Rattle ‘N’ Hum’s Cask Festival – April 14th – 18th, 45 Casks

Our next Rattle ‘N’ Hum cask festival is scheduled for April 14th, starting on Wednesday and will continue until Sunday the 18th of April.. 20 rotating casks will be available at any given time, when 1 kicks another replaces it, through the week.

Cask list so far:

Brooklyn ‘Black Ops’

Kuhnhenn ‘Penetration Porter’

Troegs ‘Nugget Nectar’

Rogue ‘Chipolte’

The Bruery ‘Saison De Lente’

Cigar City ‘Humidor Series Maduro Brown’

Green Flash ‘West Coast IPA’

Smuttynose ‘Finest Kind IPA’

Blue Point ‘Rasta Far Rye’

Stone ‘Arrogant Bastard’

Brooklyn ‘Brewmaster Reserve Backbreaker’

Victory ‘Storm King Stout’

Speakeasy ‘Big Daddy’

Lagunitas ‘Wico Tango Foxtrot’

Lagunitas ‘IPA’

Lagunitas ‘Hairy Eyeball’

2 Brothers ‘Cane and Ebel

Green Flash Hop Head Red

2 Brothers ‘Bitter End

Blue Point Pale Ale

Otter Creek QVH

Heavy Seas ‘Peg Leg’

Victory Hop Devil

Brew Dog ‘Isle of Aran’

Rogue ‘Chipotle’

Green Flash ‘Imperial IPA’

Old Slug

Pretty Things ‘St Boltophs’

Pretty Things ‘Fluffy White’

Southern Tier ‘Phin and Matts’

Flying Dog ‘Gonzo’

Defiant ‘IPA’

Heavy Seas ‘Holy Sheet’

Blue Point ‘Rasta Far Rye’

Blue Point ‘Oatmeal Stout’

Abita ‘Red’

Weyerbacher ‘Hops Infusion’

Schlafly ‘Belgian Pale Ale’

Schlafly ‘Export IPA’

Fullers ‘ESB’

Fullers ‘Pale Ale’

Williams Brothers  ‘Joker’ (Scotland)

Williams Brothers ‘Midnight’ (Scotland)

Williams Brothers ‘Scotch (Scotland)

Jolly Pumpkin ‘Bam Noir’

Bear Republic ‘Racer 5 & X’

Captain Lawrence ‘TBA’

Cask-conditioned beer, often referred to as ‘real ale’, is brewed from only traditional ingredients and allowed to mature naturally.
The unfiltered, unpasteurised beer still contains live yeast, which continues conditioning the beer in the cask (known as ‘secondary fermentation’); this process creates a gentle, natural CO2 carbonation and allows malt and hop flavours to develop, resulting in a richer tasting drink with more character than standard keg (‘brewery-conditioned’) beers.


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