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Great British Beer Showcase

   

Department for International Trade
The United Kingdom

Available beers

Robinson's Brewery Iron Maiden Trooper 4.7% ESB Trooper takes its name from the Iron Maiden song which is inspired by the famous Charge of the Light Brigade. Being a real ale enthusiast, vocalist Bruce Dickinson has developed a beer which has true depth of character.Trooper is a Premium British Beer inspired by Iron Maiden and handcrafted at Robinsons brewery. Malt flavours and citric notes from a unique blend of Bobec, Goldings and Cascade hops dominate this deep golden ale with a subtle hint of lemon
Robinson's Brewery Iron Maiden Trooper Fear of The Dark Stout 4.5% Stout English dark roasted chocolate stout.
Greene King Abbot Ale 5% ESB Hailed by the late beer writer Michael Jackson as ‘one of the great characters of the beer world’, Abbot Ale is brewed for quality of the highest order. Abbot is an irresistible ale with masses of fruit characters, a malty richness and superb hop balance. It is brewed longer to a unique recipe, which makes it the full-flavoured, smooth and mature beer it is today.
Greene King Old Speckled Hen 5% ESB Old Speckled Hen is in pubs and bars across the country in cask and also as a smooth version at 4.5% ABV. You can also enjoy ‘Old Speckled Hen’ in 500ml or 355ml bottles and 500ml cans at 5% ABV from all leading supermarkets and convenience outlets. And for the jet setters amongst us, you can even find it in 47 countries around the world, from Australia to the UAE. ‘Old Speckled Hen’ has a full, smooth flavour and is very easy to drink. Its rich amber colour and superb fruity aromas are complemented by a delicious blend of malty tastes. Toffee and malt combine with bitterness on the back of the tongue to give a balanced sweetness. This, all followed by a refreshingly dry finish.
Black Sheep Chocolate Orange Stout 6.1% Chocolate Orange Stout Black Sheep was established by Paul Theakston (of Theakston’s fame) in 1992 in Masham, North Yorkshire. For this stout, big chocolate notes arise from the blend of dark chocolate malt used in the mash. Flaked oats are also used to add a velvet-like body.
Black Sheep Milk Stout Milk Stout For the first time ever, we've included a stout into our seasonal offering of beers. Before you ask, it isn't made from Sheep's milk! Inspired by the dark northern nights in early winter and the diverse flavours of dark beers, Milk Stout has been meticulously forged to offer a powerful pint that is unbelievably easy drinking. This is a silky, creamy stout packing notes of chocolate, vanilla and coffee. Brewed with lactose and a robust malt blend, this Milk Stout offers a satisfying sweetness that cuts against a light bitterness, brought together through an irresistible velvet texture. Brewed with lactose to create the silky, delicious pint.
Shepherd Neame Spitfire Amber Kentish Ale 4.5% Amber Kentish Ale This 4.2% Kentish ale (bottle 4.5%) was first brewed in 1990 to celebrate the Battle of Britain which was fought in the skies above Kent 50 years earlier. The beer is named after the legendary Spitfire aeroplane designed by RJ Mitchell. The versatility of the aircraft and the courage of its pilots were essential to victory and were a key symbol of the spirit of that time.
Shepherd Neame Bishops Finger Ale 5.2% ESB Fashioned on a firm, fruity foundation of Crystal malt, this rich, ruby-coloured Kent classic belies its burly appearance with a complexity of flavour. Mouth-filling fruit, prunes, plums and dried apricot and spiked with palate-prickling pepper, cinnamon and a soft bitter blood-orange finish.
Timothy Taylor's Brewery Landlord Ale 4.1% English Pale Ale The drinkers’ favourite, a 4.3% classic pale ale with a complex citrus and hoppy aroma. A recent survey revealed that Landlord has the highest proportion of drinkers who call it their favourite ale. And it has won more awards than any other beer, winning both CAMRA’s Champion Beer of Britain and the Brewing Industry Challenge Cup four times.
Wychwood Hobgoblin IPA 5.3% English IPA Heftily hopped & aroma packed, Hobgoblin IPA stays true to its ancestral traditions. Brewed with Fuggles, Goldings & Styrian hops & then amped up by the addition of some mighty American hops. This collision of Old & New World hops provides an explosion of tropical aroma & a juicy bitterness. Born out of character.
Theakston Old Peculier 5.6% Old Ale Old Peculier is possibly one of the country’s most well-known and loved ales. This unique, beautiful brew is often imitated but never matched and is sold literally all over the world. With countless awards to its credit, it is something of which every Briton can be very proud and is the epitome of the greatest of British brewing tradition. In the early years of the modern brewing era, about two hundred years ago, many brewers produced a dark, strong ‘stock’ beer in the winter months, to provide a base amount of fermented beer to add to beers brewed in the rather more volatile months of the summer. Old Peculier probably owes its origins to this. The name pays tribute to the unique ecclesiastical status of Masham as a ‘Court of the Peculier’ and is also reference to the strong characteristic of the beer! For many years it was affectionately referred to as Yorkshire’s ‘Lunatic’s Broth’.
Badger Beers (Hall & Woodhouse) The Cranborne Poacher 5.7% Strong Ale Crystal and chocolate malts provide a full-bodied taste with sweet, complex flavours of damson and liquorice.