New Local Beers

 31st March 2022

We’ve added a couple of trendy new local brewers to our collection.

Dhillon’s Brewery

An award-winning microbrewery situated in nearby Coventry and was founded in 2015. We are currently stocking a core range of six beers: Ambler Gambler, Fair Lady Pale Ale, Red Rebel IPA, Bright Eyes, SOTV Stout & Ghost Town Lager. The latter with a nod to The Specials,  most famous record about their hometown, Coventry, is selling really well. A rubbish pun on the brewery’s strapline – To keep it Re’ale

  • Ghost Town is a German Style Pilsner – 4.0%
  • Subtle citrus hints
  • Companied by sweet caramel and vanilla malty flavours
  • Asian Beer Challenge GOLD award winner 2020
  • Best Served: Cool calm and collected – from the fridge, 8 degrees Celsius
  • Suitable for vegans
Zero Six Brew Co

Another recent local brewery we have started stocking, Zero Six are based on the High Street in Lutterworth.

The brand is all about the good times. They have “created unique flavours  to compliment meals, to enhance the good times and to make sure all adults in the UK have access whatever you are into.”

Their range currently consists of just three beers and all three are now on sale in the farm shop.

Matoaka is a New Zealand IPA infused with passion fruit and grapefruit flavour notes to get your thirst quenched fast, abv of 4.5%.

Enchilager is made for Mexican nights. Perfect for spicy foods. You will get a wonderful lime flavour and an earthy jalapeno, with only a little kick at 4% abv

Flamingo is an IPA with a gorgeous taste twist of Mango but taken care of with a flash of hibiscus, abv of 5.5%

How to find us

We are easily accessible from Junction 2 of the M6 Motorway as well as from Coventry, Rugby and the surrounding area. We're situated just outside Stretton-under-Fosse on the B4027. For Sat Navs and Google Maps, our postcode is: CV23 0PE. A bus is available to Stretton-under-Fosse from Rugby and Coventry. The service number is 85, run by National Express Monday-Saturday and Stagecoach on Sunday.

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