Brewery Of The Week - 10% Off 6 Or More!

Having become renowned for brilliantly balanced session beers, over-the-top Stouts, ridiculously hoppy IPAs, and more recently out-of-this-world AF efforts, there's not much Northern Monk can't do. We've been starved of the good stuff from this riotous bunch for far too long now, so we've gone straight to the source to secure some exclusive Patrons Project specials, an OFS treat, and a few fridge essentials (with one more banger on the way next week).

Arguably the stand-out Low / No entry of last year, we're delighted to welcome back Holy Faith. Their twist on a favourite pushes traditional brewing techniques to the absolute extreme. Boasting a miraculously robust body, thanks to the addition of oats and maltodextrin, this has the silky mouthfeel synonymous with New England styles; while a touch of caramel malt brings some colour and sweetness to this juicy 0.5% Pale. Hopped with Citra, El Dorado and Simcoe there are fresh notes of lemongrass and citrus zest with a light peppery finish in this remarkably flavoured brew.

For those wanting to edge up the session pyramid, Striding Edge is the perfect all-day drinker. At just 2.8% sure it's light, but it's piney, fresh quality amounts to peak flavour after every last sip. Intent on offering up a little something for everyone GF great, Origin is a juicy, yet crisp IPA, not to be ignored. Meanwhile, we believe their latest British Culture Archive offering, Hanging Out On The Kings Road with cult favourites Drop Project and hop connoisseurs Hukins is simply unmissable. Utilising a relative newcomer to the British hops scene, Admiral (released in the late '90s), this brewing dream team combine for straight OJ goodness from start to finish. With Idaho 7 added for more pithy tangerine notes alongside zesty Amarillo this is a lip-smacking DDH IPA masquerading as unadulterated Vitamin C in a glass.

For those after something even more decadent, we also have a duo of primo Pastry Stouts in succulent support. Inspired by a Spanish dumpling dish similar to chocolate-covered French Toast, Torrijas A La Riojana features vanilla, cinnamon, and cacao atop a deeply malty base for bitter chocolate and spiced bready character upfront, rounded out by sweet, silky, warming indulgence. And, it's breakfast two ways with OFS063, the latest from their experimental small-batch series. A Canadian Imperial Pancake Stout we were sold on name alone. Though thankfully the flavours more than deliver with a big drizzle of maple character layered between a vanilla, brown sugar base with a flourish of fresh coffee beans for a balancing, roasty, finish.

Of course, we expect these beauties to fly out, but if you happen to snag them in time you can secure double loyalty points in-store on all their beers, or 10% off 6 or more on the Webshop. And, as a special treat, we have free Northern Monk glassware for the first dozen customers to cash in on online. It's an absolute no-brainer to try some experimental excellence...

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