Our "FULL MEASURE" Porter is a full-on Black Beer.
The Measure was a small corner pub built in 1863 and demolished in 1983 when the area went from Residential to mostly industrial.
We used FULL MEASURE to describe our Porter, made up from 10 different grains, Black, Chocolate, Roast Barley, Crystal malt, Pale malt, Caramalt, Wheat, Torrified Wheat, Oats, and Flaked Barley. On FULL MEASURE Brew days the aroma in the brewery should be bottled, my favourite brew day..
The "TOP HOUSE" was a small pub
based on the High st in Hessle near Hull,
famous locally for its creamy Mild ale.
When working on our recipe we tried to achieve a Mild ale with hints of caramel and biscuit, but really concentrating on body and head retention.
The amount of positive feedback we have had has prompted us to make
this Ale our Flagship Ale.
The drinkers that remember the old "HULL BREWERY" have likened
our mild to the old "BREWERY MILD"
an iconic local brew.
A controversial historical character who has a magnificent
life size Golden statue dedicated to him in the centre of Hull.
With our bitter we have tried to create a tasty red ale with lots of body and a rich creamy head.
The main grains are Maris otter, Wheat, Torriffied Wheat and oats, the red colour is achieved with the addition of Red Crystal malt by Fawcetts ..
The "EARL DE GREY" was an iconic Hull pub,
with a reputation for the wilder side of life.
Built close to the old Queens dock where ships from all over the world would dock and be unloaded. The local bars were frequented by sailors with pockets full of money, and young ladies only too willing to help them spend it..!
We have created a refreshing pale ale using Yorkshire pale malts and tasty hops, our intention is to create a session ale with subtle citrus hop taste and aroma .
STAR OF THE WEST or STAR was a quirky Tudor style
pub in West street in the heart of Hull town centre.
Demolished in 1997 to make way for a Shopping centre.
We have based our Pilsner recipe on a Bavarian Pilsner style.
ALLERGY INFO, contains Barley, WHEAT, Oats, Hops and Yeast