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‘Ging Real Ale Trial’ take a Trip on the Wild Side…

We always enjoy the reviews on YouTube from Stuart and Andrew’s Ging Real Ale Trail. Of course, we love it even more if they are reviewing our ale from Ennerdale Brewery! Take a look here to see the thumbs up they give to our Ennerdale Wild. 

It’s fantastic to have such support from Stuart and Andrew – they know their onions (well they know they’re beer!) and it was great to see them picking up on more and more hoppy aromas and subtle flavours as they supped on the Wild.

Well guys, English Pride will be available again for the Six Nations tournaments and for the first time, we are doing a bottled version too! We hope you’ll enjoy this as well and can’t wait to see feedback on YouTube. We hope we’ll be able to welcome you up here to the brewery later this year if you fancy a visit to Wild Ennerdale… Or perhaps you’d like to make up a team in our annual charity barrel run?

Ennerdale Brewery Charity Barrel Run

Our annual barrel run takes place in September

We are very grateful for all the coverage and support that we get from real ale fans. Do keep in touch with us on Facebook and Twitter– we love to hear what you think and always take note of suggestions.

Catch up soon x 

 

 

 

YouTube review: Ennerdale Brewery “Darkest” 

What would we do without those of you who have a passion for great beer? As a small microbrewery in the wilds of Ennerdale, to see a review of our three Cumbrian bottled beers on Youtube is a real treat! A big thanks to Stuart and Andrew Pickard for sharing their reviews and for making us all very happy! We rely on the quality of the brew and the enthusiasm of those who drink it to help spread the word about us, and we appreciate every bit of feedback.

Ging Real Ale Trail review Ennerdale Brewery Bottled BeerNatural ingredients and a whole lot of love and care go into brewing. It’s not only fantastic to know that they bought the beers in West Yorkshire so we’re reaching beyond Cumbria, but also to see their comments on their Facebook page and watch their commentary in the video below.

The bottled beers sit really well alongside our core range of real ale, and whilst we work all the time to increase the number of pubs and other venues who sell our casks, whether permanently or as a guest beer, the feedback on the bottles has been very positive as people are enjoying being able to drink it anytime, anyplace, anywhere!

Now that we have added Wild Ennerdale to our core brewing, we’ve got a great range across the ABVs and colours to suit many tastes.

Added to that, it’s about time to think about brewing our summer seasonal ale “Copper”! We’ll wait til we get two consecutive sunny days… or maybe not – we might be waiting a while!! But hey, the sun is always shining with a good pint of ale in your hands, so we’d better get our skates on!

Here’s Stuart and Andrew’s critique of Darkest. Follow them to see the other ales reviewed on Youtube!