%
These guys, based in Reading, opened their brewery tap late last year. Their speciality is stouts & sours, with a few pales thrown in for good measure. This gose is full of fruity tartness with hints of earthy spice.
Liquid Light | Into the Void | Coffee Porter 5.6%
Based in Nottingham, Liquid Light have been quietly knocking out consistently great beer in a range of innovative styles. Into The Void is a luscious porter laced with Brazilian coffee for an extra roasted kick.