Now we can!

Fresh draught beer in a can, delivered. The can seaming machine we ordered months ago has finally arrived, and after a little experimenting we are ready to get canning. Fresh draught beer and freshly made cocktails sealed in a hygienic, one-way, fully recyclable cans.

Which beers should we put on?

We need your help to decide what to put on first. We’ll probably start with two and see how that goes. So, simply pick two favourites and hit Submit.

The poll is now closed – here are the results:

What they say about their beers…

Cherry Crush, Black Cherry Sour, Brew Toon, Peterhead
“Cherry Crush blends together a variety of juicy cherries that creates a sharp sour resembling that of your favourite childhood ‘slushy’… We’ve conditioned this sour ale on extra cherries to crank up the juiciness, and added some milk sugar to balance the tart levels with some creamy goodness. ‘The crush is cold!'”

Day Shift, IPA, Fierce Beer, Dyce
“A classic hop forward, super hazy IPA. We use Mosaic and Citra hops in the whirlpool and to dry hop, so the beer is full of tropical and citrus notes, and has low bitterness. We also leave it unfiltered, so expect a full on juicy haze.”

Soundwave, Siren Craft Beer, Wokingham, Berkshire
“Welcome to tropical hop heaven. Soundwave is eminently drinkable, full of flavour and subtle with bitterness. Our most famous beer pours with an inviting haze, while big-hitting American hops deliver fruit notes in abundance and a trademark resinous finish.”

Apricot Session, Sour, Vault City,
“Little brother of our Apricot Sour apricots refermented on our mixed-fermentation sour base beer.”

Cape Sour, Fierce x Devils Peak
“The hazy IPA was kettle soured with our house culture, then bombarded with a blend of South African hops, freshly imported for this beer. A blend of Southern Passion, African Queen and Pacific Jade bring tropical and citrus notes with a little stonefruit. The low pH really accentuates the hop high-notes”

Hickey The Rake, Wylam Brewery
“A Limonata Pale… An Ultra Pale which emulates almost toxic levels of citrus zing. A nuclear sherbet dib-dab of lemon, lime and tropical pineapple.”

Blackcurrant Tart, Fierce
“This sour ale was brewed using the kettle souring technique. We add in both Blackcurrant Juice and Concentrate to produce berry and currant flavours with a nice tart finish.”