Day 7. Beer 1 – Elmtree Beers – Snetterton Scary Tree

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First beer today is Elmtree Beers from Snetterton, and their Snetterton Scary Tree. This is 4.5% bottle conditioned bitter, named after an old tree covered in ivy by the Snetterton race circuit. Its shape was quite scary, but it’s scary no more as it succumbed to storm Ciara earlier in the year. This deep chestnut brown beer has bitter-sweet malts on the tongue and fruity Cascade hops on the nose are rounded off by a delicious zesty finish. A flavoursome quality bitter, suitable for vegans. Pubs where Elmtree beers may be found on occasions are North Elmham Railway Arms, The Bell Hempton, Hop In, North Walsham or the Cock Inn, Dereham. Bottles can be found at The Real Ale Shop, Branthill or The Giddy Goat, Sheringham.  Cheers

Don’t forget our giveaways. Draw 2 closes on Friday 16th at 6pm. T&C’s www.fakenhambeerfest.co.uk/tcs


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