Cask & KeyKeg Beer List - St Ives 2018

For St Ives 'Booze on the Ouse' 2018, we plan to serve approximately 66 cask conditioned beers and 10 KeyKeg beers over the course of the festival, sourced from both well-established independent breweries and the newer 'craft' micro-breweries. As usual, a range of great beers from East Anglia and the East Midlands will be on offer, including more than 35 'LocAles' (which are brewed within around 30 miles of the festival). We also have a wide range of cask beers from across the UK.

Sponsor a Cask! We are inviting companies, pubs and individuals to sponsor a cask of beer (or a tub/box of cider). The cost of this is £35 per cask and you will receive 2 free entry tickets, 2 free souvenir festival glasses and £10 worth of beer tokens. If you are interested, you can select which beer/cider you would like to sponsor - this will be on a first come first served basis. Names of companies, pubs or individuals will then be displayed on the product they are sponsoring. You are welcome to bring along advertising flyers etc. to put on the tables. Please contact ku.gro.armac.stnuh@pihsrosnops if you would like to sponsor a cask or if you have any questions

Please scroll down to see the cask conditioned and KeyKeg beers that we plan to offer during the course of the festival. It is possible there will be a few changes in the run up to the festival, so please check back here regularly for the latest updates!


Cask Conditioned Beers

Abbeydale - Moonshine (4.3%) Sheffield, S Yorks - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: Well balanced pale ale, perfect for any occasion. Hopped with Willamette, Delta, Citra, Chinook & Centennial

Acorn - Barnsley Bitter (3.8%) Barnsley, S Yorks - Joint Bronze Bitter CBOB 2018 - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Bitter - Notes: Brewed using the finest quality Maris Otter malt and English hops. Chestnut in colour, having a well rounded, rich flavour, it retains a lasting bitter finish.

Angles Ales - Doctor's Orders (6.0%) Peterborough LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Speciality - Notes: Old fashioned German-style premium lager.

Angles Ales - Happy Paranoids (3.7%) Peterborough LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: Old Scottish-style bitter with a slight citrus finish.

Bank Top - Flat Cap (4.0%) Bolton, Lancs - Joint Bronze Bitter CBOB 2018 - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Bitter  - Notes: A pale bitter with a citrus aroma and hoppy citrus finish.

Bays Brewery - Devon Dumpling (5.1%) Congleton, Cheshire - Silver Strong Bitter CBOB 2018 - Sponsored by Staffords Chartered Accountants
Style: Strong Bitter - Notes: A strong golden beer with a fresh hop character. This ale has a smooth taste with a balanced sweetness throughout.

Big Lamp - Keelman Brown (5.7%) Newburn, Tyne & Wear - Sponsored by Graham Mulchinock - Branch Treasurer
Style: Strong Bitter - Notes: A good, clean, tasty bitter.

Boudicca - Queen of Hops (3.7%) Harleston, Norfolk - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: A soft fruity aroma, rounded and grassy with hints of marmalade. Followed by a tangy burst of hops on the palate, with some underpinning of malt and bitterness.

Cairngorm - Black Gold (4.4%) Aviemore, Inverness-shire - Bronze Overall CWBOB 2018, Silver Stout CWBOB 2018 - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Stout - Notes: Roast malt dominates throughout, slight smokiness in aroma leading to a liquorice and blackcurrant background taste giving it a background sweetness. Very long, dry bitter finish

Colchester - Brazilian Coffee & Vanilla Porter (4.6%) Colchester, Essex - Gold Speciality CBOB 2018 - Sponsored by Darren Ferris - CAMRA Member
Style: Speciality - Notes: Multiple award winning coffee and vanilla porter. Not at all shy on flavour but beautifully balanced. Coffee, Vanilla

Derventio - Cleopatra (5.0%) Darley Abbey, Derbyshire - Bronze Speciality CBOB 2018 - Sponsored by Mitsa Ltd
Style: Speciality - Notes: An apricot flavoured pale beer using First Gold hops, amalgamated to produce this award winning, easy drinking, glorious beer.

Digfield Ales - Chiffchaff (3.9%) Barnwell, Northants LocAle - Sponsored by The Wildlife Trust - Huntingdonshire Local Group
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: A clean, crisp amber-gold pale ale with a distinct hoppy aroma.

Digfield Ales - Fool's Nook (3.8%) Barnwell, Northants LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: Golden Summer bitter well hopped with a refreshing citrus aftertaste.

