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Thornbridge Brewery Tap Takeover Weekend and Tutored Tasting

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We are welcoming Thornbridge Brewery to the bar for a Weekend Tap Takeover! Join us from Thursday the 26th until Sunday the 29th April to enjoy beer from one of the UK’s most respected and oldest craft breweries.

Since they began brewing in 2005, Thornbridge has won over 350 awards for their modern beers and we’ll be pouring ten specially selected examples of a range of delicious styles. We will also have some rare beers make an appearance.

We will be pouring their special collaboration with The Five Points Brewing Company, a Mai Bock brewed for the Five Points' 5th birthday party celebrations on the 21st April.

This is a HUGE event, so don’t miss out on all of the fun, which will include a tap takeover, tutored tasting and a special food menu devised by the brewery and our Capish? kitchen to pair perfectly with the beers on offer.

On Thursday, 26th April, we will be joined by the Thornbridge team for a tutored tasting from 6pm-7:30pm. Tickets are available for £10 and include 5 beers. As a VERY special treat, ticketholders will also try Serpent, their celebrated collaboration with The Brooklyn Brewery. There aren’t many bottles of this left, so this will be one to remember! Tickets are limited, so be sure to grab yours now to avoid disappointment.

Join us all weekend long to enjoy the beers on offer and the special food menu, which will include options that are inspired by/ to be enjoyed with Thornbridge beers!

The tap takeover is free to attend.

The beer list:

Mai Bock collaboration with The Five Points (ABV TBC)
BA Raspberry Blonde (7%)
Cocoa Cocoa (Coconut Porter, 5.5%)
Pineapple Halcyon (Pineapple Imperial IPA, 7.4%)
Tzara (Koln Style Beer, 4.8%)
Blueberry & Passionfruit Tart Kettle Sour, 6%)
Jaipur (IPA, 5.9%)
AM:PM (Session IPA, 4.5%)
Bear State (West Coast IPA, 7%)
Vesa (Weisse, 5%)