As the poster above suggests, on November 22nd we are being paid a visit by the most diverse brewery in the UK. To describe any brewery as 'the best' is too subjective, there are too many variables. Describing Thornbridge as the most diverse shouldn't get too many arguments. Take 2016, a year in which they first produced what is now the highly regarded Helles, Lukas and the ground breaking Serpent (a barrel aged Belgian golden ale blended with Cider lees aged in bourbon... which, incidentally, is tasting incredible now) and won not only Gold at the World Beer Cup, but also Silver, for their first BA sours; Days of Creation and Love Among the Ruins. Oh, and the ruinously drinkable IPA, Huck and a myriad of rotational cask beers, and numerous one off's in keg, and stalwarts such as Jaipur, Kipling etc etc. It's tricky to master one style, it's no exaggeration to say that Thornbridge have mastered most.
This is what will be on the board and in the fridges..
2yr old cask St Petersburg
Dry Hopped Jaipur
Baize (Mint Chocolate Stout)
Fika (Cold Brew Coffee Stout)
Melba (Peach IPA)
Prospero (Koln Style IPA - collab w/North Brewing)
Belgian Halcyon (Belgian IPA - aged for experimental purposes)
Bang Saray (Thai Spiced Pale Ale)
Galaxia (Pale Ale)
Cocoa Wonderland (Chocolate Porter)
Secale (Imperial Rye ESB)
Days of Creation
Love Among the Ruins
AND... if you're up for a tasting of some dangerously tasty winter beers, our pal over at Grunting Growler has Meghan Waites, Thornbridge Brand Ambassador in for a tasting on the 23rd and tickets are £10. Contact details at http://www.gruntinggrowler.com