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Crossed Anchors Brewing
Crossed Anchors Brewing6 days ago
We are very proud to be the official #beer supplier for the 2021 #sidmouthfolkfestival and we love our new #beermats showing another way to order our great tasty beers with #qrcodes
#brewedinexmouth #supportlocal #greatbritishbeer #locallybrewed #lovebeer
Crossed Anchors Brewing
Crossed Anchors Brewing7 days ago
All smiles on @crossedanchorsbrewing brewery tour... come and see how we brew our beers whilst enjoying a pint or two.... every Thursday evening... see website for details
Crossed Anchors Brewing
Crossed Anchors Brewing7 days ago
🍻NEW SAISON BEER🍻

Presenting the latest addition to our CAB beer family- SUMMER SAISON.

This is a 6% fruity Saison. Full bodied, crisp, refreshing and perfect for the summer!

With its summery origins, thirst-quenching properties and fruity character, the saison ties in perfectly with the end of summer and start of autumn. In recent years more and more beer lovers have bought into this unusual beer style, due to its interesting flavours.

Saison, or occasionally referred to as farmhouse ale, originated in the French-speaking Wallonia region of Belgium. Saison is a highly carbonated pale ale, known for its dry, fruity, spicyness. It was historically brewed with low alcohol levels, but modern productions of the style have moderate to high levels of alcohol. Beyond this, the style leaves much room for interpretation. 

Beer brewers in the 18th century had not yet developed an effective cooling method. Summer temperatures made fermentation unreliable, so the predecessor of the current saison was brewed only in winter, and kept to drink in the summer. This style of beer is inherently seasonal - which is why it was named after the French word for ‘season’.

Enough about the history of it, go grab a pint @grapevinebrewhouse 🍻
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-history of the saison, beerwulf
Crossed Anchors Brewing
Crossed Anchors Brewing is at Sidmouth Devon.1 week ago
Sidmouth Devon
🍻SIDMOUTH FOLK
FESTIVAL 2021🍻

“Ear to the past, eye to the future”

We are EXTREMELY proud to announce that we are the OFFICIAL BEER SUPPLIER for the 2021 Sidmouth Folk Festival!

With everything that our County has been through, and the impact of Covid on our community- particularly on small businesses, it’s an absolute JOY and privilege to be part of something so iconic and so very much needed right now.

Folk music is in our blood and we hope those fortunate enough to be attending the festivities get to enjoy the music and our beer in the sunshine ☀️

The official website says:
‘A week-long celebration of music, dance and song in a stunning seaside location in East Devon.

A national treasure – a major cultural institution held every year in the first week of August since 1955 attracting tens of thousands of visitors.

A champion of folk traditions – with over 700 diverse events with a wide-ranging ‘something for everyone’ appeal.

An ear to the past and an eye on the future – established stars brush shoulders with emerging talent in major concerts, lively roots parties, small intimate sessions, ceilidhs, folk dancing, storytelling events, fun family entertainment, youth-centred sessions, hands-on workshops and spectacular dance displays.

A local focus on the best in South West crafts and the tastiest of local food and drink.’
-sidmouthfolkfestival.co.uk

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See you all tomorrow! 🎵 🍺
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Crossed Anchors Brewing
Crossed Anchors Brewing is at Crossed Anchors Brewery.1 week ago
Crossed Anchors Brewery
🍻NEW SAISON BEER🍻

Presenting the latest addition to our CAB beer family- SUMMER SAISON.

This is a 6% fruity Saison. Full bodied, crisp, refreshing and perfect for the summer!

With its summery origins, thirst-quenching properties and fruity character, the saison ties in perfectly with the end of summer and start of autumn. In recent years more and more beer lovers have bought into this unusual beer style, due to its interesting flavours.

Saison, or occasionally referred to as farmhouse ale, originated in the French-speaking Wallonia region of Belgium. Saison is a highly carbonated pale ale, known for its dry, fruity, spicyness. It was historically brewed with low alcohol levels, but modern productions of the style have moderate to high levels of alcohol. Beyond this, the style leaves much room for interpretation. 

Beer brewers in the 18th century had not yet developed an effective cooling method. Summer temperatures made fermentation unreliable, so the predecessor of the current saison was brewed only in winter, and kept to drink in the summer. This style of beer is inherently seasonal - which is why it was named after the French word for ‘season’.

Enough about the history of it, go grab a pint @grapevinebrewhouse 🍻
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-history of the saison, beerwulf