Digfield Ales - Shacklebush (4.5%) Barnwell, Northants LocAle - Sponsored by John Anderson of Impala Consulting supporting Sustainable Brewing
Style: Best Bitter - Notes: This amber brew begins with a balance of malt & hop on the nose which develops on the palate, complemented by a mounting bitterness. Good dry finish with lingering malt notes.

Exmoor - Beast (6.6%) Wiveliscombe, Somerset - Bronze Barley Wine & Strong Old Ales CWBOB 2018 - Sponsored by Huntingdon Handyman 'Your Local TREXpro
Style: Barley Wine - Notes: Brewed with a mix of pale ale, chocolate and crystal malts, and hopped with Goldings, Challenger and Brewers Gold, it is dark mahogany-brown in colour, with the merest hint of crimson tints at its edge. Lush rich aromas of toffee, treacle. Mocha coffee, vinous fruit and chocolate swirl above the glass. There’s more complexity on the palate with rich fruitcake, a hint of rum, more Mocha coffee, an herbal hoppiness, vinous fruit, while the bittersweet finish is smooth yet complex, rich but not cloying.

Fat Cat - Fat Cat Bitter (3.8%) Norwich, Norfolk - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Bitter - Notes: A pale gold bitter, with distinct floral, citrus aromas. The subtle blend of classic English pale malts gives a distinctive taste, which blends well with the hop bitterness to give a well-balanced flavour.

Fat Cat - Marmalade Cat (5.5%) Norwich, Norfolk - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Strong Bitter - Notes: Orange and malt pervades both aroma and taste. A full bodied mix of balanced flavours. A bittersweet finish with hoppiness.

Fixed Wheel - Blackheath Stout (5.0%) Blackheath, Worcestershire - Bronze Stout CWBOB 2018 - Sponsored by Ray London - Branch Committee Member
Style: Stout - Notes: Full Bodied fruity stout, brewed with New Zealand and English hops to give an Oaky bitterness and a dark fruits finish.

Golden Triangle - Hoptriptic (4.2%) Norfolk, Norwich - Sponsored by Ridgeons
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: A new pale ale, a hoppy pale ale brewed with three of the best American hops , Mosaic, Citra and Simcoe.

Grain - Lignum Vitae (6.5%) Harleston, Norfolk - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Strong Bitter - Notes: Indian pale ale, light on the palate, bursting with juicy, tropical fruit hop flavours.

Grain - Redwood (4.3%) Harleston, Norfolk - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Best Bitter - Notes: Rich red ale with zesty lingering hop character.

Grain - Slate (6.0%) Harleston, Norfolk - Bronze Porters CWBOB 2018 - Sponsored by Staffords Chartered Accountants
Style: Porter - Notes: Smooth, rich, creamy and complex smoked porter.

Green Jack - Trawler Boys (4.6%) Lowestoft, Norfolk - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Best Bitter - Notes: Full-bodied and a dark copper-coloured premium bitter with chocolate, fruit, malt and hop flavours. This Best Bitter has been named after the nickname of Lowestoft Town Football Club as Green Jacks new flagship brewery is opposite Lowestoft’s Crown Meadow stadium.

Greene King - XX Mild (3.0%) Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk  LocAle - Gold Mild CBOB 2018 - Sponsored by St Ives Corn Exchange
Style: Mild - Notes: This is a cask mild traditionally brewed using dark malt to give a sweet and roasted flavour.

Hambleton - Nightmare Porter (5.0%) Melmerby, Ripon, N Yorks - Sponsored by Clive Parcell - CAMRA Member
Style: Porter - Notes: Massively flavoured 4 malt porter.

Humpty Dumpty - Golden Gorse (5.4%) Norfolk, Reedham - Sponsored by Staffords Chartered Accountants
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: Brewed as a blonde ale style beer. Very light in colour and with a balanced hoppy finish

Lord Conrads - Spectrum (4.0%) Dry Drayton, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by Staffords Chartered Accountants
Style: Bitter - Notes: Pale English bitter made with green nettle and English hops. Unfined

Lord Conrads - Spiffing Wheeze (3.9%) Dry Drayton, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by John Anderson of Impala Consulting supporting Sustainable Brewing
Style: Speciality - Notes: Dry pale lager brewed with American hops and finished with Lemongrass. Contains Lemongrass

Mighty Oak - Captain Bob (3.8%) Maldon, Essex - Silver Bitter CBOB 2018 - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Bitter - Notes: A traditional deep amber coloured bitter brewed with Nelson Sauvin hop from New Zealand. The aroma is fruity and hoppy; on the palate there is a slightly sweet maltiness that balances an easy going bitterness that is followed by hints of gooseberry, elderflower and grape in the finish.

