Organised by CAMRA - the Campaign for Real Ale - the Cotswold Beer Festival is a celebration of local ales, beers, ciders and perries. Taking place annually, the festival offers visitors from far and wide the opportunity to sample the many different local tipples on offer. CAMRA is a prestigious organisation who campaign to have good quality real ales, ciders and perries available to consumers in pubs and clubs in every community. Since being founded in 1971, the organisation is currently thriving with over 188,000 members from around the world. Through their tireless campaigning, real ale is now produced by over 1,500 breweries across the UK - a tenfold increase since the campaign started in 1971. Goffs selection on offer included the award winning Cheltenham Gold at 4.5% ABV and their dark, ruby beer, [...]
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GOFF’S CHELTENHAM GOLD CUP BEER! With the Cheltenham Gold Cup just around the corner, now is the time to introduce our NEW BREW! The Cheltenham Festival epitomises and encompasses everything that is great about Jump racing - Lets enjoy this wonderful event with a spectacularly good pint of Cheltenham Gold Cup! A bit about Cheltenham Gold Ale... This classic APA ( American pale ale ) has a bright gold appearance with a white head that clings well. The aroma is hoppy and complex . In a pint glass the aroma is earthy with hints of citrus and pine , pour it into a tulip and the aroma becomes more fruit forward , with notes of mango , guava and passion fruit along with hints of pine. Malt is present in the aroma although low. Much of the aroma is present [...]
Our Blackberry Porter Christmas Ale A new recipe for 2016, a delicious blackberry porter. Chocolate malts give a rich, dark look and feel to this beer and the natural blackberry flavouring gives a wonderful fruitiness in the aroma and taste. If you are interested in this delicious winter ale then please contact us. We are taking orders for supplies from the start of December.