Seasonal Brews – Early 2022

We’ve got a tasty line up of seasonal ales to get 2022 kicked off to a good start!

Up first is Farmers Vanilla Stout, a guest appearance for this subtly vanilla flavoured Black & White Stout, perfect for those cold January Days with it’s nice warming flavours and just a hint of sweetness.

Available in cask & 5 litrte Mini Kegs, while stocks last.

Who doesn’t love a themed seasonal ale? Farmers Blushed has been brewed with the romantics in mind and will be available from the 31st January, just in time for it make an appearance on a bar near you for Valentines Day! A nice light ale, blushed with strawberries and a refreshing aftertaste – the perfect pint whether you’re on a date, out with a mate or enjoying a romantic meal for two!

Top O The Morning to Ya! Farmers Irish Dexter is full of malty sweetness and will be available to tickle the taste buds from the 21st February up until St Patrick’s Day! Grab yourself a pint from a pub near you or treat yourself to a 5 litre mini keg, ideal for sharing with a friend or two!

Putting a Spring into our step we’ll be brewing a Fruity number to celebrate lighter nights and warmer days. Farmers Plum Bitter will be available from the 14th March in cask & 5 litre Mini Kegs.

Farmers Plum Bitter

We’ve got an exciting brand new brew on the cards the #platinumjubilee – check back for further details coming soon!!

Farmers Blonde scoops another Industry Award!

Farmers Blonde has been awarded Bronze in the Cask Bitters & Pale Ales category at SIBA’s North East Independent Beer Regional Awards 2017.

The prestigious awards, run by the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) at the “B-Fest” Beer, Blues & Folk festival held at the Barbican Centre in York, are judged by brewers and beer experts and seen very much as the ‘brewers choice’ awards in the industry.

The competition is entered by breweries from the whole of Yorkshire, as well as Humberside, Cleveland, Durham, Tyne & Wear and Northumberland.

The “B-Fest” Beer, Blues & Folk Festival featured 200 of the region’s best independent beers, served through 40 rotating handpulls, alongside local craft cider, street food and live music from top local bands. The SIBA North East Region’s “Independent Beer Awards” were judged immediately before the festival opened its doors, locals were the first to try the best-of-the-best beers from the competition.