Milestone - Loxley  (4.2%) Newark, Notts - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: Light golden ale, lemongrass and honey on the nose that prevail on the palette.

Milestone - Sherwood Pale (3.9%) Newark, Notts - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: A session ale with crisp, clean, refreshing citrus notes.

Mordue - Workie Ticket (4.5%) North Shields, Tyneside - Bronze Overall CBOB 2018, Gold Best Bitter CBOB 2018 - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Best Bitter - Notes: A tasty, complex beer with malt and hops throughout and a long, satisfying bitter finish.

Nene Valley Brewery - Egyptian Cream (4.5%) Oundle, Northants LocAle - Sponsored by Matt George - CAMRA Member
Style: Stout - Notes: Milk stout with a velvety mouth-feel & a deep, full richness, created with a range of malts & flaked oats with a little extra lactose sweetness. Gluten Free

Nene Valley Brewery - Leeroy (5.5%) Oundle, Northants LocAle - Sponsored by Bits & PC's
Style: Speciality - Notes: Hugely hoppy and fruity pale ale. Oats and aromatic malt give the beer a big mouthfeel with a hint of maltiness. Very little bitterness but a huge hop hit from the Simcoe and Ekuanot lupulin powder added post fermentation. Unfined, Gluten Free

Nene Valley Brewery - Manhattan Project (4.0%) Oundle, Northants LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Bitter - Notes: A light and refreshing beer with lots of citrus and tropical flavours from the Mandarina, Citra and Eureka hops. Gluten Free

Nene Valley Brewery - Pulping on your Stereo (4.5%) Oundle, Northants LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Speciality - Notes: Packed full of Mandarina & Citra hops plus loads of fresh oranges. Brewed with our friends from Pint Shop Oxford. Unfined, Gluten Free

New River - Isle of Rye (5.2%) Hoddesdon, Herts - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Speciality - Notes: Light amber rye pale ale with distinctive aromas of orange and mango, a smooth mouthfeel and a long peppery finish.

New River - Twin Spring (4.7%) Hoddesdon, Herts - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: Golden ale with a light creamy head; brewed with Caramalt providing mellow, caramel flavours and Wai-iti hops from New Zealand creating a wonderful aroma of mandarin, lemon and lime zest.

Norfolk Brewhouse - Ruby Ale (4.0%) Fakenham, Norfolk - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Bitter  - Notes: A ruby-coloured bitter with a rich, spicy, roasted aroma and a full, malty body, resulting in a full-bodied mouthfeel and exciting finish

Oakham - Citra (4.2%) Peterborough LocAle - Sponsored by Oakham Ales
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: Refreshing grapefruit and peach aroma and flavour characterise this golden ale. Bittersweet palate gives way to a long dry aftertaste.

Oakham - Scarlett Macaw (4.4%) Peterborough LocAle - Sponsored by Oakham Ales
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: Exciting fruity hop flavours and an intensely refreshing bitterness that's as sharp as a Macaw's screech!

Potton Brewing Co - Hard Times (4.6%) Sandy, Beds LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Best Bitter - Notes: A new American brown ale, dark red, full bodied with a big whack of US hops.

Potton Brewing Co - Nice Pint of Beer (4.3%) Sandy, Beds LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Best Bitter - Notes: A traditional best bitter, more to the malty than bitter side made with classic UK hops.

Purple Cow - Holy Cow (4.6%) Kettering, Northants LocAle - Sponsored by Irvine Knight ICT Solutions
Style: Speciality - Notes: An ale that has all the chocolate and roasted nut flavour of a classic porter with a sweet vanilla aftertaste.

Purple Cow - Silly Cow (4.2%) Kettering, Northants LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Best Bitter - Notes: This is a smooth, blonde ale that is made with two types of malt. We add hops from the UK for bittering, followed by a blend of UK and New Zealand hops for aroma, giving this ale an earthy, stone fruit flavour with a spicy, peppery bitter finish.

Rocket Ales - Black Arrow London Smoked Porter (4.0%) Great Staughton, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Speciality - Notes: Pale ale malt, smoked malt and chocolate rye malt all fired up with our trademark admiral hops give this porter a dark robust body and pronounced smoky flavour.

Rocket Ales - The Sidewinder (4.0%) Great Staughton, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Best Bitter - Notes: This refreshing hoppy session ale contains Maris Otter malt, German Magnum and New Zealand motueka hops carefully blended to produce a lively lifted lemon and lime notes followed by a subtle background impression of tropical fruits.

