"Life's A Peach"-Burning Sky's Mark Tranter In Conversation With Chris Hall + Saison De Pêche launch!

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About the event

We're proud to be launching Burning Sky's must taste release Saison de Pêche with Burning Sky's Head brewer Mark Tranter. This special release was forged by ageing Saison Provision on whole yellow & white peaches for 3 months, described as "Delicious redolent fruit flavours married with our classic house acidity", yes we too are salivating! Nestled on an estate on the South Downs Burning Sky produce punchy hopped pales and the funkiest Belgian inspired beers in the U.K. Some would say that they are a brewery without the hype or fuss of those using cans and creating milkshake IPAs, but they are the name on the lips of authentic beer lovers. They have an unfettered ambition centred by a desire to create #WorldClass beer. They were one of the first craft breweries in the UK to install oak foudres for ageing beers in. The beginning of 2017 saw Burning Sky install a bespoke coolship in a restored barn on the estate. We saw the first fruits of their labour in 2018 as they marked their 5th birthday by releasing their first Coolship beer. Our own Wholsale Communications Manager and Beer Blogger Chris Hall will be hosting Mark Tranter on the mezzanine, to discuss the process behind the beer, the evolution of the brewery and what 2019 holds for a brewery which featured on almost everyone's 2018 golden pint list. This is a non-ticketed event, all are welcome! Talk kicks off at 7pm. Draft List Saison de Pêche Cuvee 2018 Arise Saison de Fete Sauvin Brut Easy Answers

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This page was last updated 11 Jan 2019 10:01.
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