"Curious Brew cans are easier to chill, lighter to carry and the perfect al-fresco drinking partner"
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Curious Brew 12 Can Case

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A premium lager of purity and freshness brewed using Galaxy and Cascade hops and finest English malted barley. Then for a cleaner, fruitier and more aromatic finish, re-fermented with Champagne yeast and a ‘dosage’ of rare Nelson Sauvin hops. 330ml can.


This is a lager for people who love beer.

12 Cans/Bottle Case
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Curious Brew is the perfect partner for the classic Friday night takeaway:

Fish & Chips:
Curious Brew cuts through the deep-fried batter and the aromatic citrus characters are ideal for pairing with fish such as cod and haddock.

Chinese or Thai:
Curious Brew cuts through oiliness of the food while its light body and delicate aromas make it an ideal match for oriental cuisine.

Curry:
The aromatic freshness of Curious Brew balances the spice while the citrus flavours and delicate fizz lifts the meat.

This beer is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Also available to the trade in 30 litre kegs and 33cl bottles.

The Curious Brewery

We have constructed a new state-of-the-art brewery in the heart of Ashford in Kent. Highly efficient and well sited for transport, you’ll be entertained, educated and refreshed in style by passionate friendly people. The custom-built brewery is open daily to the public and features a shop, restaurant and bar. Guided tours of the Brewery Hall are available as well as more in depth Brewery experiences, all of which include a beer tasting. The Curious Brewery makes a bold and positive statement about modern brewing in Britain and we will be inviting the world to come and have a beer with us.

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"Top Brews from our fine continent.
This lager is brewed in England for a drier, cleaner, fresher finish."

This gold-coloured lager is one of the best I've tried. It's aromatic, with nice exotic hoppy notes, and well balanced with refined fruity flavours and a tasty bitter hoppiness.
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