Wednesday 20 October 2010

Hop and Apple Festival at the White Cross

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The White Cross Inn at Groeswen, Caerphilly will be holding a 'Hop and Apple Festival' this weekend (October 23rd-24th). With ciders from Gwynt Y Ddraig and Blaengawny and the following list of beers it looks like a good weekend.
Moors (Somerset)
Revival 3.8%
A hoppy and refreshing bitter, light in colour but not in flavour

Woodlands (Nantwich)
Bees Knees 4.5%
A nutty, tan coloured beer influenced by the taste of Acacia honey

Vale of Glamorgan (Barry)
Wheats Occurring 5%
Refreshingly dry clear wheat beer, delicately flavoured with fine saaz hops

Box Steam (Wiltshire)
Chuffin Ale 4%
A traditional best, dark amber in colour light fragrant nose and pleasing hoppy character

Bullmastiff (Cardiff)
Special reserve 6.5%
A powerful ruby strong ale, well hopped with after taste of Butterscotch

Heart of Wales (Llanwrtyd Wells)
Welsh Black 4.4%
A fine Champion stout, full of liquorice flavour

Cotswold Spring (Gloucester)
Honey Bear 5.2%
A honey Wheat beer, smooth finish with honey aroma and taste

Goffs (Cheltenham)
Merlin 4.3%
Straw coloured hoppy ale

White Cross Inn
CF15 7UT
From 12 Noon Till Late
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