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New from the brewery is ‘Misaligned’ Milk Stout

New from the brewery is ‘Misaligned’ Milk Stout

Milk stouts’ popularity has recently surged as this creamy variant of the traditional stout satisfies customer appetites for unique beers with interesting flavour profiles which are sweeter and less bitter due to the addition of lactose (milk sugars). ‘Misaligned’, a classic British style of stout is silky smooth and sweet from the addition of oats and milk. Milk Stouts are…

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Hail the Duchess 8.4% Belgian-Style Golden Beer

Hail the Duchess 8.4% Belgian-Style Golden Beer

The advent of the cool, crisp air ushers in the winter season and a search for the quintessential beer with an alcohol warmth, or that extra special beer to drink on Christmas day? In 2023 the Brewery created Duchess, a limited-edition beer originally planned to celebrate a decade of the Brewery in 2021 (mid-pandemic), and consequently released for this coming…

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(Beer) Reasons for the Seasons

(Beer) Reasons for the Seasons

The Brewery’s secret to making great cask beer is part science; part alchemy… with the ‘creativity’ in beer making rooted in the latter. This creativity is showcased though seasonal beers – a unique and exciting way to capture seasonal quintessence in a beer. Seasonal flavours are commonly recognised, although there are flavours that transcend seasons and form a year-round beer…

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Embracing Sustainability

Embracing Sustainability

Welbeck Abbey Brewery is continuously seeking ways to minimise its environmental impact by creating a dynamic, sustainability ethos throughout the brewery. A savvy move to in-house bottling has enabled them to realise several green goals: a reduction in beer transportation mileage, together with moving away from filtered and force-carbonated bottled beers to the more natural process of bottle-conditioning. One of…

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Jack Hawley – The Hatfield Eccentric

Jack Hawley – The Hatfield Eccentric

Jack Hawley was an eccentric character of the 19thC who came to reside in Hatfield, Doncaster. After running away from his privileged lifestyle he lived free of rules and expectation. He once said he preferred the life of a groom than a gentleman. Like it’s namesake, Jack Hawley at the Grange, is a micro pub that also relishes in marching…

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