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Wantsum Brewery  - Black Pig - Baltic Porter

Wantsum Brewery - Black Pig - Baltic Porter

Wantsum Brewery - Black Pig - Baltic Porter - 4.8%abv - 500ml Bottle

 

Nickname for the Spanish Armada, whose wreckage was washed up on the coast near Deal after they were sunk by the English fleet and weather. Adapted from an imperial Russian porter recipe, this beer is incredibly smooth with burnt chocolate and smoky malt notes mixed with delicate hop bitterness and floral notes.

 

Meet the Brewery

 

Wantsum brewery began in  2009, when James Sandy started brewing “Fortitude” the first of what has become an extensive range of beers all named after people or pivotal events in Kent’s history.

Wantsum Brewery takes its name from the Wantsum Channel, the watercourse separating the Isle of Thanet and what was the mainland of the English county of Kent. During the time of King Henry VIII, this channel was the mooring place of the King’s Fleet.

The brewery sits on what was one of the major tributaries to the Wantsum Channel.

The channel was originally guarded by two forts, Reculver and Richborough.

The iconic Wantsum crest was designed by local artist Tom Miles and is an adaption of the twin turreted Reculver tower.

Today the brewery proudly produces 9 Core Beers all year round and many seasonal/special ales using British barley and a variety of hops from around the world including, of course, the excellent hops from Kent.

Wantsum Brewery  - Imperium - Kent Best Bitter

Wantsum Brewery - Imperium - Kent Best Bitter

Wantsum - Imperium - Kent Best Bitter - 4.0%abv - 500ml Bottle

 

The name used to describe King Ethelbert’s true rule over the other sub kingdoms of Kent. A deep amber Best Bitter with smooth biscuit malts and a hoppy nose. Brewed exclusively with locally grown Kent Bullion hops.

 

Meet the Brewery

 

Wantsum brewery began in  2009, when James Sandy started brewing “Fortitude” the first of what has become an extensive range of beers all named after people or pivotal events in Kent’s history.

Wantsum Brewery takes its name from the Wantsum Channel, the watercourse separating the Isle of Thanet and what was the mainland of the English county of Kent. During the time of King Henry VIII, this channel was the mooring place of the King’s Fleet.

The brewery sits on what was one of the major tributaries to the Wantsum Channel.

The channel was originally guarded by two forts, Reculver and Richborough.

The iconic Wantsum crest was designed by local artist Tom Miles and is an adaption of the twin turreted Reculver tower.

Today the brewery proudly produces 9 Core Beers all year round and many seasonal/special ales using British barley and a variety of hops from around the world including, of course, the excellent hops from Kent.

Wantsum Brewery - Dynamo – Light Golden Ale

Wantsum Brewery - Dynamo – Light Golden Ale

Wantsum Brewery - Dynamo – Light Golden Ale - 4.3% abv - 500ml Bottles

 

A crisp light refreshing Golden Ale, delicately hopped to give a well balanced light fruity floral flavour and aroma.

 

Hops: Willamette, Dana, First Gold, Chinook

 

Wantsum Brewery - Fortitude - Premium Ale

Wantsum Brewery - Fortitude - Premium Ale

Wantsum - Fortitude - Premium Ale - 4.2%abv 500ml Bottle 

 

Premium Ale – 4.6% Hops: Cascade, Willamette, Amarillo, Goldings Allergens: BARLEY

 

Meet the Brewery

 

Wantsum brewery began in  2009, when James Sandy started brewing “Fortitude” the first of what has become an extensive range of beers all named after people or pivotal events in Kent’s history.

Wantsum Brewery takes its name from the Wantsum Channel, the watercourse separating the Isle of Thanet and what was the mainland of the English county of Kent. During the time of King Henry VIII, this channel was the mooring place of the King’s Fleet.

The brewery sits on what was one of the major tributaries to the Wantsum Channel.

The channel was originally guarded by two forts, Reculver and Richborough.

The iconic Wantsum crest was designed by local artist Tom Miles and is an adaption of the twin turreted Reculver tower.

Today the brewery proudly produces 9 Core Beers all year round and many seasonal/special ales using British barley and a variety of hops from around the world including, of course, the excellent hops from Kent.

Wantsum Brewery - Golgotha - Oatmeal Stout

Wantsum Brewery - Golgotha - Oatmeal Stout

Wantsum - Golgotha – Oatmeal Stout - 5.5% ABV - 500ml Bottle

 

A rich, deep and broad malt base gives this stout a very long smooth finish with plenty of oats for added body and creaminess. Hops are prominent on the nose with blackcurrant, liquorice and cedar.

 

Ingredients: BARLEY, OATS, HOPS, YEAST, WATER

 

Meet the Brewery

 

Wantsum brewery began in  2009, when James Sandy started brewing “Fortitude” the first of what has become an extensive range of beers all named after people or pivotal events in Kent’s history.

Wantsum Brewery takes its name from the Wantsum Channel, the watercourse separating the Isle of Thanet and what was the mainland of the English county of Kent. During the time of King Henry VIII, this channel was the mooring place of the King’s Fleet.

The brewery sits on what was one of the major tributaries to the Wantsum Channel.

The channel was originally guarded by two forts, Reculver and Richborough.

The iconic Wantsum crest was designed by local artist Tom Miles and is an adaption of the twin turreted Reculver tower.

Today the brewery proudly produces 9 Core Beers all year round and many seasonal/special ales using British barley and a variety of hops from around the world including, of course, the excellent hops from Kent.

Wantsum Brewery - Ravening Wolf - New Zealand Rye IPA

Wantsum Brewery - Ravening Wolf - New Zealand Rye IPA

Wantsum - Ravening Wolf - New Zealand Rye IPA -  5.9%abv - 500ml Bottle

 

The nickname given to Odo, Earl of Kent and half brother of William the Conqueror who was tried for defrauding the crown. A strong New Zealand Pale Ale. Toasted biscuit and rye malt flavours support a pine lemon hop crispness with a hint of vanilla.

 

Meet the Brewery

 

Wantsum brewery began in  2009, when James Sandy started brewing “Fortitude” the first of what has become an extensive range of beers all named after people or pivotal events in Kent’s history.

Wantsum Brewery takes its name from the Wantsum Channel, the watercourse separating the Isle of Thanet and what was the mainland of the English county of Kent. During the time of King Henry VIII, this channel was the mooring place of the King’s Fleet.

The brewery sits on what was one of the major tributaries to the Wantsum Channel.

The channel was originally guarded by two forts, Reculver and Richborough.

The iconic Wantsum crest was designed by local artist Tom Miles and is an adaption of the twin turreted Reculver tower.

Today the brewery proudly produces 9 Core Beers all year round and many seasonal/special ales using British barley and a variety of hops from around the world including, of course, the excellent hops from Kent.

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