Salopian - Darwin's Origin (4.3%) Hadnall, Shrops - Joint Bronze Best Bitter CBOB 2018 - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Best Bitter - Notes: A copper coloured beer that evolves with a pronounced hop character which leads to a refined malt finish.

Salopian - Oracle (4.0%) Hadnall, Salop - Gold Golden Ales CBOB 2018 - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: Oracle is a crisp, sparklingly sunflower gold ale with a striking hop profile. Dry and refreshing with a long citrus aromatic finish.

Salopian - Hoptwister (4.5%) Hadnall, Salop - Silver Golden Ales CBOB - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: The palate is fresh, piercing and focused, with soft malt overtones and pronounced citrus flavours. A strong focus of taut, lemony, grapefruit on the finish which is balanced by a dry bitterness.

Son of Sid - Brew House Blues (6.0%) Little Gransden, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by Anauel
Style: Porter - Notes: A porter chocolate aroma with a full chocolate taste balanced by a slightly grassy dry finish.

Son of Sid - Golden Shower (4.1%) Little Gransden, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: Full bodied golden ale with a citrus balanced finish.

The 3 Brewers of St Albans - IPA (4.6%) St Albans, Herts - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Strong Bitter - Notes: Golden colour with an orange tint, brewed with five hops from the UK and USA and fermented longer to give a clean and dry finish  

The 3 Brewers of St Albans - Porter (5.2%) St Albans, Herts - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Porter - Notes: Dark, strong and with a large amount of Chocolate Malt to give the beer it’s distinctive smoky / coffee tones – this is a beer to be savoured.  Gold Medal winner - Hertfordshire Beer of the Year (St Albans Beer Festival 2018)

The Dark Star Brewing Company - Revelation (5.7%) Partridge Green, Sussex - Gold Strong Bitter CBOB 2018 - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Strong Bitter - Notes: A blend of Columbus, Chinook, Cascade, Crystal and Warrior aroma hops by the sack full - then dry hopped during conditioning.

Three Blind Mice - Lord Glucan (5.3%) Little Downham, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: Collaboration brew with Baker’s Dozen brewing co. A Citra New England I.P.A. brewed using a New England style Yeast and mountains of Citra hops to produce the hoppiest, juiciest I.P.A we have made to date. Unfined/Vegan

Three Blind Mice - Mosaic (4.2%) Little Downham, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by Ridgeons
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: Part of our single hop series, this time show casing mosaic. Lots of blueberry and tropical fruit flavour Backed up with a smooth creamy malt base. Unfined/Vegan

Titanic - Plum Porter (4.9%) Stoke on Trent, Staffs - Sponsored by Juliet Ferris 'Our Very Social Secretary'!
Style: Porter - Notes: This beer is dark strong and well rounded; the richness of such a rotund beer is brought to an even keel by the late addition of Goldings hops and natural plum flavouring. Take the opportunity and go for the low hanging fruit, this sumptuous beer really is a plum!

Wantsum Brewery - Black Prince (3.9%) Canterbury, Kent - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Mild - Notes: The eldest son of Edward III who was married to Joan of Kent and buried in Canterbury Cathedral. A rich, full bodied Kent mild, smooth on the pallet with subtle hop notes. Gold Medal at the South East Regional Championship - September 2015. SIBA National Silver award 2016.

Wantsum Brewery - Dynamo (4.3%) Canterbury, Kent - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: Named to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Dunkirk evacuation, launched from these very Kentish shores. A crisp, light golden ale, fruity and floral with an orange citrus twist.

Windsor & Eaton - Knight of the Garter (3.8%) Windsor, Berks - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: A straw coloured golden ale with an initial hit of cut grapefruit zest giving way to a deliciously sharp sherbet finish.


Brewery Bar sponsored by Papworth Brewery

Papworth Brewery - Crystal Ship (4.2%) Earith, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by Irvine Knight ICT Solutions
Style: Best Bitter - Notes: Pale ale with a crisp pilsen body, providing bitter pine notes & a strong citrus finish,

Papworth Brewery - Half Nelson (4.2%) Earith, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Best Bitter - Notes: Ruby/deep amber ale. Malty notes are balanced with New Zealand hops to provide a delightfully fresh and zesty finish

Papworth Brewery - Koura  (5.7%) Earith, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Speciality - Notes: Fruity wheat beer brewed with Australian & New Zealand hops. Strong fruit flavours & a banana finish.

