Suffolk. It's flat and Adnams are there. And Aspall's cider, and Green King and some other stuff. If you're keen on a crash course history lesson, try the first Darkness album. You'll learn about ghost dogs, poor 'A' roads and heroin addiction.
In recent times, in addition to the excellent Adnams, Little Earth Beer have popped up and now, Burnt Mill. Based on a farm in idyllic countryside between Needham Market and Stowmarket, these guys are only a few months in and getting some notable fuss.
Sandwiched nicely between Wild Beer Co and Thornbridge - like a tasty piece of craft cheese - on November 15th, Charles O'Reilly, owner and founder of Burnt Mill, will be in the bar to talk philosophy, starting up a brewery in rural Suffolk and beer. We'll have 3 beers on draught, and a different 3 in cans which Charles will lead a tasting through from 7.30pm. No tickets, just rock up. We'll have space for around 15 folk... nae snoozin'.
Stack Yard - 3.8% Wheat Ale w/ Mosaic, Monroe & Enigma
Tulum - 4.8% Pineapple Gose
Layers - 8% Imperial Stout
Beer in..... can
Pintle - 4.3% Pale Ale
Green Path - 6% West Coast IPA
Eastview - 6.2% East Coast IPA