Papworth Brewery - Red Kite (4.5%) Earith, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by The Wildlife Trust - Huntingdonshire Local Group
Style: Strong Bitter - Notes: Ruby IPA. Well balanced with four different malts and a long, strong hop finish, bursting with tropical fruit flavours from the gratuitous overuse of hops

Papworth Brewery - Robin Goodfellow (5.4%) Earith, Cambs LocAle - Finalist Strong Bitter CBOB 2018 - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Strong Bitter - Notes: Full bodied dark ale brewed with molasses. Dark fruit flavours with a velvety hop finish.

Papworth Brewery - Whispering Grass (3.8%) Earith, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Bitter - Notes: A pale golden bitter with a subtle malt aroma and strong hop finish from the East Kent Goldings


Key Keg Beers

Nene Valley Brewery - Bitter & Orange (5.5%) Oundle, Northants LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Speciality - Notes: Based on an Old Fashioned cocktail. Lots of orange and complex bittersweet flavours.

Nene Valley Brewery - Pulping on your Stereo (4.5%) Oundle, Northants LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Speciality - Notes: Packed full of Mandarina & Citra hops plus loads of fresh oranges. Brewed with our friends from Pint Shop Oxford. Gluten Free

Thornbridge - AM:PM (4.5%) Bakewell, Derbyshire - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Best Bitter - Notes: Bags of tropical fruit aromas, pineapple, tangerine, guava and passion fruit are balanced with a chewy, honeyed malt character.

Three Blind Mice - Fags & Coffee (8.0%) Little Downham, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Stout - Notes: A smoked coffee stout. This year’s batch using a Rwandan coffee Musasa Ruli from our neighbours Silver Oak Coffee. A rich and Smokey stout with masses of body complex malt flavours. Unfined/Vegan

Three Blind Mice - Hazel Weiss (5.0%) Little Downham, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Speciality - Notes: The winning beer from NCBW home brew competition. A classic German Hefeweizen, delivering lots of the banana and clove from the yeast and classic malt base of wheat and lager complete this beer. Unfined/Vegan

Three Blind Mice - Lord Glucan (5.3%) Little Downham, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by Luke Geere of Pro Martial Arts Schools
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: Collaboration brew with Baker’s Dozen brewing co. A Citra New England I.P.A. brewed using a New England style Yeast and mountains of Citra hops to produce the hoppiest, juiciest I.P.A we have made to date. Unfined/Vegan

Three Blind Mice - Mosaic (4.2%) Little Downham, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Golden Ale - Notes: Part of our single hop series, this time show casing mosaic. Lots of blueberry and tropical fruit flavour Backed up with a smooth creamy malt base. Unfined/Vegan

Three Blind Mice - Raspberry Cheesecake (3.8%) Little Downham, Cambs LocAle - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Speciality - Notes: A thick and creamy malt base from oats & lactose, balances nicely with the tartness of raspberries. Unfined

Tiny Rebel - Frambuzi (4.3%) Newport, Gwent - Sponsored by [Available to sponsor]
Style: Speciality - Notes: The breweries first ever sour beer! Packed to the brim with the plumpest, juiciest little raspberries we could get our hands on. We've fired them into this kettle soured little vigilante like a drive-by in the fruit aisle. Splat, splat, splat!

Wild Beer - Millionaire (4.7%) Evercreech, Somerset - Sponsored by Rory Way - Branch Committee Member
Style: Stout - Notes: Sweet and salty collide in this rich, balanced and smooth dessert stout. Lactose, caramel and high quality Valrhona cocoa nibs provide a chocolate and caramel backbone alongside the roasty malts whilst the Cornish Sea Salts gives a savoury salty kick, raising this beautiful beer above the norm.

CBOB = Champion Beer of Britain
LocAle = A beer brewed within approximately 30 miles of St Ives

Notes: We hope to be able to serve all of these beers during the course of the festival, but circumstances beyond our control mean the list is subject to change. Not all beers will be available at all times during the festival.

Allergen Information: These beers all contain gluten from barley, with the exception of Nene Valley beers (which are all gluten free). Many beers also contain gluten from wheat. For more information on allergens during the festival, please ask the Bar Managers or Festival Organiser.

Most cask beers are clarified by addition of isinglass finings. Although virtually no isinglass remains in the beer when poured, vegetarians may consider that fined beers are unsuitable for their diet (although they are of course acceptable for pescetarians). Isinglass was not added to beers that are marked unfined and these are therefore suitable for vegetarians. Unfined beers are often naturally hazy.

Click this link for Cider & Perry List - St Ives 2018


Updated: 17:33 20-OCT-18